When "Sister Wives" returns to TLC on Sunday, the show featuring the controversial polygamist Mormon family will be broadcast from Las Vegas instead of Utah.
"I love Vegas -- it's my new home town! But I miss the four seasons," Jenelle Brown told The Huffington Post.
"Vegas has been good to us. I miss our friends and our religious community in Utah," added her husband, Kody Brown.
But the Browns are also having trouble setting up shop in Vegas. Discussing how difficult it can be to get even one mortgage these days, the family members also revealed how hard it is to get the money to build four homes next to one another on a piece of land they found in Vegas.
“We all have credit issues we're working on. We're working together as a team to fix those issues in order to qualify for the home loans ," said Kody, husband of four women and father of 17.
Kody and his wives also said that they're at peace with the fact that as their children grow old enough to make their own decisions about their future, they may not want to embrace the same type of lifestyle.
"Madison is our daughter and like all of our children, she'll be free to choose her own path," Janelle said. This inclusive attitude doesn't just apply to the family’s children. They are very vocal about their support for gay marriage, and family member Christine told HuffPost earlier this year that she thinks "we should be able to marry who we love."
"Sister Wives" premieres on TLC Sunday, Nov. 18, at 9 p.m ET.