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Octuplets' Grandma Calls Daughter 'a Little Misguided'

Octuplets Grandmother speaks out on Nadya Suleman
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Angela Suleman, the mother of Nadya, who gave birth to octuplets last month, is talking, once again, about her daughter. And like last time, it's not as supportive as you would expect a grandma to be. However, it is realistic: "Her dad and I have told her she has six beautiful children. Why do you want more?" she told PEOPLE in its new issue that will hit newsstands on Friday. "She is a good person but a little misguided." Apparently, she thinks Nadya is trying to compensate for not having any siblings. "She was always upset about not having brothers and sisters," she said. "[Nadya] really is a good mother... I love these kids... I've been taking care of them since the first one was born, but I need a rest. I need a rest." 14 little kids = no rest!