Nadya Suleman Accepts Round-the-Clock Care
Nadya Suleman, aka Octomom, is spotted leaving a taping of the Dr. Phil Show on Monday (March 9) in Whittier, Calif.
At the taping of Dr. Phil that will air tomorrow and Wednesday, Suleman announced she would accept an offer from Angels in Waiting to help raise her 14 children. “Nadya realized that she had to make every effort to care for the octuplets as well as the six children at home in a way that proved that she understood the enormity and complexity of the task ahead, Dr. Phil said in a statement.
“The childcare will be completely transparent, so that Kaiser Permanente and Child Protective Services will see that Nadya is seriously committed to her family,” the statement went on to say. Angels in Waiting estimates that it will cost $135,000 a month to care 24 hours a day for Suleman‘s eight babies