There is really nothing better than having a fun snow day in the middle of winter. Just ask the Alaskan Bush People family.
On-again-off-again couple Bear Brown and Raiven Adams seem like they are currently in a great spot in their relationship. Despite going through their fair share of up and downs over the past couple of years, both of the Alaskan Bush People stars have worked through their issues. The result? One big, happy family.
In an Instagram post captioned, “Snow day”, Raiven Adams shows just how happy her family is together. Bear and Raiven’s son, River, is all smiles while bundled up in his blue snowsuit. He is also rocking a pair of black snow boots and gloves and a red and gray sock hat. In another photo, his dad Bear is pulling him on a sled.
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There is no denying that fans of the popular Discovery Channel show have been rooting for Bear Brown and Raiven Adams to get back together. And now that they are officially a couple again, we all get to see their cute family photos.
“He looks so grown up,” one fan commented on the post. “What a cutie.”
“Oh my goodness!” another user exclaimed. “This is so sweet of River as always.”
“Son and dad, absolutely adorable,” a third person gushed. “And that smile is priceless!”
‘Alaskan Bush People’ Bear Brown and Raiven Adams Enjoying the Holiday Season
There is nothing like a little holiday cheer from the Alaskan Bush People family.
It’s obviously pretty cool to see Bear Brown and his son enjoying some sledding during their family snow day. However, just last week, Raiven Adams posted some more awesome holiday-themed photos of her boy. Some pictures show him in front of a decorated Christmas tree while others show him playing in the snow.
“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas,” Adams captioned the photos.
In addition to all of that, Adams gave her fans an update about how her son is turning out to be pretty extreme. It turns out the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree after all.
“Well river no longer has his shelf in his room..and we moved his mattress to the floor. He does in fact climb more things than bear even does so yay for me,” Adams wrote in a previous Instagram post. “He has no fear and his new obsession is trying to balance on toys. P.S. he loves playing with gramma in the leaves!”
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