The mom who gave birth to "nonuplets" earlier this year has said the babies get through a huge number of diapers a day... sometimes up to 100!

Halima Cisse from Mali gave birth to 5 girls and 4 boys on May 5th, meaning she broke a world record for the most babies born during one birth, taking the record from Nadya Suleman who was named the "Octomom."

The babies weighed between 500g and 1kg at birth and are currently in incubators at Ain Borja clinic in Casablanca, Morocco, and are reportedly doing well.


But, being a mom to 1 baby is tough, so being a mom to 9 babies has been really tough on twenty-six-year-old Halima. And even more surprising, the mom only found out she was having a whopping 9 kids while she was in labor as previous scans had revealed only 7 were to be expected.

"As the babies were coming out, there were. so many questions going through my mind," Halima said to the Daily Mail. "I was very aware of what was going on and it seemed as if there was an endless stream of babies coming out of me.

"My sister was holding my hand but all I could think about was how would I look after them and who was going to help me?"

But, she has a little more time to prepare for home life with her 9 babies as they aren't allowed home for another 2 months.

Already, the adorable little herd work through a whopping 6 liters of formula and 100 nappies every single day. Hamila loves to visit her newborns every day, living in a private room in the hospital, building a stronger bond every day.


And when the babies eventually leave the hospital, the babies, named Kadidia, Mohammed VI, Fatouma, Oumar, Hawa, Adama, Bah, Oumou, and El Hadji, will live with Halima, merchant sailor dad Kader Arby and 2-year-old sister Souba. One huge loving family.

But we definitely think this mom is a superhero, not ruling out having even more children in the future!

Speaking to the BBC after she gave birth, dad Kader said: "I'm very happy. My wife and the babies are doing well."

He added: "God gave us these children. He is the one to decide what will happen to them. I'm not worried about that. When the almighty does something, he knows why."

We wish Halima and her family the best of luck with their growing family!