Keikeis will bloom when the parent plant is ready to bloom. Sometimes only the keikei blooms. I leave them alone, if they want to bloom and everyone is healthy. If it appears to be sapping the parent plant cut the flower spikes. Otherwise, leave well enough alone and when the keikeis are through blooming and they have a few healthy roots over two or three inches long; then you can cut stem/spike and put them in their own pots. Once you cut the stem and pot them up, keep in mind they will need to be watered a little more often than the parent plant. Good luck...hope this helps.