And to think, she doesn't even have an Apu with a milk bag!! This woman is SCREWED! (although... not literally)


Please tell me you caught the show on NBC last night where Ann Curry interviewed the mother of the newly born Octuplets. Side note, I'm still having issues with seeing the headlines. Every time I see the word "Octuplets" my brain reads it as "Octopus" first. It's hilariously confusing for a moment and I'm laughing way more than I probably should over it.

Anyway back to Nadya, the mother of the newborns. Did you see the show? What did you think?

I'll tell you what I think. The woman is borderline nuts. I say borderline because full blown nuts is debatable.

The Good

  • The woman seems to be genuine about her love for children.
  • I can understand her desire to use all her embryos and not want to throw any away.
  • I think her genuine feelings about life were reinforced when she did not choose to do a selective reduction of the fetuses.
  • I completely agree with her thoughts when she said: "I'm providing myself to my children. I'm loving them unconditionally, accepting them unconditionally. Everything I do. I'll stop my life for them and be present with them and hold them and be with them. And how many parents do that? There are many that do, but there are many that don't. And that's unfortunate and THAT is selfish".

The Bad:

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