Octomom's New House: Tour Of 5,000 Sq Foot California Home (VIDEO)
on Oct 25, 2012 02:05 PM EDT
Octomom is bursting with joy since she has finally found a new place for her and her 14 kids to call home. Nadya Suleman showed off her new home in Palmdale, Calif., after her long search for a rental.
Suleman's previous home in La Habra was foreclosed and after months of searching, she luckily came across this 5,000-square-foot property.
The mother-of-14 is enjoying her new $2,500 per month home, telling RumorFix "I love the kitchen. Most of the time, I'm here barefoot and cooking."
The site also added that while receiving a tour of her home, Suleman was "the most relaxed we've ever seen the world's most famous mom."
Octomom, who is also a porn actress and stripper, said she needs another refrigerator due to the big group she has to feed. The 37-year-old mother also claimed she is finally financially secured, since her work in the adult entertainment industry has paid off.
According to the Daily Mail, Suleman bought new furniture for her new residence and she joked that it has not suffered like the furniture in her previous home.
"Nothing has been destroyed yet. My secret? No crayons, no markers allowed in the home," she said.
Suleman said she is putting her foot down with hopes of ending her children's antics, enforcing rules like no jumping in the living room, eating only at the table and the children cleaning up after themselves. They also have to make their own beds.
Octomom said she is mostly proud of the bedrooms her kids now have.
"No more mattresses on the floor. All the boys, six boys of the eight have their own beds - bunk beds," she said. "I've chosen to keep the plastic on in case of an accident. I've potty-trained all of them before three. They are so happy here."
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