- Kenny and Armando’s baby plans on 90 Day Fiancé involve finding the right egg donor, but Kenny’s blunt approach at the surrogacy clinic unsettles Armando and the doctor.
- Kenny’s meticulousness in finding the right egg donor is understandable, as he has previous experience raising four children and knows how important it is.
- Armando’s respectful and calm attitude towards finding an egg donor suggests he is more serious about having a baby, and it may be better for him to take the lead in the search process.
Kenny Niedermeier from 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way has new ideas about his future with Armando Rubio, which may shake up their baby plans. The 60-year-old man has had a stable marital relationship with his 35-year-old Mexican husband. Unfortunately, things got a bit complicated a few months ago when Armando insisted he and Kenny have a child together. The American man initially hesitated to accept his husband’s demands, thinking he was too old to be a newborn’s father. However, he changed his mind eventually and agreed to proceed with the surrogacy procedure.
He makes remarks like, “She’s different looking,” and “She’s, like, doing the duck lips,” telling the doctor to move to the “next” woman. Armando discusses Kenny’s behavior in front of the cameras, noting that he’s cautious about not being rude, while Kenny is blunt. The doctor and Armando look at Kenny confusingly as he keeps rejecting the egg donors for inconsequential reasons.
Kenny & Armando’s 90 Day Fiancé Surrogacy Journey Explained
Kenny and Armando’s baby plans began when they returned to 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way. However, it wasn’t until later episodes that they got on the same page about it and learned more about the surrogacy procedure. So far, Kenny and Armando have discussed the approach and the expenses they need to invest in the baby. The duo has to pay over $72,000 for the procedure and an additional amount later on. Kenny and Armando have also discussed the baby plans with their daughter, Hannah. Initially, the 10-year-old girl wanted to have a sibling her age or older but eventually agreed to share her room with a baby brother or sister.
It is hard to blame Kenny for being meticulous about finding the right egg donor. The middle-aged father isn’t new to having kids, as he has previously raised four children. Even then, Kenny was very specific about finding a right woman to bear his kids. He leaned on one of his friends, who agreed to help him. Kenny utilized an in-vitro fertilization procedure for his son and three daughters. This time, he’s relying on the surrogacy process but knows how much it matters. He’s blunt because picking the right egg donor is important to him.