Octopulet Mom may have mental health issues…

February 23, 2009

Really?  What gave that one away?

Sometimes, we have fun with the topic and other times it is spot on.  Now, would be the latter.

There has to be something wrong if you want a family that big, and please, I am not making fun of the Mormons, although they would make an easy target, since I spent a lot of time with them.  Come to think of it, if she was Morman, AT least we would know the babies would be taken care of, beceause the one thing that the Mormons have is a network of welfare that inusres their own are taken care of.

I got 99 problems and Oprah aint one...She is not a doctor, but her money could solve a lot of problems

I got 99 problems and Oprah aint one...She is not a doctor, but her money could solve a lot of problems

CHICAGO — The father of the California woman who recently gave birth to octuplets told Oprah Winfrey that he hopes people don’t punish his grandchildren for his daughter’s irresponsible behavior.

Ed Doud said in an interview taped Thursday for “The Oprah Winfrey Show” that the actions of his daughter, Nadya Suleman, and her doctor were “absolutely irresponsible.”

The doctor will have his calling, for medical malfeasance, and the mother will have to go to so many parent teacher conferences,  her head would will explode.  The children are just the innocent pawns of a very devious mother.

But he also issued a plea for the public’s help, according to excerpts of the interview released by Harpo Productions Inc.

“You know what? She needs help. I say to everybody now – people – we do need help,” Doud said.

“Do not punish my daughter for what she had done and do not punish the babies, because they were given by God.”

I would clarify the statement here to say that the Doctor, playing God made it possible for the mother to have that many babies.  But, the important part of the message is that the woman clearly needs physiological and psychological  help.

A California-based nonprofit called Angels in Waiting has offered Suleman round-the-clock care and a place to stay with her 14 children.

It would cost about $135,000 a month to provide the 12 caretakers necessary for the children, money that would have to come from public donations, founder Linda West Conforti said in Los Angeles.

The organization has the trained nursing personnel and experience in caring for very sick children, she said. The group, however, could only provide care for a limited time without the donations, she said.

Suleman, a 33-year-old single mother from Whittier, Calif., already had six children when she gave birth to octuplets in late January after undergoing in vitro fertilization.

She is unemployed and lives with her mother in a three-bedroom home. Property records show Suleman’s mother, Angela, owns the home and is $23,225 behind in her mortgage payments.

The house could be sold at auction beginning May 5.

Great, except you are not the one taking on the burden...

Great, except you are not the one taking on the burden...

Congratulations, you have officially bankrupted your parents with your actions.  You do not have a job and you have not finished your education, so how are you going to be able to support all the kids you have?  Great!  On the backs of others.  At least get out there and start hustling to pay for your kids.

In response to a question about whether he thinks his daughter is mentally stable, Doud said, “Now I’m no psychiatrist, but I question her mental situation.”

Doud said he hopes Suleman will finish her education and start working so she can help support the family.

The show is scheduled to air Tuesday.

Well GranDad, I hope it works out and she is not able to suck you and your savings dry.  Six children and then the audicity to have 8 more has to be a sign of mental instability.

Hopefully, she will listen. Plus, the box has been stretched out to unbelievable lengths.  Grab a board and tie it around your waist and hope you do not fall in...

Hopefully, she will listen. Plus, the box has been stretched out to unbelievable lengths. Grab a board and tie it around your waist and hope you do not fall in...

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