Naomi Watts Thinks The New Mom To Octuplets Is Insane!
Naomi, 40, just had her second son 8 weeks ago and says, "I love motherhood. I love being a mum. But too much. Too much! I don't know how she would do that. I have two under 2 years old and that is plenty!"
And if all this news about octuplets isn't enough read below how we will all contribute to feeding the little ones.
In recent news shortly after Nadya Suleman said on national TV that she's not on welfare, her publicist admitted to PEOPLE that the mother of octuplets gets $490 a month in food stamps and disability payments for three of her six older children.
When asked how that squared with Suleman, 33, telling Ann Curry on the Today show that she doesn't receive welfare, publicist Michael Furtney said, "She doesn't regard that as welfare, but as payments available to people with needs."
The revelation, brought to light by the Los Angeles Times, stoked concerns that Suleman, 33, will become a heavier drain on public assistance once her six new sons and two new daughters are sent home in a few weeks from Kaiser Permanente Bellflower Medical Center, where they were born Jan. 26.
They are the U.S.'s oldest surviving octuplets. The newspaper also reported that Kaiser has asked California's health plan for the poor, which is Medi-Cal, to cover the enormous cost of delivering the babies.