“Alaskan Bush People” star Bear Brown is sending his mama a special message on Mother’s Day and letting everyone know how much of a rock Aimee Brown has been for the family in the wake of a devastating year the reality stars have endured. Bear took to Instagram early Sunday morning to shout praises about his mother from the biggest social media platform he controls.
“Today is Mother’s Day!!! I’m lucky to still have my mom!” Bear proclaimed to his fans.
While showing a photo of his mother hand-in-hand walking with the Brown family’s late patriarch, Billy Brown, Bear recognized the hurdles recently thrown at the reality stars.
“This has been the most difficult year for all of us, but especially for my mom, she lost her true love, in over 40 years they had never been apart and still my mom is looking out for us, consoling us, her kids! I have never seen such strength!!!”
As we previously reported, Billy tragically died in February after suffering a seizure related to the medical issues he had been plagued with for years.
Continuing to marvel at the strength and courage his mother has shown for the rest of the family, Bear continued, “Being a mother is one of the hardest things a woman can do and my hat goes off to all moms the whole world round!”
He added, “Truly without such strong women, virtually giving up there whole lives for someone else, the world would not be what it is, a mother teaches us to share to be kind and polite, to have manners and to treat people right, mothers shape the future and the very world around us! No one gives as much as a mother! Happy Mother’s Day Mom! Without you I wouldn’t be me!”
Although Bear Brown has been dealing with his own personal drama, after recently splitting again with baby mama, Raiven Adams, he still took a moment to also recognize how much she does for their son, River.
“And a very happy Mother’s Day to the mother of my son Raiven! She is doing an amazingly awesome job! Happy Mother’s Day to all moms and God bless!” Bear wrote.
As we reported, Raiven claims she had to leave Bear over his alleged “toxic” behavior.