Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Baby News: Joseph Gordon-Levitt & Wife Tasha McCauley Welcome Second ChildCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Baby News: Joseph Gordon-Levitt & Wife Tasha McCauley Welcome Second Child

By Marissa Donovan

Joseph Gordon-Levitt is the proud father of another child! The actor and wife Tasha McCauley have kept their baby news hushed from fans and social media. According to UsMagazine.comthe baby is 23 months old. The celebrity parents will not be revealing the name of their children anytime soon. Gordon-Levitt wants his children to decide whether they want to be in the spotlight or not. This is a decision he has also allowed his wife to make when attending celebrity events. It sounds like Snowden star is quite the family man!

We’ll probably never know the name of this celebrity baby due to his parents’ commitment to his privacy. What are some benefits to keeping information about your child under wraps?

Cupid’s Advice:

Your family and friends may want the latest scoop on what’s happening in your child’s life. Most parents are eager to share their child’s life, but some parents like to keep details about their child private. Here are some benefits for keeping news about your child on the down low:

1. There’s no pressure: Sharing your child’s straight A report card or sports awards can build up expectations. By keeping proud moments private, you can celebrate without pressuring your child!

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2. Your child can share for themselves: By not speaking for your child, you can allow your child to have their own voice. This decision can also give your child independence to speak up when they want to, instead of speaking for them.

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3. Less people will gossip: Information can sometimes turn into gossip when it comes to sharing about your child on social media or to friends. When you keep news private about your child, you are less likely to have people talking about it.

Would you rather keeps news about your child under wraps or share the news? Let us know in the comments!