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Octuplet mom expects two babies to be home Monday

March 13, 2009 |  3:28 pm

Suleman Octuplet mother Nadya Suleman said two of her eight babies may be coming home as soon as Monday, according to her latest video blog posted on Radar Online.

Social workers from Kaiser Permanente Medical Center toured the house earlier this week, to determine whether the eight babies could live there. Officials at Kaiser, where the babies have been since their birth Jan. 26, did not immediately comment on whether the babies would be going home.

In the video, Suleman tours her new house, describing where her 14 children would sleep. As she speaks, the walls of the empty house glitter with the camera flashes from the paparazzi stationed outside. Squinting in the glare, Suleman issued an apology to her new neighbors.

"I never wanted this," she said. "I never thought there would be more than one baby. And I'm sorry. This is the last thing I ever wanted."

She also predicted that in a few weeks her neighbors could go back to life as usual: The media interest will fade, she said.

--Jessica Garrison

Photo: NBC

Previously on L.A. Now

Nadya Suleman's octuplets should stay in hospital a little longer, social workers decide

Hospital to inspect octuplets mother's home, might release two babies

Quiet La Habra bracing for octuplets mom

Octuplets' mother loses another publicist

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