Octo-Mom Nadya Suleman said she might have more children someday, as Good Morning America caught up with the mother-of-14 at her La Habra, California home on Tuesday.
"If I wanted to do it the traditional way and get married," she said, "That's like another chapter."
Suleman, looking slim, said she's reliant on projects with various media outlets to support her large family, though she "tries to limit it."
"I'm damned if I do and damned if I don't," she said, adding that her monthly help expenses -- which include four people assisting her on a daily basis -- add up to more than $10,000.
She said raising her children is a "day-by-day, hour-by-hour" task.
According to Suleman, she said she doesn't regret having all of her children, contradicting previous statements she made right here on RadarOnline.com. When asked if she had contemplated putting any of the children up for adoption, Suleman said "that's not appropriate for me.”