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Octuplets' Mom May Get New Nest For Brood

A house in La Habra, Calif., that Prudential Realty listing agent Mike Patel said was being purchased by Nadya Suleman's father Ed Doud, is photographed March 9, 2009. Suleman gave birth to octuplets on Jan. 26 after already having six other children.
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The mother of recently born octuplets may be moving to a new home and getting help to raise her brood.

Nadya Suleman's father Ed Doud is purchasing a $564,900 house in the city of La Habra in a deal is expected to close Friday, said Prudential Realty listing agent Mike Patel.

In a related development, television talk show host Dr. Phil McGraw said Monday that Suleman will accept a volunteer group's offer of nursing care for her children.

Suleman has been living in a Whittier home that is owned by her mother. But that property is being foreclosed on because the family is more than $20,000 behind in mortgage payments. Doud is divorced from her mother.

The 2,583-square-foot house in La Habra, about 20 miles east of Los Angeles, has four bedrooms, three baths and a large, fenced-in backyard. The master bedroom features a walk-in closet.

Nadya Suleman gave birth to octuplets on Jan. 26 after already having six other children.

Public sentiment on the birth took a sharp turn when it was learned all 14 of Suleman's children were conceived through in vitro fertilization, and Suleman is unemployed and single.

McGraw said in a statement that Suleman will accept childcare help from the nonprofit nursing group Angels in Waiting.

Suleman had previously said she wouldn't accept the group's offer to provide round-the-clock care because it would mean relocating to the mountain community of Lake Arrowhead, but a deal has been made to provide care at home, according to the statement.

Suleman is scheduled to appear on the "Dr. Phil" show Tuesday and Wednesday.