Did The Sister Wives Kids Dislike Meri For Setting Limits & Boundaries?

Sister Wives fans noticed that Meri Brown unfollowed the other wives on social media. In fact, these days, she distances herself from toxicity, so perhaps that’s why. TLC fans suspect there’s a lot of bad feeling between Kody’s first wife and Janelle, Christine, and Robyn. Allegedly, some of the kids don’t get along with her either. Fans discussed it this week, and one fan suggested they didn’t like her as she set boundaries and limits.

Sister Wives Star Meri Brown Has Some Friends

Rumors arose that “Nobody is close to Meri,” and that the family avoid her. That came in April this year via Kendra Pollard-Parra, a family friend of the Brown family. Well, presumably she doesn’t like Meri at all, so some media outlets might dismiss the truth of that. Actually, Meri does have some friends, and even Kendra mentioned that her friends mostly come from outside of the family.

Fans know for a start, that she gets along with Robyn’s kids, Breanna, & Aurora. Plus, she still follows Christine’s daughter, Ysabel on social media. She also enjoys a good relationship with a friend named Blair and accumulated some friends from LulaRoe. Of course, she also likes her own daughter Mariah and her fiance, Audrey Kriss.

The Sister Wives star also does her weekly live podcast, Friday With Friends on Instagram. There, fans see a likable, outgoing, and fun personality in Meri. Her friend Jenn Sullivan seems very loyal and supportive of her. If there are problems and tension between the Brown family, that is really kind of obvious. After all, the dynamics of polygamy seem very complex.

It’s quite likely that the various moms ran into issues with all of the kids over the years as well. The Sun US reported in 2020, that allegedly, Meri skipped the birth of Maddie Brown’s daughter, Evie-K. Allegedly, a communication between them used the word, “vicious.”

Sister Wives Star Kody Claimed His Issues With Meri Relate To The Kids

The outlet also noted, “On another Sister Wives episode, Kody, 51, admitted one of his marital issues with Meri is her relationship with other family members, ‘specific to the kids.” Perhaps that’s why TLC fans assumed that Maddie Brown Brush referred to her in a now-deleted post.

The outlet noted that Maddie said, “Try being scared of someone your whole f**king life and she plays like she’s the one whose hurting! She was a monster! Now she’s attacking one of the few safety nets you had?” Then she added, “You can’t sub tweet s**t and not expect retaliation. Loyalty goes to those who were always kind.” However, Maddie didn’t actually mention Meri by name.

On September 16, 2021, @withoutacrystalball on Instagram talked about how the Sister Wives star seems distant. In her caption, Katie Joy said, “WOACB is not alleging that Meri Brown abused any children. Only repeating what Maddie tweeted. Additionally, Maddie & Meri’s relationship remains strained to this day.” Then, she asked, “What aren’t we seeing on the show about this family? What aren’t they telling us?

Sister Wives Kids Dislike Meri For Setting Limits and Boundaries

Well, fans discussed that probably a lot of things are not shown. However, others talked about the kids.

TLC Fan Wonders About Discipline And Boundaries

One fan made a good point about Meri Brown and the kids. They wrote, “Janelle mentioned meri never liked having the kids run through her side of the house when they lived together. She would insist they go around to the front door! I have to say I would have been like that too, so I thought no big deal. Maybe the kids thought she was mean because she set limits and boundaries.”

What are your thoughts? Do you agree that might be a strong possibility? Sound off in the comments below.

Be sure to catch up on everything happening with the Brown family right now. Come back here often for more Sister Wives spoilers, news, rumors, and updates.

JJ Flowers

I am a freelance journalist, self-published author, and a senior curator at Blasting News on the USA platform. I studied journalism and human communications in Australia and New Zealand. I have been writing and publishing since 2001.

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