‘Alaskan Bush People’: Bear Brown with Raiven & Baby Son – Reunion Ahead for Exes?

Alaskan Bush People star Bear Brown lights up with his son, River Brown, and Raiven Adams during the first meeting of the newest Brown baby. Bear’s fans send him comments full of hopes for a reconciliation with Raiven.

The little Alaskan Bush People trio look happy in a picture taken when Bear Brown meets his son for the first time. Bear joined his six-month-old son, River, and Raiven Adams for a picnic recently and it looked as if this event was nothing but sheer joy.

Alaskan Bush People: Bear Brown with Son – Picture of Pure Happiness

To say that Bear and Raiven’s past relationship was tumultuous would be an understatement. But it looks like they’ve put that all behind them for now. It seems baby River might have something to do with that.  No one will love that little guy like his mom, Raiven, and his dad, Bear.

Bear Brown finally got to see his son, and Raiven’s also looking good these days. She seems to have lost all her baby weight and highlighted her hair. This smiling duo with the gorgeous baby between them is probably what the Alaskan Bush People need today. Will this help with recent negative publicity between the two?

Bad publicity seems to gravitate towards this family in recent seasons. Bear Brown and Raiven Adams battled each other over a breakup and many disparaging remarks were made by both sides.                                                                                                                                                                                                              

Alaskan Bush People: Raiven Adams - Bear Brown                                                                                                              

Far Off the Beaten Path

The Alaskan Bush People changed up their show and drifted far off their original course. No longer did they live off just the land. The family used heavy-duty machinery for building their new homes. Gone were the days of homemade tools and primitive living conditions.

They drove vehicles that they parked just outside their door. Those long boat rides to civilization as they had once in Alaska now turn into a quick and comfortable ride down the mountain. While they still hunt, the Alaskan Bush People do visit the supermarket.

Probably the biggest change and the one that disappoints the fans the most is their new location. The family no longer films in Alaska. The Alaskan Bush People moved the show, lock, stock, and barrel to a mountainside in Washington State. So, it’s just not the same for the some viewers.

Bear Brown seeing his son in person for the first time, along with a happy Raiven Adams may work to entice some viewers back.

Alaskan Bush People: Bear Brown -Raiven Adams - Baby River

Alaskan Bush People: Is Raiven Adams, Bear Brown and Baby River Enough To Bring Fans Back?

Now with Bear Brown meeting his son for the first time, it appears some healing takes place. Especially since it appears he and Raiven Adams look happy together. Maybe the fans will find their way back to the series, as ratings waned over the past few seasons.

Alaskan Bush People followers may just tune in to watch where Bear goes from here. After all, a new Brown generation is on the mountainside today. Gabe Brown, Noah Brown, and now Bear Brown each have one child. But they are close enough in age to grow up like brothers.

It seems Gabe and Noah plan to move into one big house with their parents, so their kids will benefit from growing up together. If things work out for Raiven Adams and  Bear, who knows… maybe they too can live on the Alaskan Bush People ranch as a family of three.

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