LA HABRA, Calif. (AP) - The world's longest surviving octuplets are celebrating their first birthday at their California home.
The eight babies were born a year ago Tuesday. Paparazzi mobbed
mom Nadya Suleman's car when she brought them home from the hospital.
Three of the octuplets peered out of the windows Tuesday at a handful of photographers. A woman brought eight balloons and a
large bag of presents earlier in the day.
Suleman's attorney, Jeff Czech, says she celebrated with a quiet party with her octuplets, her six older children, and other family members on Sunday.
Czech says one of the octuplets is walking.
He says Suleman, who is single and unemployed, feels her family is starting to outgrow the four-bedroom house in Orange County.
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