Would you offer to organize Nadya Suleman's home, schedule and life?
NBC Los Angeles is commenting on the disorganization inside so-called Octo-Mom Nadya Suleman's home in Whitter. Suleman appeared recently with host Ann Currie on the Today show, surrounded by formal dining chairs, warm walls, a clear coffee table and a clutter-free floor. Putting her best foot forward initially, the comfortable suburban Los Angeles surroundings seen in the Today Show video couldn't be any further from reality.
As the pressure mounts around her life, mother-of-14 Suleman has given up a good share of her privacy and opened her doors to what's really happening inside her home. NBC Los Angeles reports that the clutter discovered throughout the house probably isn't unlike what is hiding inside most homes, especially the ones with children.
"RadarOnline's video shows floors cluttered with piles of clothing and toys. There are unscrubbed scribbles on a door and walls, and what appears to be the return air vent for the heating system has tape all around it, evidently to hold it to the wall."
"Does anyone really expect there to be no unpicked up clutter in a house with six kids? Three kids? One crayon-toting toddler?
"No, the glimpse inside the Suleman home shows about what you'd expect to see in the homes of any number of families not in the media's bullseye. But as the 33-year-old single mother herself has acknowledged to TV psychologist Phil McGraw and others in her growing list of media interviews, she realizes the house as is is not adequate to accommodate the octuplets who will soon be mature enough to be leaving the hospital."
Is her home fit for 14 children? What would you do? Is her home's lack of systems, no storage, and clutter any of our business? The hospital has told ordered Suleman to clean, organize and improve living conditions before she can take her babies home. Perhaps she needs a visit from Niecy Nash and Clean House for some tough love. But is a professional organizer and interior designer enough?
Check out the RadarOnline video and come back here and share your comments.
Readers-- If you had an opportunity to help organize Nadya Suleman's home and busy schedule, would you?
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