The Bachelor’s Colton Underwood And Jordan C. Brown Are Expecting A Baby Boy

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Congratulations to Bachelor Nation‘s Colton Underwood and his husband, Jordan C. Brown!  The couple will welcome their first child, a son, into the world this fall.

Colton and Jordan’s journey to have a child:

The season 23 Bachelor shared his difficult journey with Men’s Health Magazine about his experience with male infertility. “Male infertility rates have been on the rise globally, especially among young guys ages 30 to 34.”

After months and months of having difficulty due to “low sperm count,” Colton and the political strategist pursued “in vitro fertilization (IVF) through a surrogate—a process that would lead them to have a fertility team of up to nine people, with a price tag of around $350,000 (that includes paying for the egg, which is priced by the donor).”

Finding a donor:

Colton and Jordan “found an egg donor by using a concierge service that sounds a lot like online dating: Brown and Underwood were presented with profiles featuring pictures and multiple pages of information, including everything from where the donor went to school to her STD history.

The couple was looking for someone spontaneous and adventurous that has traveled abroad. “Some people want blue eyes and blond hair. We want somebody deep and cool. I believe in nature versus nurture.” Basically, Colton and Jordan asked for the basics “the basics” so they “can show this kid love” along the way.

In case you missed it:

The former NFL star turned reality tv personality announced, “I’m gay,” on Good Morning America in 2021. “I came to terms with that earlier this year and have been processing it. And the next step in all of this was sort of letting people know.”
Colton and Jordan announced their engagement after Colton’s Netflix documentary, Coming Out Colton, was released. “Starting 2022 off with my best friend, teammate and now fiancé is something I never thought was going to be possible.”

After the success of Coming Out Colton on Netflix, do you think audiences will get a documentary of Colton and Jordan’s journey to fatherhood? Drop your opinion below.