She bristled when asked about the children's biological father, saying she had no interest in either naming him or speaking about him.
"I don't want to talk about it," she said. "I don't talk about that. It was my choice, and that individual is not in their lives."
Off camera, Suleman said the man is aware that he is the father of all 14 of her children.
The babies are old enough to sit by themselves at a special children's table in the kitchen and are starting to learn how to climb out of their cribs.
The clan is already starting to outgrow the four-bedroom house they moved into in April. Suleman is working on a book telling her life story. If it sells well, she said, she may be able to buy a bigger house.
She said she is at peace with her life. She avoids going out in public and prefers spending time with her children at home.
Still, Suleman said last summer that she has had regrets.
"I screwed up my life, I screwed up my kids' lives," she told Radar Online in June. "I'm like, 'What the heck am I going to do?' I have to put on a strong facade, and I have to pretend like, 'Oh, I don't regret it.'"