Sister Wives fans discuss Brown family, My SisterWife's Closet

Huliq readers have a lot of great questions and suggestions regarding the Brown family's situation, particularly their new online business, My SisterWife's Closet.

Fans of the show Sister Wives on TLC have been vocal regarding their opinions about the Brown family’s latest business venture, “My SisterWife’s Closet.” The Browns have tried to convince viewers and site visitors that the jewelry they are offering is for “strong women,” not necessarily polygamist wives. But, Huliq readers tend to disagree with that idea. Huliq reader MelissaRRT, for example, commented:

If they got a designer who could broaden their base to include MORE than these, what? 10 pieces and some that are more reachable by all people. They might have a chance of making this work. But from what I see, their appeal is mainly to other sister wives, not STRONG WOMEN or any of that. This is a label, like wearing a cross, most people who wear a cross, BELIEVE IN ITS MEANING.... I don't think an atheist would wear a cross necklace.

And, one anonymous reader was concerned that the show itself could become a pitch-hour for My SisterWife’s Closet:

I enjoy the show and the jewelry is beautiful. However, I almost feel like the jewelry was designed and manufactured only for sister wives. I can't see that the designs have much to do with women who don't participate in plural marriages. Also, the prices are out of line with today's economy. Let's hope future episodes don't turn into half-hour infomercials like the one the other night.

And, Katie wondered if these women—who have never created a business of their own—had sought any advice from a professional before designing their pieces:

Now comes 'My Sisterwife's Closet'. Did anyone with a business brain look over this idea? Just who is their target market? How many Sister Wives are out there and how many of them can afford to spend their money this way?

Fans seem right on-target with their questions and suggestions. The jewelry on My SisterWife’s Closet DOES seem to be aimed at, well, sister wives, not “strong women,” as the Browns are trying to paint it. More than one piece describes the use of the initials “S.W.” as, “stand[ing] for SisterWife, Strong Woman and Super Woman.” Perhaps they are genuine in their sentiment. But, it comes off as, well, just a tactic to sell viewers something that doesn’t really apply to their lifestyle, which is what many visitors to the site seem to be picking up on as they peruse the offerings. As one anonymous Huliq commenter surmised:

The jewelry business is not for them - the jewelry looks inexpensive and seems to be just trinkets that the four wives would exchange among themselves rather than appealing to other people.

Does Kody Have a Job or Not?

Readers’ comments on the Browns' new business venture go from supportive to offended, with a lively discussion about the state of financial affairs in the Brown home(s). It is a reasonable question to ask: If they can be qualified to purchase four homes, they MUST have money coming in from somewhere. Kody has indicated a few times that he does have a sales position—for which his sports car is a perk—but, as readers have pointed out, he never seems to be working. However, it’s hard to make that observation conclusively, just from watching the show. After all, there are times when the show goes to following just a sister wife or two, and whatever their troubles are at the time; perhaps he is at work then? And, of course, it is unlikely that a business would want cameras following him at work (maybe even a condition of his being hired), so perhaps the fact that he has not had “screen time” working isn’t an indicator. And, after all, the shows are cut and pieced together from hours of footage as the producers and editors please; not showing boring work time isn’t surprising.

As the only legally married couple, Kody and Meri qualified for her (their) home together; Christine, Janelle and Robyn had to qualify as singles because, well, legally, they ARE singles. But, how did they qualify, when they have no jobs? Well, they ARE paid for their participation in Sister Wives; they no doubt have revenues from their book, Becoming Sister Wives; and, it just doesn’t seem likely that their financial situation is as dire as they make it seem for the cameras each week.

Will the Browns Take Fans' Advice?

The Browns are smart, it seems, to try and capitalize on their television success with My SisterWife’s Closet—strike while the iron is hot, as the old saying goes. But, however hot the iron may be, the product has to be one people would like to spend their own hard-earned cash on, and it doesn’t appear that the “designs” by Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn are quite hitting the mark for the average Sister Wives viewer, whether it be because of actual design (the stuff currently offered on the site is designed for sister wives, bottom-line) or because of price/metal choice (as Huliq readers have suggested, gold-plated and/or stainless steel are desirable, long-lasting, beautiful-wearing options the Browns might consider for the future).

Sister Wives airs on TLC on Sunday nights at 9/8c.

UPDATED: Meri just shrugs off her home budget on finale

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Comments

Submitted by HeyPaula (not verified) on
I have checked out the website and am very disappointed in the jewellery designs. I don't want to wear your designs. I'm not in a polygamist relationship nor will I ever be. If you are going to design something please do it for the masses, not for the few.

Submitted by Terri Jerome (not verified) on
Well I am not a polygamist but I thought this was America and I think we all should choose how we live. So please don't hate Its not very pretty.

Submitted by MelissaRRT (not verified) on
I was quoted in the above story and I stand by what I said.. BUT I also said that I like the family and even though I would rather keep my husband to myself, I do not judge others.. as long as I am not paying for their large family through my taxes.. ANYWAY (I don't think they are on assistance, and really its not my business, just my opinion) WHAT I WISH HAD BEEN QUOTED... Is it possible for Claddagh rings to be sold on their site? I had heard of them and my daughter has wanted one for years.. IF Amazon can carry and sell them, and many Brown family members wear them, including ALL the adults. Why isn't this possible to be sold in their "Closet"?? I know it's a different company brand, but with your exposure to these rings, WHY NOT?? I actually just bought a ring for my 17 year old daughter, JessaChelle.. It is being given in the spirit of trust and faith in her decisions. I know she will have more and more difficult choices to make in these last few months of High School and beyond!! .. I just want her to look down at the ring, know I love her, and I trust she will follow her beliefs in deciding which path to choose!! If only that fraction of time takes her to twist this ring on her finger, she remembers to have trust, love and faith IN HERSELF, and she will do what is right for HER .. THIS IS WHAT THE ring stands for!!!.. So, BROWNS... can you see if you can sell Claddagh rings on your site?? On Amazon they go from $1.89-over $100.00... just my 2 cents!

Good "2-cents," MelissaRRT ... I found it interesting, as well, that they tout this style of ring so often on their show, have a Claddagh charmholder and charms on their new site, but apparently decided not to go with any Claddagh rings ... this is where, perhaps, a good business consultant could point them in the direction of their true customer base?

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I just visited to see what the jewelry was like and am very disappointed. There isn't much to choose from and what there is, I wouldn't have...The only thing I did like was the Christmas tress charm, but it says...Happy Holidays! I would not expect that from the Browns...I would think they would have had Merry Christmas on the charm instead...but that's my 2 cents worh. Rest of it is nice if you are a sister wife...but I'm not, end of story.

Good point on the "Happy Holidays" ornament; sometimes in trying to please everyone, we can end up pleasing no one for various reasons. :/ Thanks for your "2-cents worth," btw, and Merry Christmas! :)

BTW, for anyone who is interested, according to the latest update on the My SisterWife's Closet Facebook page, the ladies will be uploading their first clothing (sorta) item shortly: Aprons. Interesting, but functional.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I have been following the show and have appreciated being educated about the polygamist lifestyle, being open-minded and embracing of this culture of polygamy. The last episode I watched, however, was very disappointing. You are using your show to basically market your new web-based business, which is mildly annoying but...ok. You do, however, especially Mari, present it as somehow a way for the public, your fans, to help you towards the purchase of your new homes. Now that, is fully offensive. After watching countless of minutes with all of you, Mari in particular, stressing out about a wet bar, a craft room, or wanting a tennis court in your little mansions, you have the audacity to turn to the public for "help" during these difficult economic times? C'mon people, you have lost your grounding here. You clearly were approved for these homes which means you can afford them, so four words for you: STICK TO YOUR BUDGET. Do not try to take advantage of your public like this. I am done watching the show and certainly will not even visit your website. You are losing, perhaps, many of the values that I was initially drawn to. Very very disappointing.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I couldn't agree more!!! That immediately caught my attention when she said "we need a way to pay for these homes". Well............work like most Americans that DON'T have a TV show and don't have the ability to support opening their own businesses. It was quite offensive that you base your payments on your fans. It is not your fans responsibility to support your family and the senseless extras you "needed" such as doors!! Because you " hate sliding glass doors". And then to even joke about a court in the back of your house......come on Browns!!!!!!!!!!! Think!!!!!!!

Submitted by Gpops (not verified) on
I would imagine that they get paid for thier part in the show. Surely they don't do it for free. The show probably makes millions and asking them to do it for free would be crazy. They should live on the minimal amount we live on. As far as having more than one wife? I'd be crazy in less than a week.

Submitted by TVwriter (not verified) on
As someone who writes for television, rest assured that the Browns get paid for appearing on Sister Wives. I would guesstimate they are paid $100,000 total per episode x 8-10 episodes a season. Given that each wife is given an "equal" allowance, they each make $20,000 per episode, including Kody. I am sure that's how they were pre-approved for their mortgages.

Submitted by TVwriter (not verified) on
As someone who writes for television, rest assured that the Browns get paid for appearing on Sister Wives. I would guesstimate they are paid $100,000 total per episode x 8-10 episodes a season. Given that each wife is given an "equal" allowance, they each make $20,000 per episode, including Kody. I am sure that's how they were pre-approved for their mortgages.

Submitted by Sandy (not verified) on
I loved learning about this lifestyle in the first season even though I questioned the real reason he married Ribin. Appears to me nice for these guys to bring on a younger wife periodically. However I let it go because I admired the women. Still appreciate the honesty of Jannel and Christine and while Robin is a sweet person having trouble believing her three names were not a choice to avoid bill players. One of my faves was Meri but this season she has become rather full of herself with her demands for her home. I see no effort on her part to obtain a job. The constant crying is a little disingenuous. I hope this series continues but I would like to see their self development more than waiting for us to support their expensive wants with overpriced jewelry that clearly needs a serious designer touch. You are powerful women. Don't wait around for Cody or anyone to tell you what to do. You can put other affordable things on your site that people will buy. I loved the ornament. It's the symbol we used in our wedding. Thanks for taking the feedback. After seeing the other Family it us clear as much as I like Cody he could use some leadership and organization skills. Since the are not strong it's up to the four of you to step up. Keep this great show going. Be creative!! Good luck.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I agree with Sandy...Meri is not seeming to understand financial realities. Sadly for her she was only able to create one child with Cody, when she supposedly wanted several. We have to wait and see where they go from here. But, I don't understand how she can whine and cry for a 5 bedroom house, when she has only one child who is basically grown and about to go away, justifying it with the fact that she WANTED more babies. ( Perhaps they should have taken the EXPENSIVE fertility steps when she was younger and might succeed). A wet bar? They don't drink... She complains that she desearves as much as the others because she works as hard. Um...welcome to the world's economy, Meri...ask anyone who works 2 full time minimum waged jobs how their life is working out. WHO CAN AFFORD 5 BEDROOMS??? I totally love the show, but please show us more reality. 4 new huge homes, tons of nice cars, constant trips, spa memberships, infertility doctoring, etc. Seems they spend spend spend all the while complaining about being broke, I love reality shows; please don't make this into another fake Hollywood reality show...we are interested in your REAL lives. Thanks!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I agree with Sandy...Meri is not seeming to understand financial realities. Sadly for her she was only able to create one child with Cody, when she supposedly wanted several. We have to wait and see where they go from here. But, I don't understand how she can whine and cry for a 5 bedroom house, when she has only one child who is basically grown and about to go away, justifying it with the fact that she WANTED more babies. ( Perhaps they should have taken the EXPENSIVE fertility steps when she was younger and might succeed). A wet bar? They don't drink... She complains that she desearves as much as the others because she works as hard. Um...welcome to the world's economy, Meri...ask anyone who works 2 full time minimum waged jobs how their life is working out. WHO CAN AFFORD 5 BEDROOMS??? I totally love the show, but please show us more reality. 4 new huge homes, tons of nice cars, constant trips, spa memberships, infertility doctoring, etc. Seems they spend spend spend all the while complaining about being broke, I love reality shows; please don't make this into another fake Hollywood reality show...we are interested in your REAL lives. Thanks!

Submitted by Delia (not verified) on
Mari really needs to watch herself on tv and pray for her steamrolling, resentful, and entitled greedy behavior. Is she really trying to be a role model for her faith; she seriously needs therapy & meds. She wants a wet bar & french doors in a 5 bedroom house that she will be living in by herself soon. Don't the other wives have at least 3 children? How selfish for her resonse to be "oh well I'm over budget $4,700 or whatever. Mari is so annoying andy you can tell the others look at her like she's. CRAZY!!!! Doesbshe know how stupid her response sounded tying to justify why she deserved so much. Get over it Mari.

Submitted by Delia (not verified) on
Mari really needs to watch herself on tv and pray for her steamrolling, resentful, and entitled greedy behavior. Is she really trying to be a role model for her faith; she seriously needs therapy & meds. She wants a wet bar & french doors in a 5 bedroom house that she will be living in by herself soon. Don't the other wives have at least 3 children? How selfish for her resonse to be "oh well I'm over budget $4,700 or whatever. Mari is so annoying andy you can tell the others look at her like she's. CRAZY!!!! Doesbshe know how stupid her response sounded tying to justify why she deserved so much. Get over it Mari.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I agree with regards to Meri. I find her extremely selflfish, selfabsorbed, arrogant and a serious drama queen. I am so disappointed with her attitude that I may not continue to watch the show. I also agree that they have gotten away from the true meaning of their religion.

Submitted by Ann King (not verified) on
I agree with other fans. The few items on the web page are expensive! It is also, as one wife said in the last show "It is sterling silver, what do they expect, bargain jewelery!" Sterling Siver for over $200? Change it to white gold and then they will be in the ballpark. If future episodes become infomericals for their products, they will lose viewers by the boat-load! The Darger family has beautiful, wonderful wives who get along and genuinely love each other. The resentment is so thick it can be cut between Meri, Christine and Janelle. The Brown's need to take a lesson from the Dargers!

You know, Ann, the same thing crossed my mind when I saw the prices, as far as the sterling v. white gold goes ... I've owned a lot of silver over the years, and I love white gold, but the silver is much, MUCH cheaper! Oh, well ... maybe they'll listen to their fans, give those who DO want to purchase something some options. The more they hear from you guys, the more likely it is, but we'll just have to wait and see. :/

Submitted by Lana (not verified) on
Polyg. is not how I choose to live my life but I watch their show and really like the Brown's. So, thought I'd check out the women's new online venture. But I was so disappointed at the prices. It was priced much too expensive for my pocket book. I won't visit the website again:(

Submitted by Laura in Ca (not verified) on
I agree with many of the others. I had to go to the site several times brfore I found it functional. Many of the hyperlinks don't work and they obviously need professional assistance with the functionality of the site. The designs are not particularly pretty or cute. The SW necklace looks amateurish not professional and definitely not worth $93.50, and yes Robyn we do understand that the pieces are sterling silver. The poor quality photography doesn't help. The pieces look cheap and ugly in the photos; quality color photos could help enhance the appearance of the pieces. I strongly urge the Browns to go to the local SBA office and ask for a FREE consultation with an experienced executive in the same industry. It seems quite apparent that they have been making decisions based on emotions and assumptions rather than knowledge and solid research and business acumen. I wanted to buy a couple of pieces to be supportive, but couldn't find anything I would be willing to wear or give as a gift. Again Browns, please seek advice from the SBA or SCORE. Obviously, it would have been better to get professional advice at the beginning, but now is better than never. They could help you save your business and your investment. Good luck! I hope your family is able to find success.

Submitted by MelissaRRT (not verified) on
I am wondering, since the family ALL claim that they would rather live in Utah, or at least that is the feelings that me as a viewer felt. Why don't they move back? They have not built the houses yet, so why don't they go back? Is it because of the lawsuit they have against the state for their rights being violated?? It just doesn't make sense to me that IF their teens want to be there and they do?? just makes you say hmmmm

Submitted by lindal (not verified) on
I think that your line of jewelry is really awesome. Yes, some of the pieces are a tad high, but with all jewelry out there, your prices seem to be on the point. I just wish that I had more money to where I could order a piece or two. Maybe sometime in the future, I will have that chance. I am so happy that the ground has finally been broken for your homes. I was really hoping that you would have a home like you left in Utah. But I guess that each wife does deserve her own home and own space. But I would put up a privacy fence up connecting all of the back yards to each house for the kiddos to be able to go to any one of the houses they do desire to be at or visit. It would really be safer for the younger ones to be able to go from home to home like that without the worry of them not being safe in their own yards. Kudos to all of you. I love watching your show and will continue to do so. I hope only for the best for all of you and that you will be able to move into your homes very very soon. Thank you all for sharing your lives with us out here in the world.

Submitted by Mary Donvito (not verified) on
If you guys are to be A family, I don't understand why you did not buy land and build one big house...1 family, 1 home? It would probably be cheaper for you.

Submitted by MelissaRRT (not verified) on
that is just what I said, they could get separate homes within one big house with common living and dining area.. .I can NOT see how that would be more expensive than 4 COMPLETE homes with 5 and 6 rooms each... I also am wondering WHY if they can go back to UTAH why don't they get back into the home they love and ADD ON a "home" for Robin hooked into this one??? WHY? all the kids liked it better and would be happy and the little ones would adjust... BE PRACTICAL!!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I think that they should have built one big house. If they are truly sisterwives, it seems that they would want a big house so they could all be together.

Submitted by shelly (not verified) on
i love sister wives but meri is so greedy. i am sick of meri and robyn crying all the time. get a job ladies and stop begging your fans for money. i love christine, she speaks the truth.

Submitted by MelissaRRT (not verified) on
I about went through the TV when he said that!! I was like OBEY?? NO WAY HE SAID THAT!!! This shows me he is more male chauvinist than I thought!!! THIS WAS SO DEGRADING to the women... They did speak up about his words but I don't think he cared about it.... THAT was disgusting and nasty!!! I am very upset about all this .. HE is making me not want to continue watching.. those women actually looked scared about his anger when he was tired.. and wanting to do it ALL like they are not able to HOOK UP HOSES!! He is not who I thought he was!!!

Submitted by TVwriter (not verified) on
Meri keeps saying that it was her intention to have many more children, but that wasn't in the cards. She doesn't think she should be punished for that. Instead of recognizing that this is NOT punishment, it's just the reality of the situation, she is bound and determined to have what the other sister wives have, no matter how selfish and unreasonable it is. 5 bedrooms, PLUS a hobby room, wet bar, and French doors. Heck, even Janelle was willing to give up the concrete patio, in order to stay on budget. And kudos to Christine for being way UNDER budget. I totally understand Kody's frustration about the baby - Meri is, in effect, holding the family hostage by not making a decision. And make no mistake - it IS Kody and Meri's decision to make, not Mariah's. I personally would have given Meri a deadline a long time ago - and how much do you want to bet that her answer will be no...but as long as she delays her decision, she gets the attention she wants, and the whole family has to hold their breath. That is, IMHO, very un -Christian. In fact, I fear that many members of the family are acting un-Christian. They should pray on that!

Submitted by Melanie Anne (not verified) on
I totally agree with your point on Meri's whining about the baby. You were very astute when you ppinted out that Meri just wants attention and that is why she is not making a decision. She does not want a baby- she wants things, things, things, ! Totally materialistic. She should concentrate on losing sixty pounds and exercising and stop demanding more things for her house !

Submitted by Melanie Anne (not verified) on
Janelle and Christine are my favorite wives ! Janelle is a true role model. She is extremely intelligent, hard working and an awesome mom.i admire her so much. Christine is genuine, positive and honest. I feel Meri is a self absorbed, conceited,mean spirited and cruel. Her treatment of Janelle is disgusting. Of course, Janelle showed her poise by taking the high road over Meri's awful treatment of her. Meri is incredibly selfish and should be living in a much smaller place. Everyone can see it !! Also, Meri's ugly attitude makes her even more unattractive than she already is !! I feel bad for Mariah to have her as a mom. Robin is a big phony with a big nose. Where is her children's father?? They should have a relationship with him ! She is so intent on showing her face on TV that she is not addressing the medical and social needs of her son Dalton.She tries to act sweet and nice, but a phony is a phony. She whines about walking aways from her huge debt. Well, real moms don't live beyond their means and have debts that can't pay! Christine and Janelle, you are the heroines of the show. Don't ever change!

Submitted by TVwriter (not verified) on
Couldn't agree with you more!,

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I watch the show because I find it rather interesting....but at the same time, it is disgusting how dramatic the women are, especially Robin and Meri . C'mon ladies, quit crying over EVERYTHING. I feel so bad for real single moms who have to take care of their children....while struggling and often working two jobs. You, on the other hand, have the child care and financial support of 3 other wives,a reality TV show, a husband....and the occassional hint to the public of needing more money. But you still whine, snivel and complain as if you are almost homeless. What makes you feel entitled??? AND Meri....I understand that you are the first wife...and the only legal one....but that doesnt mean you are entitled to have a 5 bedroom house with all the fixings. you chose the life style....now accept it as an adult.....or leave the relationship and struggle as many single moms do. You may learn a thing or two about being a single mom in the real world ....not reality TV.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Kody, you really make me laugh with your corny statement at the beginning of the show, "Love should be multiplied, not devided!!". Really? You also made a verbal slip the other night about "rotating" between the wives....and I believe it was Robin who asked you to quit saying that. I would say that your zest for multiplying love has some hidden agenda....because wife rotation certainly sounds a little disrespectful. One other thing....have you ever thought how divided your love has become with the wives? Isnt that a little contradictory??? It should be more like, "Love should be multiplied for the men and divided for the women".....because that is what the actual truth is. One other thing, in the finale, you went on about how you talked to your son that sex outside of marriage is wrong. HUH?????? Isnt that why Utah was coming after you?...because of illegal marriage?? Those babies certainly came from somewhere and it wasnt the grocery store. Another contradiction? There was definite sex outside of your marriage. If you feel this show helps people understand plural marriage? Think again.....I am even more disgusted and confused . It just shows one man who uses plural marriage as justification for his disgusting behavior. One other thing.....would you please ask Meri to make a decision?.....this long drawn out cry session over having a baby is really over dramatized.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Ok first of all I don't see what any of these women see in Kody. Janelle appears to be pretty smart, she thought about a business plan before jumping in head first. She realizes the costs of things and previously she worked outside of the home to support the entire bunch while Christine cared for the kids - smart move for those two gals. I would love to see what would happen to the 'family' if she did walk away and they had to fend for themselves. Christine sometimes speaks her mind but then wants to backtrack and sugarcoat it. In my opinion, Meri the monarch rules the roost and watch out for anyone that steps in her path. Janelle and Christine need more of the resources since they are responsible for more children. Janelle should also speak up and defend herself instead of letting Meri walk all over her. Meri is being selfish - plain and simple - she is the first wife and technically the only legal wife so she feels entitled to more because afterall she is sharing her husband. Also, why doesn't Robyn's ex-husband ever get to see his kids. I didn't think you could move your kids out of the state without permission of the ex spouse.

Submitted by Sandy (not verified) on
I truly tried to withhold all judgments and watch the last episode and the questioning session with an open mind to see if we were being to harsh. Shame on the comments here that put down and discuss facial feature and such. What is ruining this show for me is Christine is right. This Family as they knew it is gone. There is an obsession with getting these houses and it rings thin that it's so the Family can be together. If that was the case build a huge house like before. Meri is obsessed with the "stuff" in her house yet not one time have I ever heard her discuss getting a job--not one time. At least Christine and Janelle got their Realtor licenses. Robin is working on the jewelry web site that is clearly a failure as it is. Found it interesting not a single word about it in the last two episodes vs before when it was mentioned all the time. Your example of the love in plurality is also sounding shallow as the emphasis becomes designer make-up and haircuts and nicer cars and clothes and houses. While we should not begrudge you those things it does seem you want us to pay for all your needs with little effort on your part. There will be A natural disinterest eventually in the show as with all shows. How will you pay for the homes then? Where is your pride and why would you not all be talking about your work. Even when you were in Utah and Janell worked and Christine stayed home with the children, there was a brief mention of a Part-time job Meri had that did not work out. So has it always been this way? She's the senior wife so she gets to rule the roost with no or little contribution.? I too admire Janell's grace and forgiveness but hope she keeps finding her voice and stands up to the crazy imbalance in responsibilities in the Family. Meri clearly does not want another child. Don't blame her she has a grown child who is leaving. What right does her Daughter or anyone have to guilt her about that? Go get a job Meri and show us the powerful woman underneath this game you play now.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Ok first of all I don't see what any of these women see in Kody. Janelle appears to be pretty smart, she thought about a business plan before jumping in head first. She realizes the costs of things and previously she worked outside of the home to support the entire bunch while Christine cared for the kids - smart move for those two gals. I would love to see what would happen to the 'family' if she did walk away and they had to fend for themselves. Christine sometimes speaks her mind but then wants to backtrack and sugarcoat it. In my opinion, Meri the monarch rules the roost and watch out for anyone that steps in her path. Janelle and Christine need more of the resources since they are responsible for more children. Janelle should also speak up and defend herself instead of letting Meri walk all over her. Meri is being selfish - plain and simple - she is the first wife and technically the only legal wife so she feels entitled to more because afterall she is sharing her husband. Also, why doesn't Robyn's ex-husband ever get to see his kids. I didn't think you could move your kids out of the state without permission of the ex spouse.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I think the concept of the designs are cool, I like the Irish Wedding theme, I like the rings that can be separated, but I think the S and W are not as pretty as they could be. BUT the prices are UNREAL. I think these ladies live in the dream world too much. I love them and I too believe in having faith, but they seem greedy asking for those prices, if the overhead cost is high, they need to find different manufactures. They of all people should know that that amount is crazy insane unreal! Prices should be half of what they are, even if they are sterling silver!! GET REAL! Maybe their hopes are set too high and their taste for what they want in life is too high, they talk about the four home being all about being together, but it seem like luxury is a very, too close second!!

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