Do ‘Big Brother’s’ Jeff Schroeder, Jordan Lloyd Want More Kids?

Beloved “Big Brother” couple Jeff Schroeder and Jordan Lloyd have two sons, however are they accomplished? Or are extra youngsters of their future? Schroeder not too long ago revealed their household plans to Heavy and talked about how they’re doing over a decade after they met on “Big Brother 11.”


Schroeder Originally Wanted Four Children

In an interview with Heavy, we requested Schroeder how he and Lloyd are doing and he mentioned, “Me and Jordan are doing implausible. Probably the most effective we have ever been. We have two lovely boys, Lawson and Layton, they’re 4 and a pair of.”

So is their household full? Schroeder mentioned that they are most likely accomplished.

“When I used to be youthful, I needed 4 youngsters. Four was my quantity. Not anymore,” mentioned Schroeder with amusing. He went on to say that he is a 3rd baby and he does marvel generally “what if the most effective is but to come back?”

He mentioned he and Jordan joke round that “what if we’ve got yet another child and that is the most effective one?”

“But Jordan’s accomplished,” he mentioned, including, “If she might have a lady, she’s open to the thought, however she mentioned one other boy, no approach.”

Schroeder and Lloyd are the unique “Big Brother” couple, having met on season 11 and getting married in 2016. Other {couples} who’ve since tied the knot since assembly on the show embrace Brendon Villages and Rachel Reilly from “Big Brother 12”, who’re married with two youngsters, Dominic Briones and Daniele Donato from “Big Brother 13,” who’re married with one baby, Jessica Graf and Cody Nickson from “Big Brother 19,” who’re married with two youngsters, and Nicole Franzel and Victor Arroyo from “Big Brother 18,” who’re not too long ago married and anticipating their first baby. Plus, Christmas Abbott and Memphis Garrett from “Big Brother 22” appear to be fairly critical.


Schroeder Says The Love They Still Get From Fans Is ‘Amazing’

Schroeder revealed that he and his spouse “simply received on Cameo,” so folks can now have them ship video messages to their family and friends.

“People have been asking us to do this for some time, and the suggestions and the love that we get is superb as a result of it has been 12 years since we did the show,” mentioned Schroeder. “And so many individuals are nonetheless invested or wish to see how we’re doing … it’s totally flattering.”

He additionally mentioned they really feel “very blessed” to be the place they’re proper now. The household moved to Denver, Colorado, just a few years in the past when Schroeder started co-hosting “Daily Blast Live,” a nationally syndicated speak show, and now they’re on to a “totally different stage” in life.

“Being dad and mom now and having a snug job, [we’re] very blessed,” mentioned Schroeder. “We’re worrying extra about being a mum or dad and educating our youngsters the proper factor to do.”

“It’s a special stage in our life than 12 years in the past,” mentioned Schroeder, including that every one of their experiences from “Big Brother,” “The Amazing Race” and even “Marriage Bootcamp” have “all taught us blessings and so they’re all stepping stones to the place we’re at as dad and mom proper now.”

He concluded, “And I hope we solely get higher as a result of there is no such thing as a reply for being a very good mum or dad. You simply gotta roll with the punches.”

“Daily Blast Live” airs Monday by Friday on-line or test your native listings. “Big Brother” season 23 premieres Wednesday, July 7 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.


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