Sister Wives star Meri Brown and husband Kody Brown’s marriage has practically disintegrated. Although Meri and Kody remain spiritually married they’re actually legally divorced. Fans saw the divorce as Meri’s golden parachute out of the plural marriage. However, Meri Brown is a born and raised polygamist. So regardless of her marital issues with her shared husband, she is committed to the family as a whole.
The move to Flagstaff has not gone well for the Kody Brown and his Sister Wives. In fact, all the wives, with the exception of Christine, have moved more than once in the little over a year since they arrived in Arizona. Meri Brown is now staring down her third move. Then she shares with the other spouses an offer Kody made her that she flat out refused.
Sister Wives: Meri Brown Shoots Down Kody Brown
Sister Wives celeb Meri Brown desperately wants more of a relationship with her husband Kody Brown. After the catfish scandal the couple has struggled to rebuild any semblance of a marriage, In fact, the other wives often doubt Meri’s commitment to the family as well. However, Meri did make the move to Flagstaff with the entire family and sold her Las Vegas home. So she’s clearly committed to the family she’s been a part of from day one.
However, the housing situation has been a disaster for all the Sister Wives except Christine. Each of them has, unfortunately, had to move from their original rentals. Now both Robyn Brown and Meri Brown are looking for new places to call home while their land at Coyote Pass remains undeveloped. Kody Brown suggested to Meri that they should buy a house rather than rent. Well, Meri Brown swiftly declined this offer. It seems shocking that a wife trying to win back her husband’s affection would shoot him down but yet Meri does.
Meri Browns Feels They’re Not A Family
Sister Wives alum Meri Brown doesn’t feel like Browns are acting as a family since the big move from La Vegas to Flagstaff. The wives and their kids are all living in separate houses miles away from each other. The younger kids seem to only see their siblings in school or at a rare family gathering.
The idea was to spend at most a year apart before the Sister Wives built their homes on their piece of heaven. But since their Vegas homes took so long to sell, they’re forced to live apart longer. Christine Brown is the only wife who is settled because she bought a house from the start. However, Janelle Brown has moved for the second time, Robyn is about to do the same, and Meri will move for the third time.
Meri Brown’s refusal to buy a house and not rent shows her dedication to reuniting the family. The same is true for Janelle’s decision to rent again. However, as we know Robyn Brown chooses not to rent again but to purchase a near million-dollar home with Kody. It really shows which Sister Wives are committed to their plural marriages and which ones are not.
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Sister Wives: Kody Is The Cause Of Division Among Spouses
Sister Wives patriarch Kody Brown’s plan for all his wives to live under one roof was rejected by his wives. In fact, their united front and ability to get along is now the cause of the questioning of his faith. Now in the latest video above Kody is looking to create a divide with his wives again over the housing situation. This time it’s not about the one house but about which lot each wife will have to build their individual homes.
Meri Brown as the first wife should pick first. That makes sense. However, it looks Kody Brown wants Robyn Brown to pick first. After all, he says for years she’s had to pick up the scraps the other left behind. Robyn, of course, wants to make everyone happy. Additionally, Christine Brown is quick to point out that this argument really about the issues between Kody and Meri and not over real estate.
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