I see being a mom like a business. It’s profitable for me,” 39-year-old-mother-of-19 says, as she reveals she’s pregnant with her 20th child

A 39-year-old woman who already has 19 children is about to welcome her twentieth – revealing that she doesn’t plan on stopping and sees motherhood as a business.

According to Daily Mail, Martha, from Medellin, Colombia, wants to continue having children until her body physically cannot conceive anymore – even if she doesn’t know who has fathered her brood.

Seventeen members of the giant family are under 18 years old, with Martha receiving financial support from her government for each child. “I see being a mom like a business, practically,’ Martha, who has conceived all of her kids with different men,” she said

However, the busy mom says because she has so many children, the money she receives barely covers the cost of raising and caring for them. “The truth is, as the government helps me for each child, I receive a little money for each one,” she explained. Martha said she gets the equivalent of $76 for her eldest children and around $30.50 for the youngest ones. It means that each month, the Colombian state pays her around $510 to care for her children.

Martha also receives help from the local church and her neighbors, accusing the absent fathers of her children as being ‘irresponsible.’ However, she admits life in the small three-bedroom house can be very challenging, with the eldest child having to sleep on the sofa.

Martha said she sometimes struggles to provide adequate meals for everyone on a limited budget. She said she will continue to have children until her ‘body doesn’t allow it,’ as her current crop will ‘leave home when they grow up.’  Despite having a staggering amount of children, Martha says she will continue to have more kids because it is ‘profitable’ for her


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