A young lady who gave birth to 22 kids revealed she wants more babies in the future.
According to Daily Mail Christina Ozturk gave birth to her first child naturally when she was just 17 years old. After a couple of years, and the Russian-born 24-year-old woman presently has 22 children all with the help of surrogacy.
Subsequent to meeting her better half, Galip, 57, on a vacation in Georgia, which was her first foreign trip, the couple immediately decided that they going to have a huge family.
They now live in Batumi, where they have 16 live-in babysitters who assist them take care of their massive brood. Christina said she’s paid around $190k to surrogates to have her youngsters, which have all shown up in just 18 months.
Addressing Fabulous, the young lady said: “I’ve dreamed about this since childhood. My husband also dreamed about having a big, happy family. So after we met, we started to put our dream into action.
She further added: “Our romantic relationship has changed but then our whole lives have changed, not just the romantic part. I’m not sure if we will be the biggest family in the world, but we are planning to be the happiest family in the world for sure.”
She said she doesn’t feel like she’s missing anything by having babies with the help of surrogacy instead she said she is eager to have more babies in the future. Taking care of these 22 children at a time is expensive
Christina proceeded: “It costs about $4,800 to $5,800 per week for essentials for all the kids. Sometimes [the costs are] a little more, sometimes a bit less. The nannies are usually paid around $485 a week.
As per the Daily Mail, Christina and Galip were initially wanting to have one child every year. But, they understood their reproductive capacities wouldn’t be able to keep up with that thus they chose to go down the surrogacy route.
Christiana said: “The clinic in Batumi chooses surrogate mothers for us and takes full responsibility for the process. We are not personally acquainted with surrogate mothers and do not have direct contacts with them in order to avoid problems after pregnancy.”