Having six children to care for would give any mother sleepless nights. But that was before Nadya Suleman gave birth to octuplets in January - bringing the total number of her brood up to 14. 'He stayed a little longer because he needed to gain weight, hospital spokeswoman Socorro Serrano said. Despite the strain, and the controversy that greeted their birth, Miss Suleman is clearly delighted to have all eight of her babies home from hospital and tucked up in their cot. Isaiah, Noah, Nariah, Maliah, Macai and Jeremiah have since been joined by Josiah, who arrived home just too late to be in these exclusive pictures, and little Jonah. The six boys and two girls all share the middle name Angel. Jonah will have to go back to hospital for surgery on a cleft lip later in the year. The worlds first surviving octuplets were born by Caesarean section in California on January 26 after 33-year-old Miss Suleman, a single mother, had undergone IVF treatment. The children get free food and formula milk which alone costs nearly 1,400 a month, according to their mother. An army of nannies, paid for by the state, helps with the exhausting round-the-clock routine of feeds and nappy changes. Two nurses also visit her every day to provide additional support. Miss Suleman is said to have used money she made from media interest in the births to pay for her new 400,000 four-bedroom home in La Habra, California. She said she doesnt let the public scrutiny get to her, adding: 'I have to let go of what people think. I cant live like that. However, she is said to be in talks with Hollywood production companies interested in making a reality show about her growing family. Her lawyer, Jeff Czech, said: 'Like anyone else, she wants to be portrayed in a positive light and she feels she needs to do something to get her side out. 'The idea is generally to follow her and her family around when the babies get a little older. -Daily Mail