Kody Brown and his wives Meri, Robyn, Janelle and Christine moved from Las Vegas, Nevada to Flagstaff, Arizona – but their grown children didn’t move with them! The Sister Wives family is currently divided as their adult kids opted for a life outside of the unconventional family.
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Kody and Christine’s daughter Aspyn Brown Thompson is still living in Nevada with her husband Mitch while she finishes her degree at University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She posted a photo cooking in her Las Vegas kitchen earlier this week.
Maddie Brown Brush, who is Kody and Janelle’s daughter, also remained in Nevada with her husband Caleb and their son Axel. The family visited Downtown Summerlin in Las Vegas on December 15.
As for Mykelti Brown, who is Christine’s daughter, she remained in Utah before the family’s move to Nevada. The last photo she posted with her family was on Mother’s Day in May 2018.
Mariah Brown moved to Chicago, Illinois to live with her girlfriend Aubrey, leaving her mother Meri behind.
Although it is unclear where Kody and Christine’s son Paedon is living, he revealed on Instagram that he “moved out.” He hashtagged the photos of his apartment “NewBeginnings #MissMyFamily #MovingForward.”
Logan Brown, who is Janelle’s son, is currently living in Nevada, as he too is attending the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
As for Robert Garrison Brown, he’s been traveling the world. He’s recently posted photos in the United Kingdom, France, California and more, while his mom Janelle is stuck in Arizona.
It is unclear if there is tension among the children, but there is drama with the wives! In a trailer for the upcoming season, which premieres on January 20, Meri confronted Christine about their relationship. “You don’t feel comfortable around me,” Meri said, as Christine responded, “The sister wives relationship is super tricky because you’re trying to be best friends with the woman who has a relationship with your husband.”
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