Octomom Nadya Suleman Compares Her Kids to “Eight Pieces of Poop”

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Nadya Suleman — a.k.a. Octomom — is quickly discovering that it's not easy raising 14 kids on her own.

The 36-year-old hosted a 21-minute chat on UStream Sunday night, where Suleman shared some of her biggest parenting woes.

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"Is this easy? God, no! It's not easy at all! I'm not going to be trying to don any facade and say, 'Oh yeah, life is a piece of cake.' It's not. It's a piece of poop!" Suleman said. "Eight pieces of poop, all day long. But the rewards outweigh anything negative."

The California native — who began in-vitro fertilization treatments when she was just 21-years-old — also calls Noah, Maliyah, Isaiah, Nariyah, Jonah, Josiah, Jeremiah and Makai her "little miracles."

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"They reached all their developmental milestones early — earlier than all my others," Suleman gushed. "They were walking at about 1, and that's early for premature infants."

Suleman — who has six other children, all conceived through IVF — added that her 3-year-old octuplets are "so advanced" compared to most toddlers.

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"Most of them can count to 20 or longer. I'm trying my best, in every chance I get, to do little flashcards and to teach them," Suleman said. "It's all going very well."

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