'Welcome to Plathville' Season 2: Kim worries Micah and Moriah might 'plant seeds of rebellion' in younger children

Right from being homeschooled to no sugar in the house, Kim and Barry thought they had set up rules that would help their children for life


                            'Welcome to Plathville' Season 2: Kim worries Micah and Moriah might 'plant seeds of rebellion' in younger children
Kim, Barry, Micah and Moriah (TLC)
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'Welcome to Plathville' is back with Season 2, and there is a lot that has happened in the Plath family. Micah and Moriah Plath decided to move out of their parents Kim and Barry Plath's house. The pair managed to rent out a house for themselves and had jobs to support their lifestyle. However, with this new change, Kim and Barry wondered how the younger children of the household would be affected. While growing up, the pair made sure they had rules step up in the house. Right from being homeschooled to no sugar in the house, Kim and Barry thought they had set up rules that would help their children for life. 

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Things changed when Micah and Moriah were introduced to a life outside their 55-acre farmland. Thanks to their sister-in-law Olivia Plath, the pair managed to see a life they had never seen before. Now, Micah focuses on modeling and has been doing different photoshoots to make sure he is able to support himself. 

Meanwhile, Moriah has been doing two jobs while taking classes. The two have managed to make a life for themselves. However, things have not been the same in the house. Micah and Moriah decided to visit their siblings after staying away for nearly four months. While they were excited to meet their siblings, Moriah and Micah knew it would be hard to spend time as their meetings were supervised. 

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Micah revealed his mother or father would be present in the room if they were to spend time in the house as they were not happy with the lifestyle they had chosen. Speaking to the camera, Kim agreed she was worried that Micah and Moriah might "plant seeds of rebellion and bitterness in younger children." 

In season one, Kim had made it clear she did not appreciate Micah entering the modeling industry or Moriah changing her way of living. Seeing how the two have taken a different direction in life, she was worried about how it would affect the children. While she has been worried about Micah and Moriah, Kim is making sure she puts her attention on the younger children to ensure history is not repeated. 

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'Welcome To Plathville' airs on Tuesdays at 10 pm ET on TLC.