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'Sister Wives' Season 3: Surrogacy and a joint house?

"Sister Wives" returns Sunday, May 13 for its third season on TLC and Wednesday (May 9) Kody Brown and his four wives, Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn, appeared on "Anderson" to talk about their new book and the upcoming season of their reality show.When we last left the Brown family, they had moved to Las Vegas out of fear of prosecution for polygamy in Utah and Robyn was going into labor with her fourth child, but first child with new husband Kody. In some Season 3 clips previewed on "Anderson," we see that after the birth of Solomon, Robyn and Kody's son, Robyn tearfully offers to Meri (who has never been able to get pregnant after her first child, Mariah) to be her surrogate if that's something Meri wants to do."It's something I'm looking into," Meri tells Anderson.That would certainly be an exciting Season 3 storyline! Also an exciting storyline that Kody teases is how... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/05/sister-wives-season-3-surrogacy-and-a-joint-house.html

'Sister Wives' Family Sues State Over Bigamy

 A federal judge has ruled there's sufficient evidence to allow a polygamous family made famous by a reality TV show to pursue a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Utah's bigamy law. U.S. District Judge Clark Waddoups on Friday dismissed Utah's governor and attorney general from the case, but allowed the suit to proceed against Utah County Attorney Jeffrey Buhman, the Deseret News and Salt Lake Tribune report. Buhman threatened to prosecute Kody Brown and his four wives – Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn – after the TLC show "Sister Wives" debuted in September 2010, but his office has not filed charges. The family sued Buhman, Gov. Gary Herbert and Attorney General Mark Shurtleff in July 2011, claiming Utah's bigamy statute violates its constitutional rights to due process, equal protection, free exercise of religion, free speech and freedom of association. Read More... //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/wMPHBbYJ0WQ/sister-wives-law-suit-bigamy_n_1255622.html

Robyn Gives Birth to a Healthy Son on 'Sister Wives' (VIDEO)

Robyn brought another baby, her first with Kody, into the extended family, and the cameras of 'Sister Wives' (Sun., 9PM ET on TLC) were there to catch every moment. Kody, an old pro at this by now, was by his wife's side as she delivered at home and in bed. It was a much smoother and more serene looking birth than what you usually see in a hospital room. The new mother's face lit up as the baby was brought right away into her waiting arms, umbilical cord still attached, and before they could even begin to clean their new son up, he let out his first healthy cry. It was a beautiful moment for the couple and the entire family. //www.aoltv.com/2011/11/28/robyn-gives-birth-to-a-healthy-son-on-sister-wives-video/

'Sister Wives' Season Finale Preview: Brown Teens Sound Off on New Baby

On the season finale of 'Sister Wives' (Sun., Nov. 27, 9PM ET on TLC), Robyn's baby, Solomon, is on the way! But what do the other Brown children think about the new addition? In the preview below, Hunter and Madison express concern about their growing family. Robyn is still new to the clan, will a baby help adjust the family dynamics? "I don't know what I think about the baby," Madison said. "I don't know if I really feel happy that we're having a baby because, I just don't know." Check out the video after the jump. //www.aoltv.com/2011/11/26/sister-wives-season-finale-video/

Sister Wives Season-Finale First Look: Robyn and Meri Bond Over Baby Solomon

Nothing quite like a new baby to bring sister wives closer together! This is exactly what happens for first wife Meri on the season finale of Sister Wives this Sunday on TLC, when the... //feeds.eonline.com/~r/eonline/kristin/~3/pSobN7mW98k/276491

Sneak Peek: 'Sister Wives' Girls Night Out Leaves Kody Close to Tears (VIDEO)

What happens when your four wives decide to have a girls night out, leaving you home alone to watch your 17 children? Oh boy ... I can already tell I'm going to love this episode. In our exclusive sneak peek of this week's 'Sister Wives' (Sun., Nov. 20, 9PM ET on TLC), we see polygamist patriarch Kody Brown struggling to keep it together while getting his kids to do their homework, to clean up and to stop sniffing yummy smelling markers. After a few complaints about never getting a guys night out for himself, Kody is close to tears trying to juggle and micromanage it all without Meri, Janelle, Christine or Robyn around to regulate. //www.aoltv.com/2011/11/18/sister-wives-girls-night-out-sneak-peek/

New 'Sister Wives' Clip: Sister Wives or Brother Husbands?

TLC's 'Sister Wives' gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the Brown family, a typical American family living a lifestyle that most people would find unusual. Kody Brown, his four wives and their now 17 kids are your typical polygamist family, but what if it was the other way around? Introducing the 'Brother Husbands.' When the Brown family accepts an invitation from a religious professor to talk to her students in Boston, things get a little uncomfortable when a student suggests an alternative polygamist lifestyle -- one with one wife and multiple husbands. But don't worry, according to first wife Meri, this will never happen. "The way that the plural marriage is for us, and the way that we believe and the one that we've accepted, is that there is one husband and multiple wives," Meri explains. //www.aoltv.com/2011/11/12/new-sister-wives-clip-sister-wives-or-brother-husbands/

The 'Sister Wives' Discuss Some of Their Concerns With Friends (VIDEO)

Kody Brown and his 'Sister Wives' (Sun., 9PM ET on TLC) have chosen to live their lives in the public eye. As a result of their polygamous lifestyle they've been heavily criticized and even threatened with prosecution. This week the Browns talked to their friends Andy and Nicole about some of their concerns about having sister wives. Nicole says that "My fears are not having Andy with me every night, or my kids ... for them not to be around their dad all the time." The sister wives agreed that it's important for all the family members to want to be a part of the extended family, and Kody Brown concurred that it's hard work. "You have to work it out. You have to get it figured out. And it's not perfect on the first day." //www.aoltv.com/2011/11/07/the-sister-wives-discuss-their-concerns-with-friends-video/

EXCLUSIVE Sneak Peek: TLC's 'Sister Wives' Swap Kids

TLC's 'Sister Wives' gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at a very unique American family: Kody Brown, his four wives and their now 17 kids are your typical polygamist family, but for most people, it's considered an unorthodox lifestyle. In our exclusive sneak peek from this week's episode (Sun., Oct. 30, 9PM ET), we see a storyline that might be the show's most controversial yet. Wife Christine admits that she doesn't get along with her eight-year-old daughter Ysabel -- "I know it's ridiculous to butt heads with an eight-year-old, but we do" -- so Ysabel is packing her bags and moving in with other wife Meri. "Christine gets disrespect from Ysabel, and it's the funniest thing ... " Kody says during one confessional, before Christine promptly corrects him. "It is not the funniest thing." //www.aoltv.com/2011/10/28/exclusive-sister-wives-swap-kids/

'Sister Wives' Family Welcomes 17th Child

Kody Brown , star of TLC’s  Sister Wives , is now the proud father of 17 children. The patriarch and his fourth wife,  Robyn,  had a baby boy on Wednesday. They named their 17th child  Solomon Brown . One of Brown’s other children,  Aspyn , tweeted on Wednesday, "Solomon is born!! Finally." This is the first child for Kody, 43, and Robyn, 33, who married into the family last year. Robyn has three children from a previous marriage. Their wedding was shown on the TLC reality show. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/trO4NkxVtq0/sister-wives-family-17th-baby-253861