HARFOLD, Vt. - Although the octuplets born to a mother in Vermont are doing "very, very well" and breathing on their own, the Denton clan is rife with sibling rivalry.
While mother Nora Denton (31) recuperates in Harfold Regional Hospital, she must decide by Tuesday whether or not to employ the services of Super Nanny. At the forefront of the infighting is Baby G who is accusing Baby F in the media of "sitting on my friggin' head for seven months."
The second spat surrounds Baby A and his proximity to the cervix which made him the first-born. Baby B is contending that Baby A elbowed him out of the way days before the Caesarean section. Said Baby B, "Bastard left bruises."
These dramas are, of course, unfolding while Denton's first three children (ages 4, 6 and 7) are home feeling liked chopped liver, sitting with their pissed-off grandmother who already doesn't want to take care of them, let alone eight new crybabies.