Was that the last straw? It’s no secret to Alaskan Bush People fans that Noah Brown and his new wife, Rhain Brown, have had more than a little tension with his family, especially his younger sisters. But according to a new Radar Online report, the couple might have reached their breaking point. After a big blow out with Snowbird Brown, the new parents packed up their stuff and fled the state, heading instead for the $220,000 Colorado cottage his parents recently bought them. But it’s not just Birdy’s fault — the whole family is involved in the clash.

“Rhain got into a huge fight with Snowbird last week,” a source close to the family told Radar. It’s hardly the first time the two women have butted heads, but this time things got so bad that Rhain and Noah decided they couldn’t just stick it out. “[They] did not leave on good terms,” the insider admitted. “[They] have had enough of the family drama, and want to raise their son as far away as possible.”

When the married couple revealed their baby news to the family, it initially seemed to bring everyone together. “You know, I’m definitely happy for Noah and his girl,” Bird admitted in the Alaskan Bush People episode. “He’s always wanted to be a dad and a husband. I mean I admit I have a lot of mixed emotions, but I’m trying to let past problems be past problems. … I don’t wanna miss out on being an aunt to Noah’s kid.”

Unfortunately, it seems like that may happen after all. However, it’s also possible that the young Browns just need a break. Other reports indicate that Noah and Rhain have been struggling to be the kind of parents they want to be with Billy and Ami Brown getting in the way. A source told Radar that the grandparents have been seriously “overbearing” in the month since baby Elijah’s birth. “Ami is trying to tell Rhain how she parented because it is important for Ami to be able to have that connection with her first grandson,” the source said. “Billy is insisting that the baby be a part of the show and Noah hasn’t fully agreed with all of that yet.”

A quick jaunt to Colorado might provide them with the relief they need. “[Noah] just kind of wants some space for a minute. … He just wants everyone to chill.” Then again, they might find that they quite like living without the rest of the Brown clan. The bush may be big — but back in their new home, things were starting to feel a little bit crowded.

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