'Sister Wives': Christine surprises her family with a puppy to help the children feel at home
The Brown family decided to move to Flagstaff from Las Vegas with the hope that they will be able to build their family there but it seems like the young ones of the house are finding it hard to adjust to the new place. When the family first decided to move to Flagstaff, the sister wives seemed hesitant to make the move.
To add to it, the young ones were also not keen about the move as they did not want to leave their friends behind. Many of them thought that they were uprooted from their home and wondered how things would be in the new place. While the shift has been done, it looks like they are still having a hard time getting adjusted.
Christine Brown revealed that her daughters, Gwendlyn Brown and Truely Brown, were not ready to accept the place completely. Christine revealed that Gwendlyn seemed upset about the move and would often spend most of her time in the room after coming back from school. To make things better for her, she thought that the best way to make her happy would be to bring a dog into the house.
Gwendlyn was excited to see the puppy and instantly felt happiness take over her. However, Truely was not too pleased. She happens to like cats more than dogs and wasn't pleased to see that a dog was there in the house. However, she got around it and decided to meet the dog before making any judgments.
Luckily, her fear of dogs went away once she started petting it. Hearing this Jenelle Brown weighed in stating that her son, Gabriel was also having a hard time adjusting to the new place. She revealed that he is settling in but it is not the same as it was in Las Vegas. Even though the young ones are having a hard time getting adjusted with the new place, it looks like the sister wives are trying their best to make them feel at home.
'Sister Wives' airs on Sundays at 10 pm ET on TLC.