The Brown clan is getting yet another new member.
Madison Brown, daughter of Sister Wives patriarch Kody Brown and his second wife Janelle, is expecting her third child with husband Caleb Brush, she shared with Instagram followers on Friday.
“This picture says it all! The Brush family is growing by one early February,” Madison captioned the picture of son Axel and daughter Evie posing in “Big Brother” and “Big Sister” T-shirts.
Members of the Brown family responded to the happy news, with Christine Brown posting, “Can’t wait for another grandbaby!” and Christine and Kody’s daughter Mykelti writing, “Super congratulations sista!!”
(Mykelti and her husband Tony Padron recently announced in June that they’re expecting twins at the end of the year.)
Madison and Caleb are already parents to Axel, 5, and Evie, who turns three in August.
This baby will be Kody Brown’s fourth grandchild. (His daughter Mykelti already has a daughter, Avalon), with Mykelti’s twins being Grandkid No. 5 and 6.
Kody did not leave any congratulatory messages on Madison’s baby announcement post. However, the Brown Family patriarch has been keeping a very low profile on social media since the last season of ‘Sister Wives’ aired. Fans recently pointed out that Kody was seemingly absent at the recent housewarming party his oldest child, Logan, had when he moved into his new home in Las Vegas.
Madison prefers to have home births, and, in the past, ‘Sister Wives’ fans have been “treated” to watching her give birth on-camera for the show.
To relive Madison’s dramatic bathtub birthing session with Axel, click here!
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Wonderful news! They make such cute babies. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Maddie and Caleb!
Congratulations to Maddie and Caleb! Will be interesting to see if they name this baby after Kody too.
I have such respect for Caleb and Madison. I can’t even imagine facing the decision to amputate Evie’s leg. They have handled all of it with grace and compassion. Well done!