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Always know, with every passing year, my love for you continues to grow. #Four Years Old ❤ A post shared by Solomon Family (@nataliesuleman) on Sharing a small part of the little kids 9th birthday from two weeks ago.
I love you forever, I like you for always, as long as I’m living, my babies you’ll be. They had a wonderful time bouncing at Pump it Up again this year before several of us were stricken with the flu 😷 🤒.
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Suleman was implanted with 6 embryos via IVF (in-vitro fertilization).
An after-hours call to the Eyeworks office in Amsterdam went unanswered.
They divorced after her husband did not want her to try in-vitro fertilization. She had her first son in 2001, followed by a daughter in 2002, and four more children including a set of fraternal twins.
She later requested that six embryos be transferred into her uterus at one time.
Nadya Suleman’s birth of octuplets surprised the world. Seriously — how big would that pregnant belly need to be to have room for 8 babies?! The octuplets’ mom (aka Octomom) Nadya Suleman showed how she looked just over a week before giving birth on January 26, 2009. Nariyah Angel Solomon (girl) Together with her other 6 children (ages 8 and under), Suleman is now the single mom of 14 kids.
Here’s a front-view of Nadya Suleman’s heavily pregnant belly with an incredible people inside: And here, Nadya Suleman (aka Octomom) shows off her octuplets before birth in this side-view photo, taken at about 29 weeks of pregnancy. This bedtime tradition of holding, rocking, and expressing my unconditional love to each and every one of my children has carried on to these miraculous angles, since the day they were born (Maliyah repeats it to me and says, my mommy you’ll be 😩).