The Brown home
Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn may be sister wives who share a husband, but at home, personal space is premium. The Brown home is made up of three apartments that are connected under one roof. Each wife has her own bedroom and space to spend time with her children.

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"This home is actually built by a polygamist, and this is probably typical of what you'll find in most polygamist families," Janelle says. "Separate living spaces but interconnected. So the family functions as a whole, but we all have our own autonomy."

Kody says he keeps a schedule of where he sleeps on which nights to ensure that he spends the same amount of time with each wife. "Christine and Janelle and I each have our own bedrooms, and Kody is welcome in each of those bedrooms alone," Meri says. "That's just how it is. We don't go weird."

Since Robyn and her children are new to the family and the main house is full, she says they're currently living in a nearby home.
FROM: The Sister Wives Controversy: Inside America's Polygamist TV Family
Published on October 14, 2010


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