Bear Brown and Raiven Adams Announce Baby

From: Alaskan Bush People

Photo by: Raiven Adams

Raiven Adams

Bear and Raiven Just Announced the Gender of their Baby

By: Discovery

Alaskan Bush People's Bear Brown and former-fiancé Raiven Adams couldn't wait to share the news.

November 13, 2019

It's a boy!

Bear Brown and former fiancé Raiven Adams, revealed that they are expecting a son this spring. Adams posted a blue baby outfit on Instagram to announce the latest news to fans.

Alaskan Bush People’s Bear Brown and Ex-Fiance are Expecting a Baby!

Although the engagement has been called off, Bear and Raiven are committed to becoming dedicated parents.

"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! It’s crazy to think this time next year, I’ll be a dad," Bear said.

The couple became engaged in August after meeting at Noah Brown's wedding. However, they decided to part ways in early September. Shortly after announcing they would part ways, Bear and Raiven revealed are becoming parents!

Baby Bear (as they’re calling him) is due in April 2020.

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Raiven, 21, posted “Let the adventure begin,” on her Instagram account with a photo of a baby boy’s outfit and sonogram. In a separate post, Bear, 32, added, “Hey, everybody! Guess what? Raiven and I are having a boy!!! And we couldn’t be more excited! It’s hard to believe that this time next year, I’ll actually be a dad! Thank you, everyone, for following my family and I all this time! Thank you for sticking with us, and thank you for always being there for us! Thank you and God bless!!!!”

"We’re so excited to meet our little man next spring! Pregnancy isn’t easy but I’m focused on staying relaxed and excited… I know it will go by in a flash. Bear and I are learning new things every day and are in this together. Baby Brown is our number one priority," Raiven said.

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