'Sister Wives' Kids Having Tough Time Adjusting To Vegas! Exclusive!

Sun, March 20, 2011 12:15pm EST by 6 Comments

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It’s rough enough to be the children of polygamist parents. And what could make it any harder? When your family of 16 kids moves to Sin City!

The Sister Wives kids miss their home state of Utah, where their parents’ multiple-partner marriage may have raised fewer eyebrows. Now a bunch of the 16 kids are going to high school in Las Vegas, where big daddy Kody Brown decided to  move his brood. It’s not been a smooth start, an insider tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively!

Logan, Aspyn, Madison, Mykelti and Mariah are attending a Vegas high school, where, our source says, “everyone was making a huge deal about it the first week but now everyone is treating them like regular people! Everyone is pretty used to it now!”

But the Brown kids aren’t feeling comfortable yet: “They do miss Utah!”

One problem: It doesn’t sound like they’ve made too many close friends who they see after classes because they live pretty far away from the school.

See how the whole giant family is doing March 20 when the next episode airs on TLC, and the four wives and their kids take a walk on the wild and dangerous side.

–Reporting by Jessica Finn

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sister wives

Posted at 12:38 AM on May 14, 2012  

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lily

Posted at 8:28 PM on July 9, 2011  

I think that the brown kids have a right to miss there old home. They’ev lived there for a long time. But they need to get over it they would have lost there family. my dad left my mom. ihad a hard time. it will be hard but they will be good in a month or so

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Dee

Posted at 10:08 PM on August 25, 2011  

Lily,
These kids have a right to feel homesick, Utah is all they have known and to go from a small home area to a very large and loud area that never sleeps far from their friends and family, that is scary for them. It has nothing to do with their dad leaving their mom, like yours did. Their moms are with their dad. Be alittle compasionate to their feelings. It may take longer than a month. I am sorry that your dad left your mom. I hope he didn’t leave you too. That is what hurts a child most.

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Hope

Posted at 3:10 AM on March 22, 2011  

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mishalah

Posted at 2:04 PM on March 20, 2011  

What kind of an idiot uproots his family from a beautiful country setting where their lifestyle is accepted and the children are safe to move to Las Vegas? Yes,, there are lots of Mormons in Las Vegas, but they are not from this Fundamentalist LDS sect. Yes, they won’t turn him away from their chapels, but they also do not condone his lifestyle — especially the magnifying of it on television.

What does this clownish, scrungy-looking man-child do for a living to support this family? Or, is it left up to the working wives and the TV show sponsors to pay for their above average economic status? I don’t have a problem with th epolygamy, but I do have a problem with using your family like a business.

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