ALASKAN Bush People star Bear Brown’s ex, Raiven Adams, nostalgically confessed to missing her belly despite a “traumatic pregnancy.”
As she was carrying their child, the 22-year-old filed a restraining order from her baby daddy after accusing him of "erratic" and “abusive” behavior.
Tensions have since lessened between the ex’s as they have finally reached a custody agreement but the red-haired beauty hasn’t forgotten past “trauma.”
Raiven posted a stunning maternity shot wearing a long sleeve velvet navy dress as she grabbed her stomach.
The picture – which was taken in the snowy woods – was captioned: “Missing my belly tonight…
“I love my baby being out in the world growing. But I miss this time to time! I can’t help but miss his kicks,” she reflected.
The proud mama continued: “Now my pregnancy was traumatic almost the whole time. Never the less I miss the feeling being your shield.
“Protecting you while you snuggled safe in my belly. I love watching my baby grow watching the little wheels in his brain turn at every new challenge.
“But I’ll miss the moments that pass way too soon, because it feels like I just found out your gender.
“And now you’re already four months old,” she concluded the message in disbelief of her newborn’s age.
Just after her post, Raiven shared a selfie with son River, who she called her “mini-me.”
The 31-year-old reality star’s ex gave birth to River Anthony on March 9, 2020, The Sun exclusively revealed.
In February, The Sun exclusively confirmed Raiven filed a restraining order against her baby daddy and demanded protection from him.
Solomon “Bear” Brown started exhibiting "erratic" and "abusive" behavior soon after the couple began dating, according to court papers first obtained by The Blast.
Raiven alleged her ex began "yelling, slamming things, preventing me from leaving rooms.”
However, the restraining order has since been dropped and the exes have appeared to be on amicable terms amid their recent custody settlement.
As The Sun previously reported, Bear, whose real name is Soloman, requested “joint legal custody” and “shared physical custody” of River in March if it is determined he is the father.
He later provided DNA test results that proved he is the father of River.
Raiven responded by denying Bear’s request for joint custody.
The court filing read: “It is in the best interests of the minor child that defendant Raiven Adams have sole legal custody of the minor child.”
Raiven also asked the Alaskan Bush People star to pay child support effective March 9, when River was born.
The self-described "full time momma" has been raising River on her own, as Bear was not present for the birth.
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