Sister Wives

March 21, 2011 by Post Team 

Sister Wives, In the second season episode two, the Brown family made a trip to Wyoming to get away from research disorderly the police department took the family after he left as a polygamous family. But during this episode, which dropped a bomb that has me wondering what other funny business is going on here! Sister wives read the summary below!
Since Brown came out as a polygamous family via The Today Show that not only had numerous news agencies in contact with them for the dish, but it all off, had their local police department announced they were investigating his family. So to get a little peace, the Browns of the bags from the FAM all head to Wyoming to “go play cowboy” (as Cody called) in the farm of his father.

After experiencing some problems with the car and tons of toilet, the family finally arrives at the ranch and there, knowing Winn, 75-year-old father Kody. We also have the opportunity to meet Genielle, Kody’s mother, who gives us his opinion about the polygamous lifestyle. And for once we get to know an intelligent about the polygamous lifestyle, rather than a bunch of jibber jabber. Genielle see every one of the wives Kody like spokes of a wheel. She is quoted as saying that “more spokes in the wheel, the stronger the wheel.” Interestingly, there are a couple of spokes in the wheel well Winn. Case in point? Sheryl also meet Janelle mom. After meeting her, I expected to see the other parents of the other sister wives to start playing on the lawn. But it’s mom Janelle Winn father also married to Kody! To make things clear, that would make the stepsiblings Janelle and Kody.

Although it took a bit of Sheryl and Genielle to accept each other as sister wives, to admit now that after 18 years of polygamous lifestyle as a whole, are best friends and I can not imagine life without each each other.

As I studied this family, I think that wives have a great respect for each other. Each woman brings something different to the family. As Janelle said, its relations with the wives are independent of its relationship with Kody. Despite the common problems of jealousy, I suspect that this style of family life can be more than the fellowship of the royal marriage between men and women.

The scene that really rubbed me the wrong way was when the mop-topped burrito Kody hooked up his mother’s breakfast of their hands only to say abruptly, “What is yours is mine and what’s mine is mine.” His mother did not even say a peep. Is not there a saying that says’ how a man treats his mother is a good indication of how he treats his wife? Here’s hoping, because it was not downright rude.

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