Octomom Nadya Suleman appears on the Oprah Winfrey Show today (April 20) and admits that having octuplets – on top of the six children she already had – was “childish.”
The 34-year-old mother of 4 daughters and 10 sons admits that she should’ve stopped at six:
[I was] caught-up in a childish desire to have more children” to compensate for being an only child. She adds, “[I was using the children to] fill a void.”
A crew from the show visited Suleman’s La Habra, Calif. home to get an idea of her daily life. There are three nannies to help during the day (not at night), grocery bills totalling $1,000 a week and one vehicle to transport all 14 kids around.
When Winfrey suggests that the children might be better cared for in adopted homes, Suleman said she will do everything in her power “to avoid that at all costs.” She also spoke of her feelings of shame since welcoming her eight kids: “I have been ashamed of myself for going through media outlets to take care of my children. I had never been interested in the media industry before having children.”
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