It’s official! Bear Brown‘s baby is coming soon to a TV near you. Though fans weren’t sure whether or not the Alaskan bush baby would appear on the Discovery Channel TV show, soon-to-be mom Raiven Adams has officially put the rumors to rest. During an Instagram Q&A she held with fans on Monday, October 7, she responded to one fan’s query about whether or not she and Bear would film their little one, and she revealed that they’re looking forward to doing so.
“I would be very sad for my little to not be filmed,” Raiven, 21, told her followers. “[They will be] in the biggest parts of our life. So yes, and [the] film crew is so wonderful! I know they will treat our baby as their own.” But that’s not the only thing she’s looking forward to when it comes to her future son or daughter. When another fan asked if she’s “excited to watch [her] little one grow up with Noah’s little one,” she responded, “Noah and Gabe’s.”
Bear’s younger brother Noah Brown is already a dad to 7-month-old son Elijah, and Gabe Brown has his own bush baby on the way with wife Raquell “Rose” Pantilla. Fans of Alaskan Bush People have been particularly interested in Raiven’s pregnancy due to her romantic status with the father, however. She and Bear, 32, shut down engagement rumors in August only to reveal they actually were engaged weeks later. In September, the model called off her engagement only to reveal a few days later that she is pregnant. By the end of the month, they’d committed to giving love “another try.”
Now, it seems the stars are finally back on the same page — and they’ve even picked out names for their wolf cub, though they’re not sharing their ideas. As it turns out, they’ve picked godparents, too. During Raiven’s October 7 Q&A, she told fans they’d have to “stay tuned” to find out who they were going with. She also weighed in on the subject of whether or not they want to continue to grow their family in the future, giving the question a firm maybe. “I’m not sure on the babies, yet,” she told one fan. To another, she responded, “Bear wants like eight kids. My body, IDK. We will see.”