36-Year-Old Woman Who has Been Married for 10 Years and Given Birth to 11 Kids Spends N380k on Food

36-Year-Old Woman Who has Been Married for 10 Years and Given Birth to 11 Kids Spends N380k on Food

- Courtney Rogers and her husband Chris have been married for 10 years and have 11 children

- The lady said she plans to give birth to 14 children before she puts a stop to child bearing

- Courtney and her husband Chris spend $1,000 (N380,000) on food alone

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Thirty-six-year-old Courtney Rogers has been married for 10 years and given birth to 11 children. Two of her kids are twins.

36-Year-Old Woman Who has Been Married for 10 Years and Given Birth to 11 Kids Spends N380k on Food
To give her children enough attention, Courtney homeschools all of them. Photos: PA Real Life.
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With her 11th child born half a year ago, Courtney revealed that she targets to give birth to 14 before putting a stop, as reported by Daily Mail.

Currently, the couple has six sons and five daughters namely Clint, Clay, Cade, Callie, Cash, twins Colt and Case, Calena, Caydie, Coralee, and Caris.

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The eldest is 11, the twins are five years old, while the youngest is six months.

A report by The Sun indicates that Chris and Courtney spend $1,000 (N380,000) on food alone and move around in a 15-seater van, yet they still intend to add three more children.

To give enough attention to their children's education, they homeschool the brood on their 12-acre piece of land that doubles up as their farm.

She said:

"The people who ask how I can give all my kids enough attention are usually those who send their kids off to school. I do not understand their logic when I am around my kids 24 hours a day."

According to her, homeschooling makes it easy for every lesson to be adapted, which also comes with a break where the children run around the compound and feed the animals on their farm.

In church, Courtney teaches Sunday School where she reveals that she has since got used to having many children queuing for her attention even when she is busy changing diapers.

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The young mother, who admits to loving the feeling of being pregnant, has never suffered from morning sickness and always looks forward to giving birth.

In her words:

"We want to have more if we can. We want to have 12 children, a family of 14 even."

As much as Courtney is not a fan of birth control, she explained that it is not due to religion, the same way some women dislike being on pills.

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