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When Nadya Suleman gave birth to her octuplets on Jan. 26, the mom of 14 described the newest arrivals as "a miracle." In fact, in an interview with NBC's Ann Curry, she cooed as any new mother would. "They're so beautiful, and they're so healthy," she said. "Very healthy and thriving and just active."
But unlike most new mothers, Nadya has become a source of public debate -- and outrage. "I feel as though I've been under the microscope because I chose this unconventional life," says Nadya, 33, in response to allegations that, as an unemployed single mom with six children already at home, she is unfit to raise eight more babies.
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