Mother of octublets

@jessi0887 (2792)
United States
February 12, 2009 9:48am CST
Just wanted to share that they said she has a website so i checked it out. Here is the link. http://thenadyasulemanfamily.com/
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@moneymommy (3419)
• United States
12 Feb 09
I am curious about that website. I was going to check it out but I keep forgetting to. Thanks for posting the link. Shes one crazy lady.
@jessi0887 (2792)
• United States
12 Feb 09
The only reason why i shared the link is you can comment on her page. These comments are sent to her. I have been hearing alot about her and alot of people dont like her. I dont know how to feel but i think she is just selfish.
@AJ1952Chats (2338)
• Anderson, Indiana
13 Feb 09
She wasn't setting out to have eight babies. In fact, she only had six embryos left, meaning that a couple of them must have split. She had always been implanted with more than one embryo and, except for the twins, each implantation resulted in one baby. This time, it looked as if seven embryos were on their way to becoming babies. She could have chosen some to be aborted but, obviously, didn't believe in abortion. Instead, she believed that, since all had taken and were developing, they must have been meant to be. She was simply going for one more pregnancy of one or two babies rather than have the remaining embryos tossed into the garbage. This would be the end of the embryos and the end of her pregnancies. Now, people are acting as if this was some kind of scheme to get rich from her babies, and the majority of people are turning on her. It really doesn't make much sense to me. A pregnancy isn't always predictable, and some turn out to be more costly than others. A married couple might be expecting to have your average (costwise and timewise) baby. Then, it's discovered that this will be a baby with special needs who will need government assistance. Would a doctor suggest to the parents to abort--and, even if he did, could society really hold it against the parents for wanting to give birth to this special child? Or, a couple might have a perfectly healthy child--and that child will get into some accident and will have to rely on some kind of government assistance. People shouldn't expect for this woman to have aborted most of her babies because they might prove to be costly. I'm familiar with her website, too. I wasn't able to donate much, but I was able to donate some. If everybody gave even as much as a dollar, it would take the edge off of things for this big family. The first six kids all seem to be happy, well-adjusted, and loved, and I don't believe that it will be any different for the final eight. These kids will be loved no matter what and will never feel truly poor!
@happymommy3 (2013)
• United States
12 Feb 09
Well thanks for sharing that. Obviously everyone has their opinions about this woman. Mine would be that I still don't understand why in the world someone would want more children especially being a single mother of 6 already. I only have 3 and think it's hard supporting them and I'm not even a single mother. Now she's asking for donations. It's not a surprise though but man, what must have been going through her mind thinking she wanted more kids.