Unveiling the Real Reason Behind Logan and Michelle’s Decision to Not Have Children: Janelle’s Insider Scoop!

Logan and Michelle Brown, who are part of the well-known Brown family from the popular TV show Sister Wives, have opted not to have children of their own. This decision is personal and one they do not discuss with many people. Although Logan comes from a large family with 18 siblings, he and Michelle have decided to remain childless. In this article, we delve into the reasons behind their choice and how it impacts their relationships, goals, and happiness.

Sister Wives: Janelle Reveals Logan   Michelle's SECRET Reason For Not  Having Kids!

Logan Brown, who is the eldest son of Kody and Janelle Brown from the popular reality TV show Sister Wives, got married to his long-term girlfriend, Michelle Petty, in a stunning ceremony last October. Since then, the couple appears to be enjoying their lives together. However, fans of the show have been curious about why Logan and Michelle have not had any children yet. Considering Logan comes from a large family of 18 siblings and his parents were part of a plural marriage arrangement, it’s natural to assume that he would want to follow in their footsteps and start a big family.

Actually, that’s not the case. Janelle Brown, who is Logan’s mother, recently gave fans a sneak peek into the couple’s life on Instagram. She shared a video of Logan holding one of Mykelti’s twins as the baby slept on his shoulder while he danced with a beer jug. Additionally, the Sister Wives stars were seen bonding with the babies at Gwendlyn’s wedding and Janelle praised Logan and Michelle in her posts, referring to him as the ultimate “funcle” awardee. According to Janelle, although Logan and Michelle have no plans of having children, they will undoubtedly be the most excellent aunt and uncle any child could have.

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Michelle Petty and Logan Brown have garnered positive feedback from viewers for not feeling obligated to start a family. The fans have shared their views, saying that this is a breath of fresh air as they don’t want to see couples being forced to have children. One fan has even taken it a step further, suggesting that we normalize not asking couples when they plan to have kids. Meanwhile, another fan has echoed the same sentiment, urging others to respect people’s privacy and let them enjoy the children in their family. Ultimately, if someone isn’t fond of this idea, it’s best to keep scrolling.

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