Having children might seem daunting to some people but for one young woman, it’s her goal to have as many kids as possible in this lifetime of hers.
Meet 26-year-old Christina Ozturk who is just 26 but has 22 children with her husband Galip that’s 58. The pair have a beautiful bond together and they claim to be madly in love. Moreover, they share the same interests and that includes their love for kids.
The pair were only able to have one child through a natural delivery and the rest have arisen through surrogacy. And the fact that her husband is a rich and successful business owner, she feels there is no point stopping from expanding her brood, anytime soon.
This couple lives with their massive family in a stunning luxe mansion that’s located in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. The coastal town is beautiful and according to them, life is as perfect as can be.
A few years back, this same couple got plenty of media attention when they announced how they wanted to have 105 kids. While people honestly thought they were joking, they’re very serious and are making headlines again alongside this front.
“The goal is to strike 100. I love all of my kids and we are blessed to have the means to take on additional house help that helps us too. It’s a beautiful feeling and we are just excited about what the future brings forward”- she continued.
But her recent calls for having more kids are facing plenty of criticism where a lot of people feel this couple is delusional and that they would never be able to give their 100 kids the kind of care and attention a normal parent would.
Others felt they were misusing their rights of being privileged and how their children would suffer while growing up because the thought process behind all of this sounds unrealistic to some.
But Christina wrote on social media how other’s opinions rarely matter to her and her man anymore.
They put in all the effort necessary to raise their kids in a happy, healthy, honest, and fulfilling manner.And while taking on the responsibility of bringing in more kids is certainly worrisome, they’re ready and able to take on the new challenge.
What do you think?