The Alaskan Bush People family is set to grow by one more as Noah Brown and wife Rhain Alicia are expecting their second child together.
Congrats all around to the Browns! In a cheekily-simple reveal via his official Instagram, Noah Brown just let Alaskan Bush People fans know that his wife, Rhain, is pregnant with their second baby. Wrapping the announcement into a classic “Roses & Violets” poem, Noah’s reveal reads:
Roses are Red,
Violets are Blue,
Rain is Pregnant,
And I will love this baby too
And understandably, fans of the show are heaping congratulations onto the couple for the joyous announcement. We’d quote a few here, but they’re literally all variations of the same “congratulations!” – so, you get the point!
There’s (obviously) no word on a name for the baby yet, let alone sex, as the little one has just begun growing. But soon, Noah & Rhain’s little son Elijah will have himself a baby brother or sister.
‘Alaskan Bush People’s Noah & Rhain Stick Together
Amidst all the turmoil the Browns have experienced, Noah & Rhain seem to stick together no matter what. The two were married in Idaho in August of 2018, and have been inseparable ever since. Then, come February 2019, their first baby was born: Elijah Connor Brown.
Little Elijah holds a very special place in Alaskan Bush People fan’s hearts – and especially the Browns’ – as he was Ami and Billy Brown’s first grandchild. From building his son a cradle to crafting him handmade rattles, Noah Brown has seemingly loved every minute of being a father to little Eli.
He and Rhain often share photos of their firstborn on their shared Instagram account, too. It was here, however, that most fans found out the couple relocated to Trinidad, Colorado after Eli’s birth. Followers across the world were shocked to see Noah break away from his family. Moreover, they found it odd that he would move to a suburban area of Colorado.
The move sparked rumors of tension between Noah and his family. But in the end, it all worked out, and grandfather Billy Brown got to spend a few years with his first grandson before the patriarch’s tragic passing in February of 2021. Noah often posts of how much he misses his beloved father, as do most of his siblings. And if the Alaskan Bush People couple’s second baby is a boy, we’d bet on him being named Billy.