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and her ever-expanding brood of children have a new place to call home, according to People magazine.
The family is moving on up to a home in the town of La Habra in Orange County, California, and the new place is almost twice the size of her old house.
The house, which cost $564,900, was purchased for her by her father, Ed Doud
. The house is 2,500 square feet, with four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Until now, Suleman had been living with her mother, Angela Suleman
. However, that house has been under the threat of foreclosure, after falling more than $20,000 behind on mortgage payments.
Meanwhile, Nadya Suleman has also accepted free in-home nanny service from Angels in Waiting, a California-based child care charity. The nonprofit will be providing nurses that are around 24 hours a day, up to four or five nurses at a time, available to Suleman once the octuplets are brought home. Normally, a service like this would run about $135,000 bucks a month.
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