Octo-Mom Nadya Suleman had high hopes her first two babies -- Noah and Isaiah -- were coming home Monday... but, those hopes were dashed Monday evening when officials at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center determined that Nadya's new home in La Habra was not quite ready for the babies arrival.
"I'm really upset about this. I really wanted to return to a normal life. I know the hospital is doing its best for the kids but I never asked for all of this. It just makes me sad and I'm going to do everything I can to get them back but I also need to please the hospital," Nadya told RadarOnline.com exclusively.
Hospital officials said the gas company still needed to inspect Nadya's new 2,500 square ft. home and CO-2 detectors needed to be installed before the babies would be released. Workers were completing various home improvement projects at the house. Officials at Kaiser, where the babies have been since their birth Jan. 26, said the babies should be going home soon but were not certain when.
Nadya spent the weekend purchasing items for the house and taking her kids to Disneyland.