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Octomom Nadya Suleman has reportedly replaced her free child care, nurses from the organization Angels in Waiting, with her own paid nannies, ostensibly over lingering bad feelings connected to Gloria Allred (who called Child Protective Services on her a few months back).

 

Angels in Waiting were to provide around-the-clock nursing services to help out the mother of 14 when her new octuplets all arrived home.

 

Initially, Nadya seemed ready to accept any help sent her way in light of the burden 14 children can bring on a single mother.

 

"Nadya realized that she had to make every effort to care for the octuplets as well as the 6 children at home in a way that proved that she understood the enormity and complexity of the task ahead," Dr. Phil McGraw said when the Angels plan was first revealed. "The plan in place, which could not have happened without attorney Gloria Allred and Angels in Waiting, affords all of the Suleman children a chance to grow and thrive. The childcare will be completely transparent, so that Kaiser Permanente and Child Protective Services will see that Nadya is seriously committed to her family."

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