So is a father just a sperm donor or should he be able to manage his brood, especially if he decides to father 17 kids with four different wives?
When Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn hit the Sin City strip for a stroll in this week’s Sister’s Wives episode, which airs Sunday, Nov 20, , they can’t help but flip out when they first start eyeing bikini-clad young women dancing on bars.
Were any of you as stunned as I was when Robyn made it clear that if the 13 other Brown children didn’t stop bullying her 3 kids, she would let them leave her and live with their biological father and not her.
I have to hand it to Kody Brown — he’s got gumption. Not only has he gone public and been run out of the state of Utah but now he deliberately set off to face-off with his former high school haters.
Sister wives Meri #1, Janelle #2, Christine #3 and Robyn #4, vehemently swear that they love being sister wives on their show now in its third season. Christine even appeared on Anderson Cooper‘s CNN show last week, claiming up and down that she ALWAYS wanted to be a THIRD wife – which she is.
In one of the greatest gatherings of two great factions, perhaps in the history of the world, the polygamists and monogamists came together on the April 17 episode of Sister Wives. Thanks to a Brown family dinner party, bread was broken and peace perhaps brokered.
The premiere of Sister Wives, however dividing, was great in that it finally began to show the social, and possibly legal, repercussions of the Brown family lifestyle. This week however, the biggest story came from the introduction of Kody‘s family — and his amazing two moms.