Octomom” Nadya Suleman, who has a total of 14 kids, posted a heartfelt tribute on Instagram on January 27 to mark the 13th birthdays of her 8-year-old kids. She captioned the picture, “Happy 13th birthday to Nariyah, Isaiah, Maliyah, Jeremiah, Noah, Josiah, Jonah, and Makai.”
The 46-year-old commended her children, saying, “You are developing into one of the nicest, humblest, appreciative, and loving persons I have ever met.” In particular in our society today, “each youngster bears distinctive and unique qualities, unlike any other child of his age. You are a God-follower who is selfless, loving, and unattached to material things.
Suleman is well-known for using IVF to give birth to eight children in 2009, gaining the moniker “Octomom.” The fact that Suleman had six children at home definitely raised heads, despite the fact that the birth of eight children 13 years earlier made this family renowned. Suleman, then 21 and divorced, founded VIF in 1997 with the $165,000 compensation she had been awarded for a work-related accident.
She got pregnant five times, once with fraternal twins, before Dr. Michael Kamrava’s specialist physician transferred 12 embryos into her in one go. However, Suleman gave birth to the octuplets at 31 weeks in 2009, with 46 doctors and nurses on duty to perform ᴛʜᴇ C-sᴇᴄᴛɪᴏɴ. Six boys and two girls weighing 1 lb. 8 oz. and 3 lbs. 4 oz is a successful birth. The two brothers became the longest set of eight children born in the US.
The California State University alumna Fullerton added that her kids were vegan at the time, ate in shifts, and alternated who got to sleep on the couch. My last pregnancy destroyed my back,” Suleman added, adding that her years of half-marathon running had exacerbated her ailments. “I have a spiritual trauma that cannot be fixed. I also suffer from peripheral neuropathy. My right foot’s toes haven’t been felt for years, and my fingers get numb every day.
Now, she’s celebrated her 8 children’s 13th birthday with an adorable snap. These days, she loves to cook with her kids in the kitchen. At Christmas, two of her eight children, Noah and Nariyah, earned the title of head chef and served “the best Christmas dinner,” her mother praised. On the menu are vegan meatloaf and meatballs; mac and cheese; mashed potatoes and gravy; some vegetarian dishes; vegan croissants and many other dishes. At the time, Suleman wrote that she