Sister Wives star Kody Brown had his entire family around him on Christmas during the pandemic that put a damper on many family gatherings. Fans were surprised when one of Kody’s teenagers told fans that her Sister Wives family all came together in one house for this year’s holiday.
Sister Wives: Kody Brown and His Family Do Christmas Together
A video of the occasion shows Meri Brown sitting among a couple of the family’s teenage daughters. One of those older kids actually sat on her lap. The first thing you notice is that not one soul dons a mask.
The older kids appear almost poured into their chairs in the living room. So, this is probably an after-dinner-shot of the Sister Wives family. They have that look about them, the one you see in living rooms across the nation after a holiday dinner.
After the family devours the Christmas feast, it’s the unbuckling time of day. While no one in the Sister Wives’ clip appears to loosen their waist-line, they all appear a bit laggy. All except for little Ariella Brown that is.
Ariella, 4, is the youngest child of Kody Brown and Robyn Brown. She’s also the youngest offspring of Sister Wives clan. She seems to be zooming through the house on those little legs of hers as everyone else looks as though they could use a nap.
Yep, the Sister Wives clan looks like a mask-less bunch this holiday season. But that doesn’t mean they didn’t take some precautions. It seems Gwendlyn Brown, the 17-year-old daughter of Janelle and Kody Brown explained how the family prepared.
She offered her fans the low-down on the family’s preparations for Christmas this year. It seems the Sister Wives dad, moms, and kids were all tested for Covid.
She didn’t say how those tests came out. But she did say they hunkered down for two weeks leading up to Christmas. So, it sounds as if all the tests came back fine. But did they really stay as close to home as it sounds? Both Kody and his fourth wife were seen out and about separately during that time.
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Apparently, these two-weeks of isolation kept them free from other people. So, even when they finally came together for the holiday, it appears they felt their isolation offered enough to feel safe. Most people within a family don’t walk around the house with masks on.
But four households make up the Sister Wives family. This equals out to almost two dozen people. That number doesn’t include significant others for Kody’s adult kids.
So, this preparation that lasted for two weeks of staying away from everything was probably no easy feat. Although this doesn’t mean everyone stayed at home for an entire two weeks.
A photographer captured Robyn Brown and her daughter walking along a city street with their masks on recently. Those photos emerged just last week within the time frame of two weeks before Christmas. So, maybe the Sister Wives‘ co-wife stayed home.
At the same time, Kody was pictured buzzing between Janelle’s house and Robyn’s house in his pickup truck. Although the only people he seemed to visit with were Janelle and their daughter Savanah Brown. The three talked in Janelle’s yard and they wore masks. So, it seems they took the possible spread of Covid even from a family member very seriously.
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