By Delaney Gilbride

In latest celebrity news, Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman has given birth to her second child with husband Benjamin Millepied! The celebrity couple told EOnline.com exclusively that their daughter, Amalia Millepied, was welcomed into the world on Wednesday, February 22. The 35 year-old actress has been relatively quiet about her pregnancy throughout the last nine months in comparison to other celebrity parents who can’t contain their excitement about their growing families. In an interview with Jimmy Fallon in November, Portman confessed: “It’s weird because I’m a small person in general, so you show a lot faster and a lot more when you’re small. Everyone thinks I’m about to pop and about to give birth any minute, and I have months to go…” Thankfully, that month has finally arrived. Congratulations Natalie and Benjamin!

This celebrity baby has a lot to live up to when it comes to her famous parents! What are some ways to get on the same page with your partner when it comes to raising your kids?

Cupid’s Advice:

Having a baby isn’t easy. Raising your child isn’t easy either, especially if you and your partner have different ideas on how to do it. So, how do you find a happy medium? Cupid’s here with the latest relationship advice:

1. Talk about the parenting decisions when you’re both calm: Due to the fact that this is a very important topic for the two of you, it can become very heated when you have different opinions. It’s important to go into the conversation level headed and remind yourself to stay calm if the two of you have very different views. There’s no reason to fight if you’re having a calm conversation.

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2. Be open minded: If you go into the conversation about how the two of you will raise your child with your mind already set up, the conversation will go nowhere. You have to be able to accept that your partner has a different idea of how they want to do things. This way, you’ll really be able to take in what they want and consider the options.

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3. Find a happy medium: With every big decision comes a good deal of “give and take”. Unless the two of you agree on literally everything having to do with your kids, you’re going to have to give things up and accept others as well. Don’t forget that no matter what you decide on, your kids will grow up just fine!

Did you and your partner have differences when discussing how to raise your kids? Comment below with how to came to a compromise!