By Lanford Beard
July 08, 2011 at 07:04 PM EDT

“Octomom” Nadya Suleman and nine of her children made their live television debut this morning on Today. As the children plowed through sets, crawled under host Ann Curry’s chair, and danced for the camera, Suleman admitted it’s not been an easy ride since she was thrust into the public eye. She admitted, “I do feel guilt,” especially in the wake of “hundreds of death threats” that caused severe panic attacks. Watch the clip below:

Suleman said she is almost finished writing a book, but don’t expect her to invade the Twittersphere any time soon. She claims she doesn’t have Internet and hasn’t watched TV in a decade. So what’s her plan for the future? “Own and accept the responsibilities and consequences of your choices.” As for her mixed feelings about the doctor who implanted her with eight embryos, she said, “I can’t waste my time and energy regretting anything.”

How did Suleman come off on TV? Did her children seem as “well behaved” as she insisted?

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