I can’t go one day without hearing something about “octoself”, so I rarely write about her on my blog! And if you don’t know why I’m calling Nadya Suleman “octoself “ you must not be paying much attention to the constant barrage of reports about her! This is no “octomom“!
In order to be a mom,you must provide the basic needs for your child.That would be food,shelter,safety,security,&love! From the constant throngs of media that surrounds these premature babies,I don’t see how they could possibly feel safe & secure with this mother! Doesn’t Nadya Suleman know that premature babies are more sensitive to noise than full term babies? How is all of this media coverage good for anyone but Nadya Suleman?She is the only one benefiting from all of this!
And that’s what everyone that has ever been in the proximity of Nadya Suleman is saying. “Angels In Waiting”,Angela Suleman,Dr. Phil,& Gloria Allred have all observed how self-absorbed this woman is! The attention & care that these precious babies need is not the first thing that’s on Nadya’s mind.All she cares about is preserving her place in the media spotlight.There is no “octomom“! That title is too good for Nadya Suleman. “Octoself” is much more fitting!
Here’s what one of the nannies that Nadya Suleman fired has to say,as reported by ABC News:
A nurse who had been helping provide care for some of Nadya Suleman’s octuplets said today that Suleman appeared disinterested in her children.
Linda West-Conforti, the founder of Angels in Waiting, said today on the “Dr. Phil Show” that Suleman did not care about her children, only voluntarily fed them when a film crew was there, and spent too much time away from home.
“This woman does not care for these kids, that’s my honest opinion,” she said.
Earlier this week, Suleman fired Angels in Waiting, a nonprofit group of nurses that helped care for her children, accusing the group of being unprofessional, spying on her and reporting her to child welfare officials.
Suleman’s attorney, Jeff Czech, said today on “Dr. Phil” that Suleman will have her nannies trained by nurses from the Kaiser Permanente Bellflower Medical Center, where the octuplets were born on Jan. 26.
Four of the eight infants have been discharged from the hospital, according to Kaiser Permanente, and brought home amid a throng of reporters and onlookers.
“There has not been a step down in care in this household,” Czech said, adding, “Nadya is a very good mother, a very caring mother.”(End of Excerpt) Read the whole story here.
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