Eight IS ENOUGH! Fourteen is going to damn far!!!

January 30, 2009

One piece of advice my grandmother gave me was that after midnight, there is nothing good going on, so you don’t need to be out that late. As a kid, I always fought that and wanted to run the streets. As I got older, I wanted to go out less. The trouble in the streets began to not be worth the risk. After college, I concentrated on the non gangsterized clubs, and handling myself not as a total thug, but someone who wanted to avoid trouble.

That got me to thinking about this story in the news.

Dr. Harold Henry, right, a member of the octuplets’ delivery team at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Bellflower, leaves a news conference with neonatalogist Mandhir Gupta, left, and Karen Maples, chief of service for obstretics and gynecology. The doctors were peppered with questions about how the hospital handled the pregnancy. Hospital officials said the mother came to Kaiser already in her 12th week of pregnancy. They did not say where she received her fertility treatment.

Now, I know women who like babies. But this is beyond imagination. This young nameless woman (hereby nicknamed Grand Canyon or GC for short) who is LIVING WITH HER PARENTS ( ed. Note… I moved out a week after high school graduation, so I can be a little sensitive. But, damn girl, you are over thirty! I know things are bad with the economy and all, but get out on your own and be self sufficient. ) and having kids. If she was having them the ole fashioned way, then I would just say, wear a condom and that would be the end of that. But, she CHOSE to have more children and it was a conscious decisions and her parents were enablers.

(Lori Shepler / Los Angeles Times)

January 29, 2009

(CNN) — The mother of a woman who gave birth on Monday to octuplets said her daughter already has six children at home and was undergoing fertility treatment.

Dr. Karen Maples is part of the large team of doctors and nurses that helped deliver the octuplets.

The Los Angeles Times reported on Thursday that Angela Suleman said her daughter had the embryos implanted last year, resulting in the eight births.

“They all happened to take,” Suleman told the Times. “I looked at those babies. They are so tiny and so beautiful.”

The woman declined to have the number of embryos reduced when she discovered she was carrying multiples, the Times reported. The six older siblings range from ages 7 to 2, according to the newspaper.

Suleman said she was concerned about her daughter’s homecoming because her husband, a contract worker, is due to return to Iraq.

Damn… you worked your parents to the bone. According to some of the other reports that I have read, they wanted you to live in this house, while they lived in theirs. All the support that they have been giving you caused them to become broke and they had to file for bankruptcy, all to protect your family. I know that is what any parent would do, but to FORCE yours to do that is a damn shame… Also, my man has to go back to IRAQ to support your quest to become the first women in modern history to field her own football, and basketball teams…

In the meantime, the mother, who remains unidentified, appealed for privacy while she recovers from giving birth, medical officials said Thursday.

In her written statement delivered by Dr. Karen Maples of the Kaiser Permanente Bellflower Medical Center in California, the woman who delivered eight babies in five minutes said she would soon make public the details of her “miraculous experience.”

“We understand that you are all curious about the arrival of the octuplets, and we appreciate your respect for our family’s privacy,” she said.

“The babies continue to grow strong every day and make good progress. My family and I are ecstatic about all of their arrivals.”

“Needless to say, the eighth was a surprise to us all, but a blessing as well,” she added.

How is the other baby just going to be missing for 9 months and all of a sudden, he is just going to pop out and say, “SURPRISE!”

The six boys and two girls — ranging in weight from 1 pound, 8 ounces to 3 pounds, 4 ounces — are doing well following their Caesarean-section delivery at the Bellflower hospital, doctors said. They were born nine weeks premature.

Dr. Mandhir Gupta, a neonatalist, said all but one of the octuplets are now breathing on their own. That baby might be taken off breathing equipment Friday.

Caring for eight premature babies is a challenge. Duties are being shared by a large team of hospital nurses and doctors for the time being. Two nurses have been assigned to each child, and all the babies are receiving fluids, proteins and vitamins intravenously, Gupta said.

“We feed them. … We change diapers. … When they cry, we console them,” Gupta said. “When the mom comes and touches the babies, you can definitely see their expression on their faces and body. They are very happy.”

The babies, who are being referred to by letters of the alphabet, will remain in the hospital for at least seven more weeks.

Baby H made headlines for its surprise appearance during the delivery, which took months of preparation by a team of doctors, nurses and respiratory therapists.

The mother will not be able to hold her babies for another week, Gupta said. They are still fragile, developing intestines, he said.

Doctors initially thought the mother was pregnant with seven fetuses. She was hospitalized seven weeks ago and ordered to bed rest.

During the seven weeks, a team of 46 physicians, nurses and other staff members prepared for the births. When they started the delivery Monday, they were in for a surprise.

“After the seventh baby was born, we were taking a sigh of relief,” Maples said.

“It was a surprise of our life when we in fact discovered there was an eighth baby,” she said. “We never had an assignment for baby H nurse or baby H doctor. We just had to go on the fly and figure out what to do.”

“Baby G nurse stepped up. We handed off the baby to baby G nurse. She then delivered that last baby to the neonatologist of the baby F.”

“It was all wonderful because of the teamwork and the training we did before,” Maples said.

Only two things are open late at night seemingly… the drug den and this woman’s vagina. Yes, I know that sounds mean, but really?  Think about all the kids that are out there and have no home.  This woman thinks that it is responsible to have 14 kids and no job?  Forget that she doesn’t have a husband (ladies, before you get your panties in a bunch, I mean that either she is the dominant one, and therefore another wife, or she is the submissive one and husband applies) at home to help with, uhmm, like EVERYTHING!

But, can we stop for a moment after we think about the magic of science and drugs to factor that she ALREADY HAS SIX CHILDREN! This makes 14 mouths to feed. We here in the Too Old crew always make fun of getting money by saying ” I’ve got kids to feed!” when trying to get some from others. She really does have kids to feed and the cost will be a small army.

I know what you are thinking, Steve is about to become cynical again. Well, you would be right. The only reason that I can see for this to happen is that this woman wants attention and is using her body to get it.

I am only posing in this because I like the articles and I read them all the time!  Merry HO, I mean XMAS!

I am only posing in this because I like the articles and I read them all the time! Merry HOE-mas, I mean XMAS!

Man, I am really working hard here to make my millions. Wait, this thinking thing is pretty hard. I am just going to bend over and show my backside

No, not like that, but like this

Kate Irene Gosselin is one of five children.[1] She has three sisters and a brother. Jonathan Gosselin is the middle child of three boys. The couple met on October 5, 1997 at a picnic. They were married on June 12, 1999.

The Gosselin’s desire to start a family was met with infertility. Kate underwent medical testing and was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome. The couple turned to fertility treatments and immediately began intrauterine insemination.[2] By February 2000, Kate was pregnant with twins. On October 8, 2000, Cara Nicole and Madelyn “Mady” Kate Gosselin were born, six minutes apart.[3]

They began thinking of having another child and, according to Kate, a biracial infant of a teenage girl became available to adopt while Kate was an obstetrics nurse. They decided not to adopt the baby, but instead returned to fertility treatment.[3] By October, Kate was again pregnant. Five weeks later (after being hospitalized for over-stimulated ovaries), at the initial ultrasound, the doctor announced that there were six sacs with seven yolks (embryos). According to Kate, this was very emotional news for them. The doctor suggested selective reduction, but the couple was absolutely against doing so.[3]

The sextuplets were born on May 10, 2004 at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania. All six children were delivered within a span of three minutes with more than fifty doctors, nurses, and other specialists involved. Since the sextuplets were born in Hershey, they were called “Hershey Kisses” by the nurses and doctors who delivered them. In late 2008, the family moved from their Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania home to a larger residence in Wernersville, Pennsylvania in order to accommodate their large family.

Maybe this women Grand Canyon, is seeking fame and fortune for being known for having a loose vagina fertile reproductive system.

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