ALASKAN Bush People's Noah Brown posted a rare pic of his son Eli that he shares with his wife Rhain, as they prepare for the birth of their second child.
The couple revealed that they were expecting back in May.
Noah, 29, shared a glimpse of his homelife with his two-year-old son on Instagram by posting a photo with the toddler.
In the snap, the reality star is laying on the couch with Eli as they both sleepily smiled at the camera.
The father-of-one captioned the post: "We are both ready for naptime."
The devoted dad responded to one user writing: "any day now"
Earlier this summer, Noah and Rhain revealed they were expecting their second child together with a sweet poem.
The soon-to-be father of two wrote in a post: "Roses are red, Violets are Blue, Rhain is Pregnant and I will love this baby too."
The couple previously welcomed their baby boy Elijah in February of 2019.
While the parents don't posts pics of their first-born often, they couldn't help but share an adorable video of the tot with a new toy back in August.
Noah had crafted a foam toy modeled after Thor's hammer for his only son and then filmed Eli's reaction upon receiving the present.
"Eli, there's a present behind you," the TV personality told his blonde toddler.
Eli then turned and ran to grab the fake hammer which lay waiting in the grass.
"Thank you daddy!" he yelled in excitement as he examined his gift.
"Do you like it?" Noah asked, as his son nodded in agreement.
"Hit the ground!" the father of one ordered, and Eli smashed the toy into the dirt.
"Love you, buddy," he added before ending the clip.
The last year has been difficult for the family after Brown patriarch, Billy died after suffering a seizure due to cardiac arrest back in February.
The Sun exclusively reported that medics attempted to save him with CPR and called for an emergency helicopter, but were unsuccessful.
The Washington Sheriff’s Office confirmed to The Sun that a call was made at 4:03 pm, saying: “Medical requested a helicopter. It doesn’t appear he was transported to the hospital by medical. He passed away at the house.
“Medics and fire were on the scene an hour and a half before the Sheriff’s Office was called. We respond to all deaths. At this point, nothing suspicious or criminal.”
In an emotional clip from Alaskan Bush People, Noah began crying as he remembered his late father, saying: "The thing I'll remember the most about dad was his dream."
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