This response is gold. Aspyn Brown — one of the daughters of Sister Wives stars Kody and Christine Brown — had an epic response to an Instagram comment suggesting she give her mom a grandchild. When Christine, 47, shared a sweet photo of Maddie Brown’s son, Axel, Aspyn, 24, replied, “What a sweetie.” That prompted a fan to comment, “@aspynbrownthompson no pressure (I was married a month before you and I GET IT) but let’s give this woman more!” Aspyn answered, “OK just because you asked me to have a baby I’ll do it for sure.” LOL.
Christine is currently in North Carolina with Maddie, 23, and her family awaiting the birth of her second child. Although she is not Maddie’s biological mother, the two are close, and Maddie’s mom, Janelle Brown, is there as well. She clearly considers 2-year-old Axel her grandson, and will likely consider Maddie’s baby girl a grandkid, too. And honestly? Aspyn just got married in June 2018 and moved to Utah with her husband, Mitch Thompson, in May. She doesn’t need any sort of pressure, even in jest, to add a child into the mix unless that’s what she wants.
Aspyn shared on Instagram that she also graduated from college on the same day she and her spouse moved to another state. “The last couple days have been filled with ups and downs and bittersweets,” she wrote on May 20. “I graduated then on the same day Mitch and I moved to Utah so I could be ready to start work today! See? A little crazy for sure but I am here for it and ready. And scared. I took public transit to get to work which I love but it’s a lot to navigate. Also, I left some people who I will miss so so much and leaving them is the toughest. Keep sending the good vibes, my friends!! ☀️💛 It is all good, but it is new.”
With the Sister Wives family getting ready for the arrival of Maddie’s daughter — and getting to love on Axel whenever they can — there’s really no rush at all for Aspyn to give them another grandbaby. Heck, maybe she doesn’t want kids in the first place! In any case, it’s not really a random Instagram user’s business, is it?
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