I guess I can understand her taking a little while to "get acclimated" but she really needs to get into a routine, and the kids need to have stability. I am pretty sure she will not be able to count on Bryan for half of the children's expenses, so she is going to be the primary financial provider for her kids. (Like most custodial parents quickly realize, financially, the non-custodial parent doesn't cover the food bill, let alone half....) Her parents will probably end up paying more towards the care of the kids than Bryan does.
Again, I really hope that Jenny, with the help of her parents, can provide for and raise the kids without selling their childhoods on television. No, she won't get vacations to North Carolina, Hawaii or Mexico, but she will be able to go to the Grand Canyon and take the kids to a McDonald's playland. No, she won't get weekly manicures, but she can take out the polish and spend some quality time with her girls, doing nails. No, she won't have a bodyguard or 24 hour nannies, but she will have her parents to love and support her. No, she won't have a huge mansion, complete with caretakers, but she does have a safe place for her children with a yard to ride bikes, play and swim, even if it's a baby pool in the backyard.
Unlike "that other divorced family of sextuplets on tv", she seems to really enjoy her children. I think that once she adjusts to the decrease in income, she will come to enjoy the privacy and little moments with her kids. She and her family can watch them grow, learn and marvel at who they are as individuals, in a simple life away from the chaos.
Godspeed, Jenny. We are rooting for you to do this on your own, with your family by your side.