First, I selected a couple of the largest babies that had some good starter root nubs and cut them off the mother plant.
Before planting the baby spider plants in soil, I wanted to give them a head start by getting the roots to grow in some water. I placed the baby spider plants in enough water to cover the root shoots and in a large enough container to help keep the plant propped upright in the water.
After about 10 days, I had enough roots started to pot the plant.
And voila! I magically have two new spider plants. Looks like I will need to find another friend or neighbor to do some plant swapping with!