WPTV: Despite rumors, the first of the Southern California octuplets have not been cleared to go home.
Social workers say the family's new home is not yet a suitable living environment for the babies.
Octuplet mom Nadya Suleman told Web site Radaronline.com that the first two babies could have possibly been cleared to come home as early as Monday, but that didn't happen.
Social workers say the gas company still must inspect the La Habra house.
They also want carbon monoxide detectors installed before the first two octuplets are released.
Suleman hired a baby-proofing service to handle some of the household issues.
The child proofing company Boo Boo Busters has a long list of musts, from gating the stairs to placing bumper pads around a fireplace hearth.
Nurses from Kaiser Permanente came up with the list.
A hospital spokesman says there is no word when the healthiest babies will be released.
Safety experts say it will cost about $2500 to childproof the four bedroom/three bath house.
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