Well, folks, it looks like the Alaskan Bush People family is growing once more. Rhain and Noah Brown have officially welcomed their second baby into the world.
As fans of the Discovery Channel series already know, Alaskan Bush People follows the lives of the very unique Brown family. Part of the family, of course, is Noah Darkcloud Brown — he’s the youngest son of the late family patriarch, Billy Brown. Noah is now married to Rhain Alisha. The couple tied the knot at a wedding held in Idaho back in August of 2018. The very next year, Rhain and Noah gave birth to their first child, a baby boy named Elijah Connor Brown. He was also Ami and Billy Brown’s first grandchild.
On Saturday, however, Rhain and Noah announced that they have officially welcomed their second son, Adam Bishop Brown, into the world. The couple took to their joint Instagram account to share a cute photo of their son next to his mom. According to the post, Adam was over nine pounds and 21 inches long when he was born.
“Let me introduce to you the one and only Adam Brown of Alaskan Bush People’s lonely Hearts Club Band,” the couple wrote alongside a photo of Rhain and the baby. “Adam Bishop Brown 10/30/21 9 lbs 1 oz 21 1/2 inches long.”
Fans of Alaskan Bush People were in awe at how adorable Adam is.
“Congratulations! I know his Grandpa is shining down on him 💙 And would be so proud 💙” one fan commented on the post.
“Congratulations. Adam is very adorable,” said another fan.
“Thank you for giving us a peek at him. He is absolutely adorable,” another IG user wrote. “Congratulations to your whole family.”
Did Rhain Brown Steal Her Name from the ‘Alaskan Bush People’ Star?
Noah Brown’s wife Rhain officially changed her name from “Ruth” to “Rhain” back in 2018. But it seems like she’s been going by that name since she was a kid.
Nonetheless, the name change sparked a little drama between the Brown family and the siblings. You can see why given that Noah has a younger teenage sister named “Rain.” According to Radar, though, Noah’s wife’s mother, Marilyn Merrill, insisted that her daughter had been going by the nickname “Rhain.”
“Rhain was in junior high when she told me that she was no longer going to be called Ruth anymore,” Merrill explained. “She told me that she wanted to be called Rhain. And I thought that it was a beautiful name choice. Her father Ward and I, as well as everyone who knows her, has called her Rhain ever since.”