Sister Wives’ star, Christine, looks like she’s getting creative nowadays when she takes action to solve the Brown family’s money problems. Even though it’s a gamble on her part, it seems that Christine Brown doubles her chances of success. She does so by incorporating Truely Brown’s help into the task.
Christine Brown would no doubt share the benefits of this task with the family. But it looks more like an attempt by the Sister Wives to entertain Truely Brown than an expedition to find the money.
Sister Wives: Christine and Truely Scan for Buried Treasure
This Sister Wives’ celeb probably finds things to do with her kids these days. It’s not easy to entertain children during the residential culture we live in today.
But Christine Brown and her daughter Truely Brown might find something in the garden. Maybe they’ll find something worth a lot of money while using metal detectors in the backyard.
While Christine Brown’s post highlights this rather fun activity you can do with your kids at home, something else comes up as well. It looks like the backyard of this Sister Wives’ house could use a little TLC.
Not the TLC network that broadcasts the “Sister Wives” series, but some affectionate and tender care, because it’s a bit messy. Look at the pictures below. Looks like the yard is suffering the consequences of a windstorm with garden furniture on the side.
Sister Wives: Christine A Collector Of Stuff?
The patio furniture seems to increase the clutter. While the patio looks like a mess due to the wind, this does not explain its porch. It also looks like Christine Brown is using Sister Wives‘ back porch as storage. Getting in or out of that back door seems like a struggle.
This Sister Wives mom moved from Las Vegas to Arizona, but that was over a year ago. The Brown family moved to Flagstaff almost two years ago this summer, so there’s plenty of time to unpack.
That back porch looks more like an attraction to unwanted objects than an entrance to their house. It looks like this Sister Wives’s spouse has a porcelain closet on the porch, as well as other furniture.