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The Sister Wives may have a lot of reason to celebrate today, but the road to
bigamy happiness hasn’t always been so easy!
Take a sneak peek at the video (above) to hear Kody and Meri speak about their traumatic miscarriage after a 12-year fertility struggle.
Although it happened four years ago, the couple will never forget the ‘dark’ pain they felt when losing their baby.
Kody Brown and his four wives Meri, Christine, Janelle, and Robyn have a LOT of celebrating to do!
The Sister Wives and their
16 17 kids (dats a LOTTA kidz!) moved to Vegas from Salt Lake after Utah authorities got all up in their business and launched a bigamy investigation for their INTERESTING life-style!
The modern day Brady Bunch can now breathe a sigh of relief, because the polygamy loving 'spiritual wives' will not be prosecuted! So pimpalicious!
A Judge said the Browns wouldn’t be prosecuted as long they don't commit other crimes! Lucky them!!
Utah Attorney Jeff Buhman says:
"The criminal case against the Browns is closed and no charges will be filed against them for bigamy unless new evidence is discovered which would comport with the office's new policy."
The Browns ARE BEYOND thrilled that no charges will be pressed against them, but it seems like this isn’t the end of their legal drama, as they plan on continuing their lawsuit against Utah County along for violating their constitutional rights to live the way they EFFIN please!
What do U think of their legal victory?!!
P.S. CLICK HERE to check out our EXCLUSIVE juicy interview with Kody and the wives!!!
[Image via Sister Wives.]
TLC's Sister Wives' Janelle Brown has a new book out called Becoming Sister Wives, and even we couldn't guess how juicy it actually is!
The just anointed author reveals how she TEMPORARILY moved away from her seriously expanded family following the year she had a baby.
Here's what she said:
"During the eighth year of our marriage, I gave birth to my fifth child, Gabriel,I sank into a horrible postpartum depression. I felt overwhelmed by having had so many children in quick succession, and felt seriously depressed at our lack of financial means."
She also apparently was having a lot of trouble with the other wives, who are all married to Kody Brown, and had a terrible fight with Meri which prompted her to finally leave.
"I also had a particularly nasty fight with Meri — one of the worst we'd ever had. I was at my breaking point. I couldn't see my way out of my depression. I told Kody I was leaving. That night, I got into the car and drove to my mother's house. My kids and I stayed with my mother for several months until I found my own place. My job paid a decent salary, which allowed me to buy a better car in addition to my own home. I started to build a life for myself outside the sisterhood."
So what finally led her to reunite with her huuuge family?
An enormous house, obviously!
"The big house changed everything. We were able to be together as a family in a normal and relaxed way. I had my own space, but my kids had their siblings and the other mothers in the same building."
We're glad everything worked out especially since the show wouldn't be the same without her!
Speaking of the show, Sister Wives attacks the block this Sunday at 9 pm.
Will U be watching?
P.S. CLICK HERE to check out our exclusive Sister Wives interview!
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The Sister Wives are BACK at it again!
America’s favorite polygamist family kicked off Season Three of their hit show on Mother’s Day, and we've got a JUICY EXCLUSIVE interview on what life is like with ultimate playa Kody Brown and his four wives, Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn.
The family gives us the 4-1-1 on getting adjusted to life in Sin City, welcoming baby #17 and even reveal what their kids think about their
cray inneresting lifestyle.
Here’s what they had to say!
How has living apart affected your family?
Living apart has been hard on the family. Our children have missed the spontaneous interaction they had before. We are working hard to get ourselves in homes side by side. This season you will see us making some serious strides and some sacrifices to see if we can make that dream a reality.
Do you ever see yourselves living together again?
In Las Vegas home[s] like we had in Utah do not exist. Our best option here is to find 4 homes side by side. This arrangement will best meet the needs of our family and give our family complete access to each other.
Any chance of moving back to Utah?
At this time we are focusing on building our lives in Las Vegas.
How are the kids adjusting to Vegas?
The kids are adjusting well. They have developed many friendships and seemed to have hit their momentum again in their new environment.
Do you regret exposing your family on a reality show?
There have been some very positive things that have come from us being public. Our children, while never being very secretive, love being able to claim each other openly without a lot of explanation why their sibling is their same age and in the same grade and is not a twin. We work hard as a family to keep the balance as well as a high degree of normality in our day-to-day life. The production crew we work with as well as TLC have been very respectful of our desire to do so.
What's life like with the new baby?
Our newest baby Solomon is such a great addition to our family. Our teens love on him and all the younger kids think he should be hugged and kissed constantly.
Are any of the teens considering a polygamist lifestyle?
We have always taught our children that they will be the one to make the choices in their lives including their faith and who they marry. We have some children that are currently interested in remaining in our faith as adults. Some have expressed they definitely won't. Some have told us they are too busy thinking about school and college to even think about decisions like that right now. And after all, they are teens and they have the right to continue to change their minds as frequently as they want.
Are any of them going to college?
Our oldest son, Logan, is getting ready to go to college for this fall. Regardless of where he chooses, he has expressed he will most likely not live at home. This will be our first child to leave the nest. It will be a big change for all of us.
Wow. This is definitely the stuff that reality
dramz dreams are made of!!!
And we just can't WAIT to see even more of the wives living it up their way in Vegas!!!
Ch-ch-check out the gallery (below) for a sneak peek at their new life in Vegas!!!
What do U think about their lifestyle?!!!
P.S. Tune in on Sundays, 9/8 C
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So many haters!
Once again Kody Brown and his wives are victims of prejudice.
Some parents are crazy pissed that TLC's Sister Wives camera showed up at an after-school fundraiser at the elementary school Kody's kids attend. Their saying the cameras represented an invasion of privacy, and are demanding the local school district revamp its on-campus filming policies.
Here's why we disagree:
They're a step closer to moving back to Utah!
A federal judge says the polygamist family from TLC's Sister Wives CAN pursue a lawsuit questioning the constitutionality of Utah’s bigamy law.
When the show came out in September of 2010, an Utah County Attorney threatened to prosecute Kody Brown and his four sister wives – Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn. After the threat the family was forced to move out of conservative state to a suburb of Las Vegas (where almost everything is legal).
The Mormon-esque family isn't happy about the move. They want Utah's anti-poligamy laws abolished so the 21 member family can return to their less-than-wellcoming home state.
The Browns plan to sue Utah's under claims that their bigamy statute violates its constitutional rights to due process, equal protection, free exercise of religion, free speech and freedom of association.
Do U think practicing polygamy is should be illegal?