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Originally posted by greeneyedleo
I would also strongly suggest everyone be very careful what comments you leave on her website. Let me refer to a thread I started:
Be careful what you post on line
[edit on 2/11/2009 by greeneyedleo]
Originally posted by Pinkarella
What I have not found out is how much money did she pay for the doctor in beverly hills? I want to know and where she is getting this money from? I wonder if the IRS is paying attention to this. I am sure they could get a piece of the income. And why for crying out loud her parents did not just stop this? She was living in their home did they not know she was going in for implantation. I just feel so sorry for those kids.
The women's ministry at Cavalry Chapel in Diamond Bar will be rounding up volunteers to help Nadya Suleman, 33, care for the newborns when the octuplets are released from the hospital, church pastor Rex Wolins said Wednesday. The volunteers also will help with Suleman's six other children.
The news comes days after reports emerged that Suleman had attended Cavalry Chapel in the past.
"She is going through a great difficult time in her life, filled with a lot of anxiety, fear and a lot of stress," Wolins said. "All the ladies in the women's ministry here are just trying to fill a need a human need."
Wolins said he didn't know Suleman before the media storm that followed her octuplets' birth, and hadn't heard about her connection to Cavalry Chapel until it surfaced in the news.
He has never seen Suleman, and to Wolins' knowledge, neither has anyone else at Cavalry
"We really don't know to any great degree (if she's been here before)," Wolins said. "We just know this person is extremely hurting ... and this church wants to take care of needs, whether she did or she didn't attend this church."
"People have been calling us from around the world trying to make donations," Killeen said. "We needed to provide a vehicle where people could write to the family or make donations because everyone wants to donate."
Originally posted by nixie_nox
I think we should put up a link to contribute money to have her tubes tied.