Nadya Suleman on her View appearance
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Oprah: Now I had heard something. I didn't see you on The View, but I heard that you said on The View that if you met somebody and they wanted to have children that having another child is not out of the realm of possibility for you. Is that true?

Nadya: You know what? At this point in my life, that is the furthest thing that I would ever even imagine. I cannot grow additional eyes or hands. I'm not an octopus. I can barely give them—nobody could, not two people, not four people even could give them—all the emotional, psychological and physical needs. You can't possibly. I live every single day every hour of the day with a tremendous amount of guilt. And I feel guilty when I hold the one or two and then that I can't be there for the others. And they're crying. And then I feel guilty. Look at the older ones. They all have different unique needs. And I'll live with this forever. But all I can do now is keep on going, keep moving. Keep on trying to be the most devoted mother I can be.

I was...no. That was a conversational thing, and I was thinking, "Oh, one thing in life is [that] uncertainty is certain." I can't say five years from now something won't be different or that something like that won't happen. Right now, at this moment? Absolutely not. That's the farthest thing from my mind. I couldn't even waste my energy thinking about something like that.
FROM: The Controversial Octuplet Mom Nadya Suleman
Published on April 20, 2010

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