Cupid's Pulse Article: Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green Welcome Son Noah ShannonCupid's Pulse Article: Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green Welcome Son Noah Shannon

By Nicole Weintraub

New parents Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green welcomed their son Noah Shannon into the world, according to Born on September 27, the new mother gushed, “We are humbled to have the opportunity to call ourselves the parents of this beautiful soul.” The couple has had a quiet few weeks at home, which are a blessing according to Fox. The couple began dating back in 2004 where they met on the set of Hope & Faith. The pair split in 2009 after a two-year engagement, but reunited in June of 2010. The two were wed on June 24, 2010 and this is the first child for the couple. Green has one son from a previous relationship who is now ten years old. The couple expects to have more children, though since Fox confessed, “I’ve always been maternal.”

How can having a child change your relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

Welcoming a new bundle of joy into your family can alter your relationship with your partner. Here are some ways in which having a child would change your relationship:

1. More responsibility: Having a child together adds an immense amount of responsibility to your lives. Now, you are not only responsible for yourselves, but another human being. The two of you will need to be mature and wise in your decisions regarding your child.

2. Deeper connection: The connection that you share with your partner will be deepened automatically by having a child together. Between bonding over parenting, the two of you will be experiencing new concepts and creating new memories together. Be sure to document them with plenty of video and pictures!

3. Fewer date nights: While adding a new addition to your family is a wonderful experience, there is less time for one on one alone time with your partner. There will be fewer date nights and more family activities.

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