Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Baby-Proofing Octomom's New Home

Two of Nadia Suleman's octuplets haven't been cleared to go home yet. Suleman's new home must first be baby-proofed. Social workers say the gas company still must inspect the La Habra house. They also want carbon monoxide detectors installed before the first two octuplets are released. Suleman hired a baby-proofing service to handle some of the household issues.

1 comment:

Catherine said...

When other parents take their kids home does this hospital require the same requirements? If not.. then it's not fair. Not saying the psycho shouldnt have to jump thru hoops..but I smell discrimination...