Octomom's New Home

Finally, some sanity from the Octomom: Nadya Suleman agreed yesterday to allow her 14 children to be visited by foster-care workers for at least 6 months. “Octo” will also transplant the family to a new abode: a 2,500 square-foot, 4-bedroom house not far from where her parents live in La Habra, California. Money for the new home is said to come both from her father and from donations she has raised in recent weeks.