Thought I'd share an interesting development. The mother plant has bloomed continuously for the past few months. While taking a leaf pulling, my clumsy fingers snapped off a flower at the base, right where it attached to the plant. I was looking to preserve the flower for a bit longer, so I stuck the base of it into the clear plastic saucer I'm using under another pot. I've kept the saucer topped off with distilled water since sticking the stem into it, with the flower and about two inches of stem above the water. The interesting part is that this plant will reproduce from flower pullings.... and is self-fertile. Pics below:
Sprout at the base of the flower stem. Looks like twins!