After all her moaning and groaning Octopussy was finally allowed to bring to her new four-bedroom home the first two of her eight newborns, who will share the house with her six other kids.
Isaiah and Noah were the first to make the journey home on Tuesday night. The rest of the litter will come home two at a time.
When Nadya finally arrived at her La Habra home in California with the two kiddies, it was nothing short of a spectacle with several onlookers and too many paparazzi on site.
And if you're wondering why they were finally released, it turns out that after several home visits, Kaiser Permanente Bellflower Medical Center did determine that Octo-Mom had a safe house along with sufficient child care support and supplies to take care of the first two.
Check out the clip above for the disturbing images of Octo-Mom and the kids being swarmed around the car and upon her arrival.