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Sister Wives Season Finale Tomorrow: It’s Baby Time

November 26, 2011 10:00 AM by Lisa Princ

If you are a fan of TLC‘s hit series Sister Wives, you are probably anticipating the season finale tomorrow, when it’s time for the newest addition to arrive. Keep reading for a sneak peek into the children’s thoughts on their growing family!

TLC’s hit show, Sister Wives will air it’s season finale tomorrow at 9 pm, but what can we expect to see as Robyn nears the birth of the family’s seventeenth child? The siblings have mixed feelings on the new baby, as Hunter and Madison air their concerns about the newest addition, while others seem to be happy about the expanding family. Take a look at the clip below for a sneak peek of what we can expect to see.

The new baby, who the couple have named Solomon, will join 16 siblings. Kody is legally married to Meri, with whom he has 16-year-old daughter Mariah. He and Janelle are parents of Logan, 17, Madison, 15, Hunter, 14, Garrison, 13, Gabriel, 10, and Savanah, 6. Kody and Christine are parents of Aspyn, 16, Mykelti, 15, Paedon, 13, Gwendyln, 10, Ysabel, 8, and Truely, 1. Meanwhile, Robyn, who was brought in on the season one finale, has three children from her previous marriage, Dayton, 11, Aurora, 9, and Breanna, 7. Solomon will be Robyn and Kody’s first child together, and will bring the family to 17 children total – catching up to the Duggars!

Are you looking forward to the season finale of Sister Wives, and the birth of baby Solomon? Or do you think this family is just plain sick? Comment and share your thoughts with us!

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6 Responses to “Sister Wives Season Finale Tomorrow: It’s Baby Time”

  1. June Says:
    November 27th, 2011 at 7:22 am

    Was surprised this show made it as long as it did, I thought it was stupid!!!!

  2. Dena Says:
    November 27th, 2011 at 6:23 pm

    I don’t care of Kim K. is knocked up or
    locked up. Who is she anyway? Just a wannabe

  3. Judy Lett Says:
    November 27th, 2011 at 8:45 pm

    I love Sister Wives. They have the key to a happy marriage and family. It’s a well-known fact that all men cheat – that’s why the divorce rate is over 50%. Here’s the answer to that problem. Accept his new “wife” as part of the family and there’s no need for divorce. There’s also no need for housekeepers, cooks, babysitters, or therapists. There’s four women helping each other in every way; physically, spiritually, and mentally. If they have a problem with teenagers, the other “mothers” help out. It just totally makes sense. And for those who think Kody is “controlling” or “using” these women — you can’t be serious!! Every one of the women is self-willed and independent. If anything, they make the decisions and he does what they say. I think this is a wonderful family and a wonderful show.

  4. Kelly Says:
    November 28th, 2011 at 12:02 am

    Can you give me name of the song that was played on the episode that aired on 11/27/11 when Solomon was born.
    Thank you

  5. Amy Says:
    November 28th, 2011 at 11:22 am

    I appreciate this show, I am not against their beleifes but they really show you the true struggles a family can go through. I can relate through my blended family, it is hard, much harder than I would have ever anticipated and when I watch Sister Wives it helps me realize that I am not alone in my feelings. Robyn just having Soloman is now a new struggle my husband and I will be dealing with since we will be expecting our first baby together, adding to 6 kids and hoping for the acceptance from the other kids for us to all be a united family and no jealousy. So as far as the show goes, I really love it, we all need something to relate to!

  6. Tara Says:
    November 28th, 2011 at 4:32 pm

    It’s called Children’s Praise by Jolene Kearns: “Children’s Praise” by Jolene Kearns Songs of praise we sing, to our Savior King, who hassaid “Let littlechildren come.” For of such said He, “Shall My kingdom be, kingdom of the ransom g…


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