Elijah Brown is ready for a little brother or sister! Or, at least, his parents, Alaskan Bush People stars Noah Brown and Rhain Brown are ready to give him one. According to a new Radar Online report, the new parents are already trying for baby No. 2. A source close to the family told the outlet that, despite the fact that Rhain just gave birth to Elijah in February, the parents want to have a big family — and they don’t want to wait.
“They really want to have their children be close in age so that they can grow up together, like Noah and his siblings did,” the source told Radar. “[They’re] trying to conceive again!” The odds might be in their favor, too. Noah, 36, confirmed that they had gotten engaged in October 2017, and it wasn’t long before they were expecting. Though they didn’t announce the happy news until November 2018, they had likely been pregnant since late spring.
And life as a family-of-three has been going pretty well for the couple. However, there have been some bumps along the road — and by that we mean drama with the rest of the Brown family. In March, a source told Radar that the new parents were finding Ami Brown a little “overbearing” as a grandma. “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,” they said. “[Noah] just kind of wants some space for a minute.”
They were having similar issues with Billy Brown. “Billy is insisting that the baby be a part of the show and Noah hasn’t fully agreed with all of that yet,” the source continued. “He just wants everyone to chill.” The tensions got so high that Noah and Rhain allegedly escaped the family home to hide out in Colorado where Billy had given them a $220k cottage.
They may be fixing that rift, though. By the end of March, Noah claimed, “Things are great between us now.” Though he confirmed they were living in a different state than the rest of the Browns, he explained, “We just wanted to take some time away to be with our son.” Now that they’ve found peace, it just may be the perfect time to add a new addition to the Brown family tree.
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