History-Making Octomum Regrets Giving Birth To Octuplets

by Aruna on  September 1, 2009 at 12:53 PM Women Health News   - G J E 4
History-Making Octomum Regrets Giving Birth To Octuplets
Reports say Nadya Suleman, the mother of the world's longest-surviving octuplets, has called giving birth to eight babies a 'mistake'.

The single, unemployed mother, who added to her previous lot of six kids after undergoing in-vitro fertilization, confessed becoming a history-making mum earlier this year was a blunder.

"I think having eight was a mistake in terms of the well-being of all the kids," the Daily Express quoted her as saying.

The 33-year-old also alleged that she was living like a recluse in her suburban Los Angeles family home and that she and her family were being treated like "freaks".

She said: "Every time we go out we are mobbed by gawpers and bullies. We get crazy reactions, from mild ones like neighbors snickering to dangerous ones.

"I've had very nasty threats and my car has been vandalized."

Source: ANI

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Communities are supposed to be supporting of each of its members, what have we become when a family with 14 young lives is ridiculed & harassed. What has happened to the belief in neighbourhood care & that "no man is an island?"

I wish that I lived near Nadia & her beautiful children & that she would give me the privilege of being part of their lives, these children would benefit greatly from constructive, loving input from genuine human beings.

It would be awesome if Nadia & her family could find comfort in the knowledge that God is supreme & that the choices that she has made was obviously part of her destiny. I hope that she will continue to be courageous & that caring people will enter their lives & contribute to their needed wellness. May God bless them

Justpeachy Thursday, September 24, 2009
I think people and the news media should just leave Nadia and her family alone. What's done is done and the children should not suffer for their birth. They didn't ask to be born. Granted Nadia needs alot of help, but for the children themselves. If I lived in the area, I would gladly help her care for these beautiful little lives. All lives are precious and need love. I wish the children the best and hope Nadia finds it in her heart to give all 14 of her children all the love she has, they were given to her for a reason. Maybe to some this is a mistake, but if it was not meant to happen, it wouldn't have.
jem45 Sunday, September 6, 2009

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