‘Alaskan Bush People’ Star Bird Brown Wishes Fans a ‘Merry Christmas From the Brown Family’

by Amy Myers

Dressed in a Santa hat and Christmas lights, Bird Brown wished all Alaskan Bush People fans a Merry Christmas. In a video on Instagram, the oldest Brown sister gave her viewers a holiday greeting from her family amid the tall pines surrounding the ranch.

“Hey, it’s Bird Brown from ‘Alaskan Bush People.’ How are you spending this Christmas? Let us know in the comments below, and we wish you and your family a Merry Christmas,” she said in the video.

As she reminded fans to stream the show on Discovery, one of her cats raced up the tree behind her.

Today, matriarch Ami Brown, her children, and grandchildren will celebrate the holiday together, amid lots of presents and holiday cheer. No doubt, the family probably has a huge feast prepared and lots of winter activities to enjoy.

‘Alaskan Bush People’ Siblings Reveal ‘Favorite Part of Christmas’

Earlier this week, sisters Rain and Bird Brown shared what they look forward to most each holiday season. Both wrapped in Christmas lights, the stars revealed their passion for Christmas decorating.

“My favorite part of Christmas is the decorating,” Rain said.

“Me too,” Bird agreed.

As the camera zooms out, we see that Rain and Bird aren’t the only siblings that enjoy putting up the lights. Further right stood big brother Noah and his son, Eli, tangled in the girls’ string of lights.

“Me three,” Noah shared, before prompting Eli to say his line.

“Me four,” the littlest Alaskan Bush People star said.

Noah Brown Shows Off His Favorite Christmas Present

While decorating may be Noah’s favorite part of the holiday season, his “gift-giving” skills are pretty remarkable, too. After putting up his Christmas tree and trimming it with black-and-white ornaments, he went to work filling the bottom with plenty of presents.

Of course, the best gift of them all, though, was the little bundle of joy that slept peacefully in the baby carrier. Baby Adam, born just over two months ago, sat snuggly in his seat, surrounded by blankets. His Alaskan Bush People dad added a red bow to the handle of the carrier, making the newborn just about the cutest present anyone could hope to receive.

“Ok ok, Rhain and I might be taking the gift-giving thing a bit too far,” Noah said of his arrangement.

Now, the family will be celebrating their first Christmas with two boys. Meanwhile, the Wolf Pack continues to grow ever bigger as the years’ pass.