Octomom Frustrated, Wants Babies Home
Octomom Nadya Suleman is trying to pull the plug on her newborn octuplets' hospital stay.
Suleman is frustrated over doctors and social workers' refusal to release the first two of her babies from the hospital. According to the L.A. Times, Suleman told Radar.com that she hoped two of her sons would be coming home on Monday but that officials at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center decided to keep them for now.
"I'm really upset about this. I really wanted to return to a normal life," she said. "I know the hospital is doing its best for the kids, but I never asked them for all of this. It just makes me sad, and I'm going to do everything I can to get them back, but I also need to please the hospital."
Suleman said she spent seven hours at the hospital on Monday, saying that hospital officials wanted to make sure that she can properly feed the babies.
The two babies scheduled to go home are each 5 1/2 pounds and very healthy. Eventually, she plans to have all 14 of her children at the La Habra home. "Even when the babies are home, it's not going to sink in," she said.