I'm kind of fascinated by my Spider plant. It's the offspring of a Spider Plant I used to have at work. I had a cubicle in the middle of the office with no sunlight. So it never got very big and never had babies. Well, I went to California for two years for school and left my plants (I have a silver queen Chinese Evergreen, too) with my grandma to take care of. Whenever I talked to her, she would always give me an update on my plants. lol. Well, she kept them in her laundry room that has a big window, so it got a good amount of sunlight. It grew really fast and she repotted it. Then it started growing babies. But she always cut them off and replanted them (so she ended up with like 3 other plants and then wanted me to take all of them after I got home, and I was like, "I don't know what to do with them!" lol). So anyway, we planted 2 in the same pot, and I brought it to work with me (she still has the momma plant and one or two of the babies). I have a window cubicle now, so mt plant is on a little table next to the window. In the summer it got direct sunlight in the afternoons for a few hours, but now it gets indirect sunlight all day. Anyway, the thing is going crazy. LOL. It did get a lot bigger since I brought it in, but It's grown 4 stems (I realized it's 2 from each plant. They kind of look like one plant now), and the stems are super long with other stems growing off of them (one has 4, one has 3, and the other two have 2). They're all in various stages of development, but the biggest baby is growing a baby itself! My plant has grandchildren already! And I love the little white flowers. It almost seems like they're endless. Every day there are a few new ones open, and a few that have fallen off (it's been flowering continuously for about 5 months). I like how the flowers open really wide- like their petals curl back and they have the little orange-tipped stamens sticking out in 5 directions. The plant is super awkward-looking, though. the stems are each about 3 times longer than the leaves of the parent plant. But I love my fascinating, awkward-looking plant. I'd like to hear others' Spider Plant stories!