Cheyenne Floyd Drops A Baby Bombshell On 'Teen Mom OG'

Source: MTV

Oct. 11 2019, Updated 12:51 p.m. ET

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Cheyenne Floyd had a major announcement to make to her boyfriend, Matt. The couple took her adorable daughter, Ryder, on a vacation to spend some quality time together and it's safe to say, it was exhausting. Matt was definitely overwhelmed with the trip and caring for the 2-year-old, but he handled it like a professional and admitted that he definitely wants kids, just in the future. He told Cheyenne his timeline admitting that maybe early 30s would work for him, but that won't work for her because she would like to have a second child sooner, rather than later.

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Maci Bookout was also one that had babies on the brain, but not in the same way! The mother-of-three was exploring different birth control options and hoped that her husband, Taylor McKinney, would possibly be open to have a vasectomy. The couple headed to the doctors to explore their options, but Taylor wasn't ready to commit. He admitted he will possibly want more children in the future, so he wanted to keep exploring other possibilities.

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