I believe all children are - are blessings from God. And to allocate that rule to a doctor - to - to dispose of a life is uncomprehensible to me.— Nadya Suleman
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What it gives any human being a right to - to pick and choose which embryo - which fetus is more valuable than another. That's is not up to human beings.
I think there are a lot of things in life that are not fair.
But life, I believe, isn't always perfect and idealistic.
I went through about seven years of trying.
And through artificial insemination. And through medication. And all of which was unsuccessful.
I have never thought of Angelina Jolie except the last time I saw one of her movies. I think that was years ago. It is so far away from the place I'm in right now to think of think of any celebrity.
That was always a dream of mine, to have a large family, a huge family.
I've chosen never to go on welfare. I feel as though it is my responsibility to do what I can to provide for my children.
The majority of people do not accept my choices.
I personally do not believe I'm irresponsible. Everything I do revolves around my children.
I'm providing myself to my children. I'm loving them unconditionally, accepting them unconditionally.
I'm not living off of any taxpayer money. If I am - if it's food stamps, it's a temporary resource.
What would possess a family where's there's a husband and wife to want 12 kids or 18 kids? That's just what they feel is meaningful to them. Their family. Expanding a family.
I do believe that children are all blessings from god.
And I feel it's all positive, it's positive experience. You know, I don't like to dwell on any of the negative. And - a lot of people do.
I was looking at myself, and acknowledged that I wasn't in love at all with him [husband]. I was in love with having children.
Are we defined by our choices? Our behavior? Our actions? No.
I don't believe that defines our worth.
I have no interest in being famous. I'd love to vanish from the public eye as soon as I can.
It's a very different bond, siblings and friends.
And I just - I wanted that huge family, just to surround me, be surrounded by.
My mom, we had a relationship. I knew she loved me. I always knew she loved me. But she didn't, openly or overtly, express, you know, affection and love. But I - I knew. I knew she did.
I am responsible. Yes, I have chosen to be single.
I don't believe I'm selfish in any way.
Reflecting back on my childhood, I know it wasn't functional.
I was very unconditionally loved and accepted, I felt, by my father.