In this clip from this week’s episode of ‘Sister Wives,’ Kody Brown’s children all feel differently about continuing the polygamist tradition in their own families!
Kody Brown‘s kids are split when it comes to plural marriage like their own parents. On this Sunday’s episode of Sister Wives, the teens explain where they sit on being polygamists when they grow up — and only one girl is 100% convinced it’s her path.
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Many may disagree with Kody’s lifestyle and personal decisions, but that doesn’t change the fact that the government should not have the right to arrest him and his wives for the way they choose to live their lives!
Kody Brown and Lady Gaga may have more in common than one would ever think — they are both campaigning for equal rights when it comes to marriage! Kody’s lawyer Jonathan Turley wrote on his blog, “I will be traveling to Salt Lake City today to file (on Wednesday) a challenge to the Utah statute criminalizing bigamy and cohabitation. The lawsuit will be filed on behalf of my clients, the Brown family.” Go Kody!
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!
The arrival of my baby son made my life so complicated (and sleepless!). I can’t imagine what it must be like looking after nearly 100!
Meet Ziona Chana, the proud patriarch of the world’s largest family! He has 94 kids and 33 grandchildren. That’s insane!
Kody sure got over his wife-hunting distaste, cause sitting on ‘the couch’ with his four wives on the Oct. 31 Sister Wives special, he couldn’t wipe his s**t-eating grin off his face.
My guess is that despite the revelation that he didn’t originally want to hunt for a fourth wife — his new marriage to Robyn has brought the tiger out in Kody.
Kody Brown and his four wives have their hands full keeping up with their 18 kids — especially now that the teenagers are rebelling. We’re not shocked that the oldest girls in this polygamist family are being disobedient, are you?
Dealing with a teenage daughter isn’t exactly smooth sailing, but when you’ve got 18 kids? Forget about it! The stars of the TLC reality show Sister Wives — Kody Brown and his four wives (Meri, 39, Janelle, 40, Christine, 37, and Robyn, 31) — have got to be stretched to their limits keeping up with so many kids, but their problems with their rebellious teens have reportedly gotten a lot worse since the show’s premiere on TLC last month. “The daughters seem messed up from this situation,” a neighbor who lives near the Brown’s Lehi, Utah, home tells In Touch. “It is no wonder that the teenagers of the Sister Wives family are rebelling. They are living in a surreal world where they are being told that it’s natural and wonderful for a man to have several wives,” Beverly Hills celebrity psychiatrist Dr. Carole Lieberman tells HollyBaby.com.
Kody & Robyn’s wedding might not be the last we see of the Browns! Would YOU watch a second season of Sister Wives?
We hope you’re a fan of Kody Brown and his polygamist brood, because we’ve learned that TLC has been in talks with the stars of Sister Wives regarding a second season renewal! “A second season has been discussed, but nothing has been decided,” a source close to the Brown family tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively. “There have always been discussions for a second part to the series.”
We’ve been telling you local Mormons in the Brown’s town of Lehi, Utah are completely divided, but new reports suggest Kody is taking big heat from community leaders.
Kody Brown might be regretting his decision to air his multi-wife lifestyle on a reality TV show. The star of TLC’s Sister Wives is at the center of a polygamy investigation in Lehi, Utah, where he currently resides with his four wives and sixteen children. It turns out Kody approached his Utah church “community leader” before starting to film the seven part documentary series, but TMZ reports Kody did not get his blessing.
It turns out Sister Wives depicts Kody and his wives exactly as they are. The childrens’ former teachers tell us Kody is a dedicated husband and his kids are really happy!
Even though Kody Brown and his family appear to be incredibly well adjusted on TLC’s docu-series Sister Wives, many people are still skeptical. But now a husband and wife in the Brown’s hometown of Lehi, Utah, tell HollywoodLife.com that Kody, his wives, and their 16 children couldn’t be happier with their polygamist lifestyle.
It looks like the Brown family could be looking at a long trial and potential lengthy stay in prison if convicted!
It appears that love does not, in fact, conquer all. Kody Brown and his three wives, Meri, Janelle and Christine could be facing up to five years in prison for committing bigamy! TMZ reports, “The Utah County Attorney has confirmed … the Lehi Police Department has completed their felony bigamy investigation into Kody Brown and his gigantic family — and the case has been turned over to the Utah County Attorney … who will ultimately decide whether or not to charge the family with a crime.”
Now that Utah police are investigating Sister Wives‘ Brown family on suspicion of bigamy, experts tell HollyBaby.com that Kody Brown and his four wives should be ashamed of themselves for causing serious damage to their kids.
Have you seen the commercials for TLC’s new series Sister Wives? The promo asks us to “rethink marriage.” But relationship expert Dr. Gilda Carle tells HollyBaby.com that 41-year-old Kody Brown and his four wives — Meri, 39, Janelle, 40, Christine, 37, and Robyn, 31 — should have thought seriously about the effects of exposing their 16 children to criticism and ridicule from millions of viewers. Be honest HollyMoms, were you among the 2.3 million who tuned in to the Sept. 26 premiere? “This is a very unhealthy situation to raise children in,” Dr. Carle tells HollyBaby.com.
Kody Brown, a fundamentalist Mormon father of 13, and his three (soon to be four) wives are putting their polygamous family on display in the new show Sister Wives. Many people are outraged over the new show, but at HollyBaby.com we can’t help but wonder if this kind of lifestyle is really healthy for the kids.
On the outside, Kody Brown — the star of TLC’s new reality show Sister Wives (premiering Sept. 26) — seems like a regular Joe. When he’s not working as a salesman, he enjoys spending time with his kids and playing with his dog in the yard. But there is one big thing that sets him apart from most other fathers. He’s got THREE wives. After being married to Meri, 39, Janelle, 40, and Christine, 37, for the past 16 years, he’s now looking to bring a younger woman, Robyn, 31, into the family, much to the other ladies dismay. How are Robyn’s three children from a previous marriage going to adjust to their new life with multiple mommies? According to relationship expert Dr. Gilda Carle, Robyn’s kids are likely to have a hard time adjusting to their new life. “They are about to be upstaged by a bunch of children they don’t even know,” she tells HollyBaby.com. “Going from a small family to a giant one is overwhelming, They’re in for a lot of culture shock.”