Alaskan Bush People’s Bear Brown sent his ex-husband a toy for their son, while the couple got along better in their custody battle. Bear Brown, sent the toy to Raiven Adams, the mother of his son River, and she sent her reaction to Instagram.
The reality star sent River a plastic set to play with the baby, complete with buttons to play with animal noises.
Almost as big as the baby, Raiven graciously titled the picture saying that River could enjoy it when he was a little older.
She wrote, “The toy daddy sent me is a wee big, but it’s fun to watch”. Raiven Adams posted photos of River staring at the toy in amazement and then another one lying next to the toy that was almost bigger than him.
The good relations between the two came after months of disputes over River’s paternity and custody battles. On Sunday, she sent a moving message saying she hoped Bear Brown would meet his son River before next year’s Father’s Day.
Raiven Adams, sent an emotional tribute to her ex on Instagram along with adorable photos of Baby River, including one of him curled up in a green blanket and smiling widely.
She wrote, “Happy Father’s Day! Hopefully by next you’ve met, and have a fun day together.
“Until then, enjoy these beautiful smiling pictures of Daddy.” “Lord knows we didn’t do everything right, but we made a cute baby.”
Raiven gave birth to River on March 9, 2020 and raised him on her own as Bear was not present at birth. Bear and Raiven had a tumultuous relationship, and she filed a restraining order against Bear in February, accusing him of showing “erratic” and “abusive” behavior.
She claimed that he threatened her with a gun and boasted that “the gun laws do not apply” to him, however, the restraining order was later withdrawn.
Raiven sought sole custody of his son after Bear Brown filed for joint custody, along with confirmation that he is the boy’s father. Raiven’s court file was read: “It is in the best interest of the minor child that defendant Raiven Adams has sole legal custody of the minor child.”
The file also states that it is in River’s interest that Raiven has “primary physical custody of the child.”