Kody Brown pushed his wives to move from Las Vegas, Nevada to Flagstaff, Arizona despite their hesitation. On this week's Sister Wives, Robyn, Meri, Christine and Janelle regret their decision at times, as even Kody broke down over the move.
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On the episode, the family discussed how they're going to be living in rentals apart from each other for at least two years until their homes are built.
"I'm not loving the fact that well be in rentals away from each other again," Meri said on the episode. She added of their move from Utah to Nevada, "I know what we all went through when we came here, I want to move forward from where we are."
As for Robyn, the decision left her "very conflicted." "One minute I feel like we're the dumbest people ever and then the next I am so hopeful for the future," she said.
Christine agreed the move felt like a "mistake." "We're idiots," she said. "I felt like it over and over. It seems spontaneous and too fast."
Even Kody, who pushed the move, admitted he's worried. "Failure here isn't an option," he said. "I'm exhausted and I'm emotional for leaving my homes. Flagstaff is huge unknown. I'm slammed. I'm overwhelmed. I can sit down and cry."
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But Robyn was the one to cry, as she broke down, "We are putting so much on the line here. We're leaving kids behind. We're starting over in a place we don't know is good for us. We don't know how soon we're going to be back together. It's really scary."
Fears For The Family
When the family made it to Arizona, Robyn met her new neighbors. "We don't know how the kids are going to be accepted. We don't know how we're going to be accepted. We hoping and praying the community is everything we've heard it is."
Worth It In The End
But after all the stress and regret, the family came together and rejoiced. "This is 12 years in the making," Kody said. "It feels like home."
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Kody's wives were hesitant about selling their four homes, which are in a cul-de-sac. "Sometimes you have to buck up and lead and others have to follow," he said.
Kody and Christine bought a house in Arizona, while Robyn, Janelle and Meri are in rentals with their children. The family bought a plot of land to be split into four parcels.
But Kody has a secret up his sleeve. He is working with an architect to build one home for all four wives despite their disapproval of the idea.