As the world moves on following the South African Tembisa 10 saga, a mother who gave birth to nine babies on 5 May has revealed her bundle of joy using 100 nappies a day.
The 26-year-old Malian mother who delivered the nonuplets in a clinic in Casablanca, Morocco told Daily mail the babies consume six liters of milk a day.
Halima Cisse, who is now a mother of ten children, told the publication that she only found out she was having nine babies moments before the birth by caesarian.
“It was a shock when I found out I was having nine babies because I thought it was going to be seven,” she said.
“As the babies were coming out, there were so many questions going through my mind. I was very aware of what was going on and it seemed as if there was an endless stream of babies coming out of me.”
Cisse has broken the previous world record which was set by an American Mum, “Octomum” Nadya Suleman, who gave birth to eight babies who survived in 2009.
The overwhelmed mother, who spends most of her time sleeping and watching television, said her husband has not ruled out the possibility of having more children.
“We will see what happens. There might be more, but for now, we just want to get our babies back to Timbuktu where we want to raise them” she said.