Ever since California mom Nadya Suleman gave birth to octuplets on January 26, 2009, the world has been fascinated by her shocking story. Single and without visible means of financial support, Suleman had six other children at home, all of whom were conceived using costly IVF treatments. Here's the roundup of iVillage's coverage of this story:
- The Art of Octomom
Nadya Suleman is immortalized... in neon pink plastic.
- The Cost of Being Nadya Suleman
Our slideshow looks at the pricetag of conceiving and raising eight children—Nadya-style.
- She's a $uper Freak!
This mom doesn't mince words when it comes to Nadya and octo-mania.
- Why the Octuplet Story Is Bad for Infertile Women
Does Nadya Suleman cast women who seek fertility treatments—and the doctors who adminster them—in an unfair (and unflattering) light? This blogger thinks so.
- When Eight Really Isn't Enough
Having eight children is one thing. Taking care of them is something else entirely.
- Eight Babies at Once: A Fertility Controversy
A fertility expert answers questions about IVF, multiple births and the ethics of treatment.
- Opinions on the Octuplets: Our Users Speak Out
iVillagers had lots to say about Nadya and her children. This slideshow features quotes from our community.
- Octomom Looks Like Angelina Jolie
One blogger notices a suspicious resemblance.
- Woah, Baby!
When news of the octuplets first broke, the doctors celebrated. Here's the video from that day.