‘Alaskan Bush People’: Raiven Adams Shares Sweet Photo With Bear Brown and Son River

by Amy Myers

The weather might be getting colder, but Alaskan Bush People stars Raiven Adams and Bear Brown are keeping us warm with their adorable family photos. Earlier today, Adams posted a few photos with her boyfriend and their son, River. And from the looks of it, the tot couldn’t be happier to spend some quality time with his parents.

It’s unclear what activities the Alaskan Bush People family had planned for the day, but whatever they did, it surely tired little River out. Throughout their mini photoshoot, the tike seems to look more and more sleepy and ready for a nap in the car ride home.

Take a look at the sweet photos below.

Even though he was tuckered out, River still posed for a photo with both mom and dad.

‘Alaskan Bush People’ Star Bear Brown Might Benefit From Some Family Time

The weekend outing for the Alaskan Bush People stars came on the heels of what would have been late patriarch Billy Brown’s 69th birthday. Yesterday, Bear posted a memorial video of his father and some of his favorite moments with him. Lately, the 34-year-old has been struggling to cope with the loss of his dad, and by the end of the year, the Browns will have celebrated Thanksgiving, Christmas and Billy’s birthday without him. Understandably, this is a difficult time for the adoring son.

Despite his grief, Bear still rallied for a day out with his son and girlfriend. Surely, spending time with the two most important people in his life not only helped bring the smile back to his face but also reminded him of the loved ones that surround him. While he may miss his father, he has a support system there to help him through the sorrow.

Meanwhile, Noah Brown Posts Tribute to Their Father

Like his older brother, Noah Brown, too, decided to honor his father’s birthday with his own post. Billy was able to meet Noah’s first son, Elijah, but sadly was not alive for the birth of Adam. In his post, he included a sweet moment between his firstborn son and his father. He also included a picture with the Bible, his father’s glasses and an ink quill. In his caption, the Alaskan Bush People star noted how he values the small things that his father left for him.

“I hold on tightly to everything that you gave me especially the physical things because I will never have anything else that came from you, like this Bible that is full of Wisdom for when I can not seek it from you,” Noah wrote.