Fairness: It almost seems too simple a concept to have to discuss, right? We all learned in school as kids to be equal (or equitable), impartial, consistent and employ due process. However, as adults we sometimes forget these lessons. Many of us comment on how Kody is unequal / inequitable with his time and affection among his wives. A big concern is how he spends his time as a dad with his kids. Is it equal / equitable? That would be very difficult when Mariah would receive more attention during his stay at Meri’s than would occur for Janelle’s 6 kids or Christine’s 6 kids during his stays at their homes. This is one thing that bothers me a lot because children are so important and once we harm their psyches we cannot “unring the bell”.
Logan has shown himself to be a fine young man who cares for and about his siblings. I don’t know too many 15 or 16 year old boys who are up and making breakfast. To be fair, we did see the family paint Grandma Brown’s house and help on the ranch in one episode. Perhaps those kinds of things are done all the time; if so it would be nice to at least hear more references to them. I am, however, thinking more along the lines of caring touches when there were tears on the TH couch and other everyday gestures of caring; I rarely saw any type of comforting gestures when heavy emotions are present.
Written By; TERRASOLA!