Sister Wives Spoilers: Robyn Brown Missing The Real Message Maybe Downsizing Is The Answer?
Sisterwives Robyn Brown keeps professing that God will provide her with a rental home because buying is not the answer. However, Robyn insists on a six-bedroom house that they cannot find. Are six bedrooms really necessary? Can some of the kids not make sacrifices to have a home?
TLC Sister Wives Spoilers: The Brown Have Five Kids
Robyn and Kody Brown have five kids in their home, two teenage girls, a teenage son, and two younger children. The youngest girl stays in her parent’s room. That alone would make a five-bedroom house a workable solution. The two older girls could share a room to make a four-bedroom home work for now.
If nothing else was available the two boys could bunk together, for now, to even make a three-bedroom home a possibility. After all, Kody and his first three wives shared a single wide mobile home at one time. Allowances and be made and items can be placed in storage to make something work if you need to do it badly enough. Sometimes you have to make some concessions to make the bigger picture work.
TLC Sister Wives Spoilers: The Rental Would Be Temporary
Instead of buying, Sisterwives’ Kody and Robyn could rent a smaller house and proceed to build on their property at Coyote Pass. The goal is to get homes built on their property instead of continuing to spend money on rentals.
Since the rental home the Brown’s are in has already sold and Robyn doesn’t want to purchase another home, they may have to make some adjustments to their home situation. Would a smaller home now not be worth it if it would get them onto their property and in their own home faster?
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TLC Sister Wives Spoilers: Robyn Believes God Will Provide
Sisterwives Robyn has argued with Kody that God will provide them with a rental. Well God may be providing, just not what Robyn seems to be demanding. If a six-bedroom house if not available, the obvious solution would be to rent something smaller. Some of their stuff might need to be placed in a storage facility but at least they would have a home. Robyn says she feel’s “homeless”. With two months to get out of their current house, homeless is exactly what they are going to be if something doesn’t change.
Buying may not be the route that Robyn wants to go, but downsizing just may be something that the family has to do is she want to avoid buying yet another house. Sometimes you have to give a little one way or the other and downsizing would certainly be a more affordable option.