What OctoMom and I Have in Common

Published by Margaret Dilloway

Middle grade and women's fiction novelist. FIVE THINGS ABOUT AVA ANDREWS, (Balzer + Bray 2020); SUMMER OF A THOUSAND PIES. MOMOTARO: Xander and the Lost Island of Monsters (Disney Hyperion); TALE OF THE WARRIOR GEISHA and SISTERS OF HEART AND SNOW, out now from Putnam Books. HOW TO BE AN AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE was a finalist for the John Gardner fiction award. THE CARE AND HANDLING OF ROSES WITH THORNS is the 2013 Literary Tastes Best Women's Fiction Pick for the American Library Association. Mother of three children, wife to one, slave to a cat, and caretaker of the best overgrown teddy bear on Earth, Gatsby the Goldendoodle.

5 thoughts on “What OctoMom and I Have in Common

  1. I don’t know why you are so against the octomom having her own show on how to raise kids, i mean come on she has to be the best mom out there because she has so many!

    Seriously, I think people should pass some sort of test before they become parents. If they don’t pass they are automatically spayed or neutered.

    I’m looking forward to more of your parenting vlogs! I have a question for you, How do you keep a 2 year old from pitching a fit because she doesn’t get what she wants, more importantly, how do I keep myself from pitching a fit because I didn’t get what I want?

    Merry Christmas! I’m LOVING your American Housewife book. I just checked it out from the library, but I think It’ll have buy it so that it can be a permanent fixture in my house and so that you can feed your kids.

  2. That woman makes my brain hurt. If you watch her talk to anyone on television, you can clearly see she has mental issues which lead you to believe she couldn’t take care of a cat let alone a few dozen kids. They also need to throw that idiot doctor in jail…or make him pay for all those kids. The only reason she has made it this far is because the general public feels sorry for her children. Ridiculous.

    The End..

  3. When the hands are there, I watch them. I still listen to you, but I watch them. When they’re not, I wonder why you’re hardly moving. Blurry hands are entertaining.

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