The Washington Times - March 10, 2009, 06:16AM

The Los Angeles Times is reporting that octuplets mom Nadya Suleman will receive 24-hour child care provided by the nonprofit group Angels in Waiting.

In addition, Suleman and her brood of 14 children will move into a house twice as big as their current one, thanks to her father’s purchase of a four-bedroom home in Orange County for her.


The hospital where her octuplets are being cared for is expected to release the babies to her within the next few weeks.

It looks like Suleman’s “plan” is coming together.  Who’d have thunk it?  Now all she has to do is figure out how to pay for food, clothing, transportation, utilities, medical care and insurance for the next 18 years.  Piece of cake.

Let’s see — four bedrooms and 14 kids.  Yep, that’ll work out fine.