And now it seems that Nadya "Octomom" Suleman’s little ones are spreading more holiday cheer, with "I’m Ready for Christmas." Billed as "The Roctuplets," the tykes have created both a music video, currently featured on their website, and a single set for release on iTunes Friday. The titular octuplets include Jonah, Noah, Josiah, Jeremiah, Makai, Maliah, Nariah and Isaiah, while Suleman’s other six children — Elijiah, Amerah, Joshua, Aidan, Calyssa and Caleb — round out the adorable ensemble. "My children wanted to do a song of their own when I was recording mine, and we thought, what a great idea and how fun for the kids," Suleman told HuffPost Celebrity’s Rob Shuter.
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