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‘Sister Wives’: Jenelle Brown confessed that she believed in the idea of community and wanted her family to live in the same way

'Sister Wives': Jenelle Brown confessed that she believed in the idea of community and wanted her family to live in the same way

Kody Brown has a dream in which the whole family stays together and to make this come true, the star of reality has made a project of his dream house. While the sister wives were surprised, some of them expressed their hesitation with this idea. However, Jenelle Brown was the only sister wife who thought it would be a wonderful idea for all the family members to live together.

Jenelle Brown confessed that she believed in the idea of community and wanted her family to live the same way. She remembered that she liked it better when everyone lived nearby. But with each step, they moved further and further away from each other.

Jenelle Brown thought that living in the same house would help solve the problem of thinking that everyone was drifting apart. However, the other sister wives didn’t feel the same way. Robyn Brown was not enthusiastic about the idea and remembered the things she had heard the other sister wives say when they were all together.

Robyn joined the family after the other three sister wives and was pleased to learn that they would all live in different homes. She confessed that she didn’t want to go back to a place where everyone would be confined to one place.

Meanwhile, Christine Brown also disagreed with the idea of staying in one house. Christine thought that staying in one house as a family plural would create differences between family members, as a wife might think that Kody spent more time with others and not with them.

She added that it would be difficult for any wife to show affection to her husband because she would worry about another sister wife entering the house. Christine Brown did not like the idea of being forced to be herself only within the walls of her four-bedroom house. She longed for the independence she’d gained.

Christine Brown thought the only way to maintain her independence was to live apart. Meri Brown, on the other hand, chose to remain open-mouthed throughout the discussion. She revealed that she would first listen to what the other sister wives thought of this idea and hoped that everything would work in her favor.

She confessed that she had a strong opinion about the idea of moving into a home, but chose not to reveal that she was. Although there is one person who agrees and two who don’t, it seems that Kody Brown will have difficulty convincing everyone with his idea.

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