Bear Brown & Raiven Adams Of 'Alaskan Bush People' Are Expecting A Baby Boy!

Congratulations to Raiven Adams & Bear Brown who are expecting their first child- a boy due April 2020- as People confirmed. You can expect more wolves in the pack now!

Bear Brown and his family are part of the reality TV show called Alaskan Bush People. The show follows an Alaskan family around because they live in the wilderness and are isolated from modern society. They affectionately call themselves the "wolf pack" and, perhaps due to isolation, have their own accent and dialect as explained by the Discovery Channel. “It’s a boy! I can’t believe it! I would’ve been thrilled no matter what but it’s awesome we’re having a boy!” Brown, 32, told People. “It’s crazy to think this time next year, I’ll be a dad.”

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Of course, that didn't stop Raiven Adams and Bear Brown from falling in love. However, it's been an interesting courtship between the two. In mid-September, when they confirmed their pregnancy, they had only recently gotten back together after a split and had been engaged for a mere two weeks.

“Hey everybody out there, I wanted to let you all know that Raiven and I decided to give it another shot,” Brown wrote on his Instagram. “After having been separated for a little bit, we found we still had feelings for each other. So we’re going to give it another try.”

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Bear posted on Instagram that he still loved Raiven and they were going to work on their relationship. At the time, Raiven had deactivated her Instagram account. She returned to social media, recently, however, explaining she needed to focus on her mental health after facing harassment online. Bear also deactivated his Instagram for a spell but came back to comment on Raiven's recent sonogram photos. Currently, the couple has both made their  Instagrams private until further notice.

Raiven also posted medical documents to further prove her pregnancy to social media. She posted her estimated due date, which confirmed her publicly announced expected spring date.  A lof of her harassment online came from trolls who didn't believe she was actually expecting. Now, the parents-to-be are dedicated and focused on being good parents while working on their relationship to ensure a healthy environment for their bundle of joy.

It's unfortunate a new mom has to endure trolls surrounding their pregnancy and she shouldn't feel obligated to prove anything to anyone. We hope she has a safe and healthy pregnancy and receives more positive vibes throughout the rest of her pregnancy journey. We can't wait to see the newborn pictures next spring!

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