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She was the first woman in history who gave birth to octuplets. You will remain breathless when you see how they look like and how many survived … Amazing

Remember the mother who gave birth to octuplets in 2009? Before Octuplet she had another six children who lived with her. See what’s happening with them today and to thrive.

Natali Sulman in 2009 gave birth to octuplets, what was shocking news for America because it was before that happened only once. All babies are born live.

Natalie’s doctor, Dr. Kamrava, implanted 12 embryos in her uterus,for which later lost his license. Mainly transplanted 2-3 embryos..

At that time, Natali, who was divorced, had six children who lived with her.

The names of its Octuplet are: Noah, Mali, Isaiah, Naria, John, Makai, Josiah and Jeremiah.

Natali is resolved to fight for its 14 toddlers. She was planning to return to school herself financially provide for their children, without the help of the public.

I know that I will be able all to give them when I finish school. If I just sit and watch TV, doing nothing to provide a better future for their children, I’d consider that selfish. “- she explained.

Natali several times appeared in public in order to achieve financial gain, and signed a contract on their own reality show. Unfortunately, the show was never filmed.

You must admit that is beautiful to watch these octuplets to grow before your eyes!

Do you think you have aged?

Recently octuplets celebrated his eighth birthday and it seems that the fine progress!

They have to spend their days eating vegan pizza and cake and spend time in kindergarten.

Natalie now lives in a small house with three bedrooms near Los Angeles with fourteen children.

Having a child is a very big challenge, but we believe that is Natali now easier when the children are a little grown up and become more responsible.

Not to mention that there is no need for changing nappies.

We are pleased that her family is going well and that is all right with them!

 

 

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