Nov. 23, 2011 at 12:11 PM ET
The newest member of the “Sister Wives” family, baby Solomon, arrived in October, but thanks to the delay of reality TV, the blessed event is only now on the way to the small screen. And as it turns out, not everyone in the family considered it good news.
On the upcoming “Sister Wives” season finale, some of the children Kody Brown had with his first three wives expressed their feelings about the addition of one more member joining their already big brood.
“I honestly think we already have almost more kids than we can handle,” Hunter, son of wife No. 2 Janelle, said, shaking his head. “And the fact that we’re just having more, it’s … I don’t know.”
As regular viewers know, Hunter, along with his sister Madison, has had a tough time adjusting since the family left Utah behind and moved to Las Vegas. And once again, Madison feels much the same as her little brother.
“I’m glad (fourth wife) Robyn’s having a baby, and I think it’s happy for her, but I don’t know if I’m excited,” she said. “I don’t know what I think about the baby. I don’t know that I really feel happy that we’re having a baby, ‘cause … I just don’t know. … We have so many kids right now, that I don’t know.”
Hunter then added, “You can’t love someone you don’t know.”
But not all of the Brown family’s 16 kids felt the same way about the baby.
“I love him,” Mariah, Kody’s only child with first wife Meri, insisted.
See how the family handles this emotional time when the “Sister Wives” season finale airs Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on TLC.
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