‘Alaskan Bush People’: Raiven Adams Shares Adorable Photo of Son on ‘Way Home’

by Amy Myers
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Traveling with a young child isn’t always easy, but it seems Alaskan Bush People star Raiven Adams has a good little flight passenger by her side. This is especially surprising since River’s father is “King of Extreme” Bear Brown. Thankfully, though, River was more than happy to sit nicely in his stroller as the mother-son duo wheeled through the airport.

According to the Alaskan Bush People star, she and River were on their way back to their current home in Washington with the rest of the Wolf Pack. Judging from the look on the toddler’s face, he was more than happy to make the journey back to his ever-growing family.

“Home we go,” she told fans, adding an emoji of a plane.

Recently, Adams left her home in Texas to rejoin her boyfriend at his family’s property at North Star Ranch. Adams and Brown reignited their relationship after a few messy breakups and a tense custody battle. Lucky for their little boy, though, the mother and father seem to be much happier now that the family is back together.

‘Alaskan Bush People’ Star Tames the ‘Extreme’ Gene in Her Son

While Bear Brown undoubtedly has a heart of gold, we know that he can have a bit of a wild side. Now that he’s approaching 35, he’s mellowed out some, but every now and then we’ll find him climbing a tree or literally howling at the moon. So, it’s not too much of a stretch to imagine that as a child, he was hard to keep under wraps.

Thankfully for his Alaskan Bush People parents, Bear likely didn’t spend too much time in airports like his son, River. Their lifestyle didn’t warrant much need for the family of nine to travel cross-country too often. Had he been on a flight at his son’s age, though… let’s just say they might have needed an extra seat belt or two for the rambunctious adventurer.

River, on the other hand, is content as his mother pushes him through the terminal. While the young Alaskan Bush People star shares many of his father’s outdoor interests, he doesn’t bring his “extreme” qualities indoors. Likely, this is the work of an understanding and patient mom that taught young River when it was appropriate to unleash his inner Bear.

Of course, that also might mean that once the two get back to North Star Ranch, Adams will have to let both her husband and son off-leash, so to speak, and let them run wild. They might come back covered to head to toe in mud and leaves.

But that’s to be expected of the King and Prince of Extreme.

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