Sister Wives fans thought Janelle Brown loved living in the wild in her luxury motor home, but she revealed this year that she will not be going back. No one is sure of the fate of Kody Brown’s three wives, but Janelle is making decisions as a single mother. Although Janelle enjoyed the adventure in her mobile home, she will return to where she feels most stable.
As viewers of Sister Wives know, Janelle Brown is Kody Brown’s second wife after marrying spiritually on January 17, 1993. The courtship was not easy because Janelle had already been married to Meri’s brother.
For many years, viewers thought Kody Brown and Janelle Brown had the most stable relationship. The mother of six has always been good with numbers and often keeps the family sharp when it comes to important decisions. Although Janelle seems to live her life alone, she is still close to Arizona, where Kody lives with his fourth wife, Robyn Brown.
Sister Wives: Janelle Brown Won’t Be Needing A Suitcase This Summer.
During an Instagram Live, Janelle revealed that she and her daughter Savannah will not be living in their luxurious RV home this summer. Viewers were surprised because the Sister Wives star seemed to really enjoy her living space last summer.
According to Janelle Brown, her daughter Savannah will be a senior in high school next year, and the teenager wanted to spend time closer to the city where she could hang out with her friends. Instead of spending the entire summer alone on Coyote Pass, Janelle chose to find something closer to the city. According to Janelle, Savannah was “trooper but struggled with the RV.”
Janelle Brown also related that she is still keeping the RV and will use it on weekends when she and the children go to Coyote Pass. In addition to life updates, Janelle also told how her gardening in Arizona is going. She was proud to report that she has been able to grow tomatoes, zucchini, basil, peppermint, and carrots. The Sister Wives cast member gave great recognition to her son Garrison for helping to water the plants, noting that he gets to pick first when the vegetables are ripe.