Last week on Married to Jonas, Danielle Deleasa and Kevin Jonas went to Texas to visit the Jonas compound where mom, Denise Jonas and dad, Joe Jonas, live. Did you see last week’s episode? If you missed any of it, you can read the full recap here.
During the Texas visit we learned that Denise is a control freak and the mother-in-law from hell. Grandpa, Jerry Jonas has been diagnosed with cancer and Danielle is anxious and has been battling with her condition for years, but she is on anti-anxiety medication to alleviate the symptoms.
In the next episode of Married to Jonas, Kevin could easily hire a contractor to plant a tree, but he is going to do it himself. It can’t be that hard, or can it? Well, Kevin thinks this is a simple home improvement project and since he put up his Christmas tree lights himself, then this must be a breeze.
Meanwhile, Danielle goes to the spa for some relaxation, most likely from all the stress that Denise put her through in the last episode.
Danielle’s health is already fragile with her anxiety and the level of stress she has to deal with in the Jonas family, but now her father, Bucky Deleasa, is having a problem of his own when he plays a game of Bocce with Kevin and he’s having a hard time breathing. Bucky’s eating habits need to be addressed and he will be confronted by Kevin and Danielle because his condition could become life threatening.
Poor Kevin has a lot on his plate with just his family, then there’s the tour. You’ve got to wonder how he is going to manage it all with his grandfather being diagnosed with cancer, his wife’s extreme anxiety and his father-in-law’s health problem. Will this affect the tour? Will Kevin and Danielle be able to start a family with everything that is going on regardless if God wants them to or not?
Well, the good thing here is that the Kevin and Danielle are not falling to the pressure from the family’s spiritual leader Bob, both families or God himself. The couple has admitted that they are not going to start a family until they are ready, regardless of what everyone else wants; they recently told Us Weekly “We’re just waiting for the right time, and to have enough time to spend with the child and not miss everything about them growing up.”