On Feb. 24, Radar Online posted video of a heated debate over the babies between Nadya and her mother.
"I will never understand," Angela said to her daughter about her decision to have in vitro. "You should have considered your other six children."
"You can't go back and alter the past. Done, done, done," Nadya replied.
In early March Suleman defended herself after a frantic 911 call she made when she thought she lost one of her six previous children.
Police in Whittier, Calif., say they responded eight times to emergency calls from the Suleman family.
Suleman moved out of her parents house in early March and into a larger one in La Habra, Calif. She told Radar Online she put the down payment on the home herself.
The non-profit nursing service Angels in Waiting offered to provide around-the-clock nurses to help Suleman care for the children, but there were problems from the beginning, according to reports.
A nurse who had been helping provide care for some of the octopulets said on the "Dr. Phil Show" that Suleman seemed more interested in publicity than her children .
"This woman does not care for these kids, that's my honest opinion," said Linda West-Conforti, the founder of Angels in Waiting.
Suleman fired Angels in Waiting accusing the group of being unprofessional, spying on her and reporting her to child welfare officials.
Suleman told Radar Online she nearly called police to file a restraining order aginst the group. In the video, she described a bizarre scene where an Angels in Waiting worker opened her purse and said how easy it would be to stuff one of her babies in there and abduct it.
Just days after West-Conforti claimed Suleman did not care for her children, Victor Munoz, Suleman's publicist, told Usmagazine.com she was "nuts."
"It just got to be too much," Munoz said. "Nadya got real greedy. This woman is nuts."
Suleman's first publicist, Joann Killeen, also stepped aside.
Back in February, Nadya's father Ed Doud answer one psychiatrist's claims about Nadya.
In the latest drama, Suleman has applied to trademark "Octomom", the nickname many media outlets gave her.
According to the two applications her lawyers filed in early April with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Suleman plans to sells Octomom-brand dresses, pants, shirts, as well as cloth and disposable diapers.
She has also talked about filming a reality TV show or documentary that would follow the octuplets growing up.
Taking care of 14 children is not only expensive but emotional and physically draining.
Octomom had to once again defend her parenting skills after the release of a frantic 911 call in which she threatened to kill herself by saying she merely got "a little anxious" when she couldn't find one of her children.
But on the 911 tapes, the voice on the other end of the phone sounds more than a little anxious.
"Please God help me," she said in an October call when, pregnant with the octuplets. She couldn't find her 5-year-old son. "Oh God, I am going to kill myself. Oh God. I'm going to kill myself. I am going to kill myself."