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Sister Wives' Robyn Delivers Baby, Family's Seventeenth Child

And baby makes 22!

The fourth wife of polygamist Kody Brown has delivered the couples’ first child together.  The baby is Kody’s seventeenth child, however.

Brown, his four wives and their children start on the hit reality show Sister Wives on TLC.

As PEOPLE reports, the little boy was born at 2:02 a.m. this morning at the couple’s home in Las Vegas.

The baby boy weighed in at 9 lbs., 10.5 oz., and is 22 inches long.

“He’s perfect and we couldn’t be happier,” Kody tells PEOPLE. “We are so thrilled.”

The couple have named their child Solomon Brown.

If you’ve been following the show you’ll know that Kody and Robyn, who are 43 and 33, married last season. After being investigated on bigamy charges when Sister Wives first aired on television, the entire Brown family Brown moved from Utah to Las Vegas. The Browns have since filed a federal lawsuit in July challenging the constitutionality of Utah’s bigamy law

The second season of the show started in Vegas where the family is slowly adjusting to living in four houses (one for each wife) as opposed to the one large house they shared in Utah. Kody is no stranger to pregnancy or childbirth, here is the breakdown of the entire Brown family:

Brown’s first and only legal wife Meri, 40, their daughter, Meriah, 16; wife Janelle, 42, and their children Logan, 17, Madison, 15, Hunter, 14, Garrison, 13, Gabriel, 10, and Savanah, 6; and wife Christine, 39, and their children Aspyn, 16, Mykelti, 15, Paedon, 13, Gwendyln, 10, Ysabel, 8, and Truely, 1 added Robyn and her three children from a previous marriage, Dayton, 11, Aurora, 9, and Breanna, 7. And now, little Solomon makes seventeen.

Sister Wives airs Sunday nights (9 p.m. ET) on TLC. Solomon’s birth will air on the show’s season finale on Nov. 27.

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