It’s bizarre to hear the woman who became famous for adding octuplets to a brood of six children talk about how she hates babies.
But I’m tired of being outraged over anything Nadya Suleman does. Even this.
Woman is straight up crazy. She is cruh-zazy.
In an interview with In Touch magazine, Suleman apparently made some horrible remarks about children- including her own.
Suleman yammered on about how out of control her children are and how tired she is of parenting. Well, DUH. Why does she think the world was so shocked that she decided to implant eight more embryos when she couldn’t even take care of the six children she already had?
Suleman tells In Touch, “I hate babies, they disgust me.” It isn’t just the babies though. Suleman isn’t really into her older children either. “My older six are animals, getting more and more out of control, because I have no time to properly discipline them.”
The single mom told the magazine that the only way she can cope is to lock herself in the bathroom and cry.
“Sometimes I sit there for hours and even eat my lunch sitting on the toilet floor. Anything to get peace and quiet,” she said.
BOO HOO. Why does she think the world was so outraged over her decision to implant a million embryos in the first place?
Suleman admits that her bank account is “overdrawn by $300 and I have no money to pay for the children’s school, food or the mortgage…Some days I have thought about killing myself. I cannot cope,” Suleman tells In Touch. She says of her kids, “Obviously, I love them – but I absolutely wish I had not had them.”
I cannot eke out even a single drop of sympathy for this woman. In fact, the only emotion I feel toward Suleman is anger. Anger that she brought eight little sweethearts into such a chaotic environment where they won’t get the proper care and loving upbringing that every human being deserves. Anger that she’s talking about them this way to a publication that probably paid her money that she’s going to blow on crap instead of paying her damn mortgage. I hope Child Protective Services is paying weekly visits to that household because there has to be some serious neglect going down.
It breaks my heart to think about all those children just banging around in that house with no attention from adults who love them. What about you? Can you sympathize with Octomom or, like me, do her actions continually outrage you?