A 26-year-old woman who is a mother to 22 children has opened up about her plans for the future.
Kristina Ozturk from Georgia is a young mom who welcomed as many as twenty children with her millionaire husband, 58-year-old Galip, in 2020.
While 21 of her 22 children were born via surrogate, the mother admitted she has no plans of slowing down on her goal to have over 100 biological kids.
Kristina’s mission, however, might have to wait for a while since her husband was earlier this year sentenced to eight years in prison over possession of drugs and psychotropic substances.
The young mom has since 2020 become a social media celebrity and maintained a strong internet presence where she shares pictures of her family and updates about her personal life.
“It would seem that everything about raising children has already been written, but every day every parent is looking for useful information to give only the best to their children,” she wrote back in February after writing her own book on motherhood.
“And I’m no exception. As a mother of twenty-two children, I can say for sure that there is no such thing as too much information: you can always find something new for yourself.
“After dozens, or even hundreds of articles, books, webinars and trainings, I decided to create my own book, where the most important information for young parents will be collected and structured bit by bit.”
Later, the mom-of-22 also opened up about her struggle as she admitted she has missed her husband a lot since he was jailed.
“It’s hard to talk about some household things or joys when all thoughts are far away and busy just waiting for my husband to come home to us,” she said.
In another post, she added: “The feeling of loneliness does not leave me even with such a large number of close people around.
“I’m used to my husband always being at home, always around. Since Galip has been working exclusively from home for the last few years, we spent time together constantly during the day. At night, when the children were put to bed, we chatted incessantly.
“If I went to Tbilisi or Istanbul, we chatted on the phone for hours, all night long.Now it’s more difficult than ever for me, I can’t stand silence, I can’t stand his absence, I can’t sleep and wake up alone, I can’t see his empty workplace… I can’t see his smile, I can’t hear his voice, I can’t feel his embrace.
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