On Wednesday night's broadcast, Jess revealed she and Elizabeth had met through Married at First Sight and through social media, and so they had been messaging and talking. This marked the first time Jess and Elizabeth would be meeting in person, but she noted how she felt like she already knew Elizabeth really well.
Jess looked forward to touring wine country with Elizabeth, especially because she may not be able to drink soon if she and Austin have a baby.
Austin apparently couldn't make the trip because he wasn't vaccinated for COVID-19 yet.
When Jess arrived in Santa Barbara, she and Elizabeth went wine tasting, along with Elizabeth's husband Jamie, and the group appeared to have a blast. Jessica said she felt so comfortable around Elizabeth and believed she could open up to her and talk about anything, maybe even the fact she and Austin had been trying for a baby.
Over a nice charcuterie board, Jess revealed she and Austin wanted to expand their family beyond their dog Rex.
Elizabeth shared how she had thought about having children as well but feared about messing it up or messing up the child's life.
Jessica admitted her biggest fear is not being able to have kids because fertility issues apparently run in her family.
"That's why Austin and I are trying to conceive sooner rather than later. I'm worried it could take a really long time, if it happens at all," Jessica shared.
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Elizabeth, however, said she had a "premonition" of Jessica pregnant, and Jessica's excitement about becoming a mom made Elizabeth realize maybe she shouldn't rule out parenting.
"I've got major baby fever. Maybe Jess and Beth have babies together, maybe they're best friends -- I don't know!" Elizabeth said.
"I'm going to get pregnant and then you're going to get pregnant a month later!" Jess gushed.
Jamie was surprised to hear Elizabeth talking about having kids, and he didn't know whether to take her seriously or not.
When Elizabeth and Jamie applied for Married at First Sight, they both said they wanted kids -- but then they changed their minds as the process progressed.
Elizabeth admitted she said no to having kids on the honeymoon because she didn't know Jamie well at that time.
"Having kids, I can't believe that's even coming out of my mouth. This is insane! What's going on with me right now?!" Elizabeth wondered.
Elizabeth told Jamie that they're soul mates and will always be together and so it would be something to think about. Jamie definitely wasn't against the idea and noted how bringing children into their already-settled life could be fun.
When Jess returned home, Austin surprised his wife by revealing he had installed their microwave into the kitchen. Jess and Austin had many projects in the home to complete before welcoming a baby.
Austin joked that he was also ready to go to "pound town" now that his wife was back.
Meanwhile, Briana and Vincent hoped to find a place with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and Vincent said he had always dreamed of owning his own home.
After touring some possibilities, the couple eventually put an offer into their fourth house, and both Briana and Vincent said they wanted it really bad. This was Briana's "dream home."
However, someone put a higher offer in for the house, and so Briana and Vincent were very disappointed. Briana confessed her feelings were hurt, and Vincent acknowledged they were "back at Square One."
Over at Deonna and Greg's house, Deonna was having Braxton Hicks contractions, or false labor pains, and so she expected her little one to arrive any day. She planned to just take it easy and relax for a few days.
Deonna therefore turned Greg into her own personal assistant. Greg served her water and sweets in bed, and Greg admitted this "bed rest thing" could get out of hand pretty quickly.
Deonna later bought a bell off the Internet so she could catch Greg's attention in the house at any time of the day.
Deonna joked she was often "parched" and needed "a midnight snack." Greg was a good sport, and Deonna said she was ready to have the baby and felt "really good."
Jephte, on the other hand, wasn't feeling great about the pressure he had put on Shawniece to have four children.
Jephte appeared to feel a little guilty and so he suggested to Shawniece that they should put their daughter Laura in school -- or daycare, as Shawniece put it -- in order to allow Shawniece to return to her salon and begin working again.
Shawniece thought that was a great idea, and she also hoped the move would enable Jephte and herself to spend more time together.
Laura was so excited about her first day at daycare, but Shawniece said she was very nervous. Shawniece became very emotional when she dropped Laura off, but she reminded herself it's "for the greater good" for her family and relationship with Jephte.
Shawniece gushed about how Laura is "so smart" and she had been teaching Laura at home through the coronavirus pandemic. Shawniece decided it was time to give herself some credit for being a great mother and teacher.
"I know there is no right or wrong, no book on how to raise children, but you just hope you're doing your best," Shawniece cried in a confessional.
Shawniece was thrilled to have some time alone with Jephte and getting back to her business.
When the couple picked Laura up, she said school was "so fun" and she was "excited" to go back again. Shawniece and Jephte therefore felt "super comfortable" about their decision.
Meanwhile, Danielle and Bobby woke up to no power in their house after a snowstorm. It was only 17 degrees outside in Texas, and so their home was apparently not built to keep the cold out.
Danielle admitted she was "freaking out" because she didn't know how long this power-outage was going to last, and even Bobby acknowledged it was "freezing" in their house. Danielle said the temperature outside was supposed to reach zero degrees.
"Having two kids, it's really freaking me out because I don't know how to keep them warm," Danielle lamented.
A couple of days into the storm, Danielle and Bobby were having small bursts of power. Danielle took advantage of that time by making coffee, cleaning and sanitizing baby bottles, and heating milk and food up in the microwave.
The temperature outside did, in fact, hit 70 degrees, and Bobby just hoped for the best and a little luck.
When the family finally got power back, Bobby and Danielle were thrilled. The outside temperature had also increased to the thirties.
Once the heat came back on in the house after "a stressful couple of days," Danielle and Bobby enjoyed a snow day outside and their kids played in the snow -- an event that would "probably go down in the history books."
"All I know is that this is a week we are never going to forget," Bobby said.
The Married at First Sight: Couples Cam broadcast also featured Amani braiding Woody's hair herself and then Woody painting Amani's nails at home.