Suleman made headlines in January 2009 when she gave birth to octuplets.
Shortly after the birth of the octuplets, Suleman was labeled "Octomom" in the media.
Octomom became famous when she gave birth to the world's longest surviving set of octuplets on January 26, 2009.
She underwent heavy fertility treatments to become pregnant with the octuplets.
Many people speculate that the octuplets are Suleman's meal ticket and that the main reason she continued to have more babies was to make herself famous.
Octomom caught media attention after giving birth to octuplets in January, 2009.
The octuplets all survived, making it only the second successful live birth of octuplets in the United States.
The first question many people asked after Nadya Suleman's babies were born was, "what comes after octuplets?"
This means that a set of octuplets will be born extremely early and will be at high risk of having all the problems that go along with prematurity.
Of course, it is logistically easier for a mom of octuplets to simply bottle feed, since breastfeeding eight babies would take most, if not all, of each day.
Since one newborn can go through ten to fifteen diapers every day, octuplets could require up to 180 diaper changes each day.
After the octuplets become a bit older, mom and the nannies will have to try to get the kids into some type of routine.
Since children in daycare centers may not receive adequate attention and stimulation to develop fully, even more help would be needed for a set of octuplets.
With six children under the age of ten already at home, Suleman gave birth to octuplets in January, 2009.
Soon after the octuplets were born, rumors began to circulate that Octomom would be seeking a reality TV show along the same lines as the Gosselins of Jon and Kate Plus 8.
The show was a somewhat sensational look at the family, complete with footage from the frenzied hospital delivery room where the octuplets were born.
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