Alaskan Bush People star Rainy Brown just turned eighteen, officially becoming an adult! Her brothers blessed her with all the love on social media. The youngest Brown celebrated this major milestone just weeks after her family was affected by the devastating wildfire. To top it all, her brothers, Bear and Gabriel, made it all the more sweet and special for her.
Alaskan Bush People: Bear Brown Wishes Her Sister On Instagram
Bear Brown took to Instagram and wished her little sister a happy birthday. He shared a picture of Rainy and Gabriel, with the latter holding an orange and white birthday candle in front of her. He wished Rainy a happy birthday in the caption and added that it’s like yesterday when she was born! Bear continued to admire her little sister, saying that he’s very happy to see her grow into a woman she is today!
A lot of Alaskan Bush People fans loved the post and wished Rainy in the comments section. A follower wrote that they have seen the girl grow up on the show. They also added that Brown parents are blessed to have such lovely kids. Another fan jokingly remarked at Rainy to get rid of her whiskers!
Rainy Brown Thanks Everyone For Birthday Wishes
Rainy hasn’t been active on her social media for months now. When the family was caught in the wildfire, she shared a hasty message explaining how she is trying to remain strong amid tough situations. However, after this, she took to her social media thanking everyone for the heartwarming wishes. She hoped that God bless all and added the hashtags #stayhappy #staystrong.
Brown Family Is Standing Strong In The Face Of Devastating Wildfires
The Brown family is standing strong after facing a shattering event that cost the loss of life and property. Bear shared the news in August after the mountain swept through the fire and said that things were still burning. It was truly a devastating event. However, despite such a catastrophic incident, the family refused to give up. They helped themselves and others as well. After the fire subsided, the family shared that all were safe, and they’re thankful to the assisting firefighters and first responders. Back in September, Rainy shared that we must find peace despite the uncertainties. And at the end of a dark tunnel, there’s always light.