One of eighteen children — shared between his father and sister wives Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn — Paedon is officially setting his boundary when it comes to adding new babies to the bustling Brown family.
"Dear God, I have enough siblings," the TLC personality told Us Weekly. "Please, no! I want to make this clear. I don’t want more kids in the family."
Christine's son added, "nieces and nephews are fine" but joked that he would not be cool with any more kids from "any wives."
Paedon may have grown up in a big family, but when it comes to polygamy, the reality star also explained that he had known since he was about 7-years-old that this was not the lifestyle he would choose for himself as an adult.
Paedon also shared that despite the unconventional brood's unique family, Kody has never pushed plural marriage on any of his children.
"They have been supportive in just about everything we’ve done," he said of his combined parents. "Mariah coming out, they were very supportive. Me joining the army, they were very supportive. … To the best of my memory, I have never been pushed toward [polygamy] — toward anything."
As far as Christine goes, following her bombshell split from Kody after 27 years of marriage, Paedon said that his mom was officially done with plural marriage for good.
"She’s grateful for the sister wives," he pointed out. "I think it’s the same thing for the kids. We’re all grateful for it, she’s grateful for it, but it’s just not for us and just not for her anymore."
Christine and Kody got married in 1994 and share five other children aside from Paedon — Aspyn, 26, Mykelti, 25, Gwendlyn, 20, Ysabel, 18, and Truely, 11.