Kody Brown and the sister wives are finally telling the entire Brown family in the July 20 episode of Sister Wives just how each wife came to be a part of the enormous family. In a clip of Kody and the wives, Kody reveals that being a part of this polygamist family is both “beautiful” and “troubling!”
When Kody Brown and his four sister wives packed 13 of their kids into two RVs and traveled 1,400 miles to meet a “biblical” polygamist family, they wanted to know if they were “cool or backwoods weird.” Fortunately, when the Browns finally pull up to the Richard homestead, they prove to be surprisingly “normal”, though you do immediately wonder how dad Nathanael, wife #1, Rebecca, and wife #2, Christina, managed to pack 9 kids into what looks like a tiny mobile home.
The idea of polygamy and plural message is shocking to most people — there’s no question about it. However, in an all-new clip of Sister Wives, the wives reveal why they chose the polygamist lifestyle with Kody Brown and what it means to be in a plural marriage. Watch the video below!
Whether you approve of the Sister Wives family’s polygamous lifestyle or not, you can almost taste their feelings of freedom as Kody Brown, his wives, and 13 of their kids, hit the road on a spring break trip to Missouri in this July 6 episode.
With four wives and lots of kids, there’s bound to be drama. On the July 6 episode of Sister Wives, Kody and the wives had to deal with Janelle’s son Garrison lashing out at Christine’s little Ysabel. Kody set him straight in the new clip, but the wives are trying to make sure this doesn’t happen again. Check out the exclusive clip below!
Sister Wives has proven countless times just how different their American family is from the rest. In the latest episode on June 29, Kody’s daughter Aspyn opens up about her feelings about keeping with the families traditions. Of course her father Kody Brown just had to weigh in on the situation with his wives. Check out this new clip from the June 29 episode!
Sister Wives‘ Kody Brown, his four wives, and 17 kids, finally felt safe enough to break down talking about the daily fear they’d felt before they escaped Utah and moved to Las Vegas. It was like the family was so traumatized by their dramatic escape from authorities who were prosecuting them for polygamy, that they could only start dealing with their feelings now.