I presently haven't found where Robyn said she planned on never moving again; I will post if I do, I know she said it somewhere! UPDATE! FOUND IT! It was on TLC's "Sister Wives Answers Your Questions" Post:
How do you see your family in the future - is Las Vegas a permanent move? - Dawn K.ROBYN: Las Vegas better be permanent! I want to settle, put down some roots and make a nest for our family especially now that I am pregnant.
BUT ALSO CHRISTINE:
I love it here, and my older children, ASPYN, MYKELTI, and PAEDON have all commented that they love living in Vegas and would really struggle if we decided to move back.
Brown -- who was at the center of the felony bigamy investigation in Utah -- shouldn't face as much scrutiny for his living situation in Nevada ... where cohabitation between a man and his unlicensed "wives" is not a crime.
Brown family attorney Jonathan Turley tells us neither Kody nor his wives have been hit with any charges stemming from the Utah investigation. As for the move -- we're told the fam should be on the road in the next few days.
LEHI — A polygamous Lehi family featured on the reality show "Sister Wives" has moved to Nevada. Kody Brown, his four wives and 16 children left Utah to pursue new opportunities, said their attorney Jonathan Turley.
Jonathon Turley himself:
"The Browns moved without any charges pending, Turley said. "In the past, state officials have made it clear to polygamous families in Utah that they would not proceed against them absent evidence of some collateral crime such as child abuse," he said. "No such crimes were found in the Brown family after an extensive field investigation."Turley lauded the county attorney's office for showing "commendable judgment and discretion" in the case." (Jan 19, 2011)
Confused? I am.
OPEN QUESTION TO THE BROWNS - Why did you move?