I have no idea what I think it is. We have been utterly blessed! This is what moving while being pregnant looks like. We are so excited for all the new adventures! To date, Axel is the only grandchild in the Brown family. Thanks Maddie!
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'Sister Wives' Star Maddie Brown Reveals New Baby Bump Photo and Fans Are Loving It
When Aimee Morrisby decided to try to get pregnant, one of the people she confided in was her beloved sister, Shayna. Aimee Morrisby, pictured above, had spent five long years trying to get pregnant without success. After so much time spent trying to conceive without success, Morrisby was trying to adjust to the possibility she might never be a mom. Wiffen, already the mom of two kids of her own, was ready to get pregnant again, but not with her own baby. Her doctor suggested that, if she wanted kids, it would be a good idea to conceive now, or risk never being able to carry a baby. The Morrisbys went through painful round after round of IVF, and suffered four miscarriages in five years.
Eagle-eyed fans of Sister Wives have theorized that Robyn is pregnant again. After all, the Browns have a lot to deal with between the move and rumors that Meri Brown has been ousted from the family. Reddit users surmise that Robyn might be in the family way after seeing recent show clips.
The show documents the life of a polygamist family, which includes father Kody Brown, his four wives Meri, Janelle, Christine, and Robyn , and their 18 children. The family began the series living in Lehi , Utah , but has since moved to Las Vegas , Nevada in , and the unincorporated township of Baderville, Arizona, northwest of Flagstaff, Arizona in mid Brown and his four wives have stated they participated in the show to make the public more aware of polygamist families and to combat societal prejudices. Brown believes his polygamist arrangement is legal because he is legally married only to one woman, and the other marriages are spiritual unions. The series led to the Brown family being investigated for possible prosecution.