‘Alaskan Bush People’: New Photo of Noah Brown’s Baby is Downright Adorable

by Samantha Whidden

On Monday (November 8th), Alaskan Bush People star Noah Brown took to his Instagram account to share a snapshot of his adorable newborn baby boy, Adam. 

The snapshot, which didn’t have a caption, featured the sweet baby boy with his mother and the Alaskan Bush People star’s wife, Rhain Alicia. The couple also shares another son, named Elijah Connor Brown.

The couple announced last week the birthday of Adam through their social media page. Adam was born on October 30th weighing in at 9lbs 1oz and 21 1/2 in.

The Alaska Bush People star also shared a special tribute to his youngest son by writing in a post that having another son makes him think about his own dad and how his newborn will not have any personal memories with his late grandfather.

“That is one reason that I am so thankful for the TV show and why I also grateful to our Discovery Channel Family for giving us the opportunity to show people that tenure had a chance to meet Da just how wonderful of a person he was.”

The Alaskan Bush People castmate also wrote that his father was a wonderful person and someday Adam will be able to watch the show and get to his know his grandfather. “So until then, I hope that everyone enjoys the new episodes of Alaskan Bush People this Sunday night.”

‘Alaskan Bush People’ Star Bear Brown Opens Up About His Father’s Sudden Passing 

During a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Alaskan Bush People star Bear Brown opened up about how he is still grieving the loss of his father, who died earlier this year. “I took it pretty hard. We all did, really. Because Da’s passing was pretty unexpected.”

The Alaskan Bush People castmate further explained that everyone he passed on the road or saw me in stores would give him condolences and say how sorry they were for his loss. “That’s one thing that I try to keep in mind. That the whole world – everyone who watched [the] show anyway – loved and definitely misses Da.”

Brown also discussed the progress he has made on the ranch, which was damaged during a wildfire. “Da had been talking to everyone about the plan [to rebuild,” the reality TV star explained. “And then Da’s passing just made us want to keep going with the dream.”

The Alaskan Bush People star shared that the family is trying to build up the ranch and get everything fixed. It gives them something to do instead of sitting around and moping about his father’s passing. “We actually have our hands quite full. It was always Da and Mom planning things like the new barn. And so now Mom basically has that on her shoulders.”