Madison Brush and her husband, Caleb Brush, welcomed their third child on February 10. The adorable little baby girl, named Josephine Lee Brush, will join the couple’s two other children – Axel James Brush (born on May 20, 2017) and Evangalynn Kodi Brush (born August 20, 2019). Their household is growing!
The 27-year-old daughter of Sister Wives stars Kody Brown and Janelle Brown, announced her pregnancy in July and shared the first photos of her newborn on Sunday on Instagram. “Welcome to the world Josephine Lee Brush! Little Miss Joey was born 2/10 at 8lbs 9oz.,” she wrote in the caption.
Madison and Caleb met each other while attending Utah State University and started dating shortly after. Madison decided to drop out of Utah State when Caleb proposed and they later tied the knot in 2016 – the wedding was documented in Season 11 of Sister Wives. Now, they have three children to care for!
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Madison Brush has been open about her pregnancy – and motherhood – on Instagram over the past few years. Just a few weeks ago, she took to social media to share her baby bump at 38 weeks, adding that ‘everything is swollen and my hips are not loving me,” but she was still excited for the little girl to arrive.
With three children in six years, Madison is catching up to her mother and father. She’s the second child (first daughter) of the former couple – who are also parents to Logan, Hunter, Garrison, Gabriel, and Savanah. She also has 12 other half-siblings as a result of her father’s former polygamous lifestyle.
While their newest daughter appears to be healthy and happy, Madison and Caleb have faced their fair share of struggle with their first daughter, Evie. Following her 2019 birth, Evie was diagnosed with FATCO syndrome – a rare, genetic condition that results in limbs and extremities to not develop properly and fully.
In a 2019 interview with PEOPLE, she talked about the mom guilt she felt after learning of the diagnosis. “I was stressing out the whole time. It was mixed emotions because I’m like, ‘I’ll take less than 10 fingers,’ but also nobody wants to hear that their daughter is going to be born without all of her fingers,” she said.
Madison Brush Celebrates Husband’s 36th Birthday
On January 8, just a month before welcoming Little Joey into this world, Madison Brush took to Instagram to wish her husband a happy birthday. She shared a video montage that featured a number of photos of the couple and their beautiful family. “Happy birthday to the love of my life!” she began the caption.
“36 never looked so good! ????I hope this year is the best yet! Thank you for all you do for our family! I’m so amazed every day that I get to do life with you! Thank you for the love you give! Thank you for being such an amazing dad and husband! We are beyond blessed! ????” Madison continued.
While her parents were, at one point in time, committed to a polygamous lifestyle – her father, Kody Brown, was married to four women, including Janelle Brown – Madison confirmed she’s not interested in living that type of lifestyle. She talked about that decision in a Sister Wives Tell-All special back in 2015
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“I’m not one to live plural marriage,” said Madison in the special – a sentiment she shared with several other siblings, who weren’t shy when opening up about their future plans regarding marriage. Not only is Madison married now, but she’s committed to that marriage and now has three children with her hubby!
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