There were frozen embryos left over after her previous pregnancies and her daughter didn't want them destroyed, so she decided to have more children.Oh, no,
don't waste an embryo!
Her mom has been helping out, but is now getting stressed out:
"It can't go on any longer," she said in a phone interview Friday. "She's got six children and no husband. I was brought up the traditional way. I firmly believe in marriage. But she didn't want to get married."But even if marriage is bad,
why haven't I heard of a dad?
Her mother told the Los Angeles Times all the children came from the same sperm donor but she declined to identify him.Sperm donors don't have to pay
for their offspring the old fashioned way.
Yolanda Garcia, 49, of Whittier, said she helped care for Nadya Suleman's autistic son three years ago.Ms. Garcia deftly inquired about the expenses involved:
"She told me that all of her kids were through in vitro, and I said 'Gosh, how can you afford that and go to school at the same time?'" she added. "And she said it's because she got paid for it." Garcia said she did not ask for details.Somehow I suspect that a great
part of that pay comes from the state.