TEEN Mom star Cheyenne Floyd has dropped a baby number three bombshell in a new Instagram Story post.
Instagram/cheynotshyCheyenne Floyd dropped a baby number three bombshell in a new Instagram Story post on Monday[/caption]
bankrollchau/InstagramThe Teen Mom OG alum recently married the father of her son, and second child, Zach Davis[/caption]
Cheyenne, 30, posted a photo holding her daughter Ryder, five, and her one-year-old son Ace on Monday.
Apparently suffering from baby fever, Cheyenne captioned the post: “I keep looking at them and thinking… I could have one more.”
She also linked the photo back to a new post that included two additional snapshots of the trio.
In the photos, Cheyenne donned a neutral-tone tracksuit while Ace wore a similar, albeit hooded, white tracksuit.
Ryder stood out from the crowd in a floral-printed, long-sleeved top and black pants.
The Teen Mom: The Next Chapter star captioned the family photos: “my babies,” as fans rushed to the comment section to remark on the heartwarming pics.
One person wrote: “The way that Ace is a mix of both of you two! and Ryder is like a copy of you!.”
Another fan commented: “Ryder grew a whole foot,” to which Cheyenne responded: “Omg she’s so tall.”
A third commenter stated: “I always thought Ryder looked like Cory but she has definitely grown up to look just like you!”
While a fourth fan wrote: “Beautiful babies and love your sons hair.”
Last month, Cheyenne and her co-hosts, Shanan Cablayan and R KyleLynn Floyd, chatted about their preferred birth control methods and thoughts about expanding their families during their Think Loud Crew podcast.
The conversation prompted Cheyenne to speak about her and Zach’s desires to adopt a child, admitting they’d already started researching.
“We’ve talked about adopting when Ace is closer to Ryder’s age now, but adopting an older child…we’ve talked about adopting someone in between the age of seven to 15,” the TV personality confessed, mentioning the pair’s one-year-old son and her five-year-old daughter with her ex Cory.
She then explained that they’ve been proactive about their efforts now, considering the lengthy process it usually takes to adopt a child.
“And we’ve started doing our research because sometimes adoptions can take years depending on the case, or the age, or the circumstances,” the mom of two explained.
“So, we started doing research, reaching out to different agencies, just figuring out how it could work,” Cheyenne added, clarifying that the newlyweds are “definitely not planning on having another biological child.”
Additionally, the reality TV star revealed the couple is taking the move seriously and does not want to adopt a child with a “sexual abuse or sexual background” to “protect” their two young kids.
“That’s why we got a house with an extra bedroom,” the TV star confessed. “The intention is that one day the upstairs bedroom would be for another child.”
Despite Cheyenne and Zach’s big plans, the pair haven’t fully blended their lives – at least regarding their finances.
The U.S. Sun exclusively obtained the mortgage deed to their new home that lists Cheyenne as “single” despite her wedding to Zach weeks prior.
The deed dated October 13, 2022, reads: “Borrower is Krystin Cheyenne Floyd, a single woman.”
Cheyenne and Zach’s extravagant nuptials were filmed for Teen Mom: The Next Chapter with many of their castmates in attendance.
The U.S. Sun is unable to verify when the young parents filed for a marriage license in California, as the records are sealed.
According to the deed, Cheyenne took out a home loan in the amount of $1,590,500 and closed on October 13, 2022.
The official purchase price for the house was $1,988,519.
Instagram/cheynotshyCheyenne revealed that she could imagine having ‘one more’ child after posting a photo of herself with her daughter Ryder and son Ace[/caption]
Instagram/Cheyenne FloydCheyenne recently opened up about Zach’s desire to adopt a child during an episode of her Think Loud Crew podcast[/caption]
Kara ColeenThe Teen Mom star admitted that the couple has already begun to research adoption[/caption]