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Have you ever wondered whether the grass is greener on the other side of the fence? Two wives discover that it often isn't when they literally switch families. Each week from across the country, two families with very different values are chosen to take part in a two-week long challenge. The wives from these two families exchange husbands, children and lives but not bedrooms to discover just what it's like to live another woman's life. It's a mind-blowing experiment that can end up changing their lives forever. In the first week of the swap, the wives move in and adopt their new family's lifestyle, no matter how different it may be. They agree to follow a manual written by the departing wife that sets out the rules of their new household - how they parent, shop, do the house work, manage their budgets and their social life. In the second week, everything changes. The new wives take charge. They introduce their own set of rules and get to run the new household their way.
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Unlock all Paramount Network content using your TV provider. Wife Swap. A health-obsessed, perfectionist mom swaps places with a laid-back stay-at-home dad who is all about fun, and their families have an eye-opening experience in the process.
And it was the most miserable and lousy choice I ever made. Honestly, it isn't her fault. You are commenting using your WordPress. Should either of you sisters raise your children and wonder what faith will they choose. I get to experience the joys of his culture, which I never would have known otherwise. I work in a different industry and have worked away from home my fair share. This is tough enough when the kids are babies, but when they're older - teenagers - you'll get to tackle all of the hormone-fueled angst, drama, school difficulties, homework, school activities, and be the scapegoat when the kids get mad at you.