Alaskan Bush People star Raiven Adams has vowed to “forgive and forget” and “move on” as she ends her ugly custody battle with Bear Brown.
The Sun revealed Tuesday that the couple reached an agreement, with Bear Brown, and Raiven Adams, who is scheduled to appear in court on Monday for a hearing on the state of their custody battle for their son River, which has been going on for three months.
Brought to Instagram afterwards, Raiven Adams was asked by a fan to name five goals she had set for the future, and shared: “Forgive, forget, move on, be happy, be a good mother.
She also revealed that “being parents together is the hardest thing” of being a mother, but the best thing was seeing her baby every morning, which made up for “the stress, sleepless nights and bumpy road to get here.
The exes now seem to be on friendly terms under the custody agreement. Raiven Adams wrote on Father’s Day, “Happy Father’s Day! Hopefully next time you’ll meet and have fun together”.
During a question on Monday on Instagram, Raiven Adams answered a fan when asked if the Bear would soon meet River. She replied, “I won’t stop him from meeting her, if that’s what you mean, and thank you!
Raiven Adams also revealed that Bear Brown sent his son a toy with a photo subtitle: “The toy daddy sent me is a big little one but it’s fun to watch on”.
In response, Bear Brown first shared his son’s photos on social media, writing, “Hi, everyone! I’d like to share some pictures of my son River! “Things didn’t turn out exactly as I’d hoped, but I’m not complaining! This little guy is worth every moment!