Brian Austin Green and Megan Fox have been forthright about their co-parenting expedition as they nurture their three sons, Noah, Bodhi, and Journey. In a recent podcast, the actor lauded the Transformers star and her maternal abilities. Know more from dailypopmix.com
During his appearance on the September 18th episode of the Oldish podcast, the Beverly Hills, 90210 luminaries expounded, "Parenting is not a passive endeavour. It requires constant vigilance and decision-making, often in situations where the optimal course of action is unclear.
Established a romantic alliance
Brian reflected on all five of his offspring, stemming from three distinct relationships. Most recently, he and Sharna Burgess welcomed their newborn son, Zane Walker, in June of 2022. Meanwhile, Megan has since entered a romantic partnership with Machine Gun Kelly.
A formal agreement between two individuals
We currently have three children residing in our household, all separated by a mere year and a half in age, and have been raised under similar circumstances. However, they are vastly dissimilar, as they are entirely distinct individuals.
Regarding Megan, with whom he was married from 2010 until their separation in 2020, he asserts that their co-parenting arrangement is successful due to their openness.
Participate in proficient communication
Brian stated, "We partake in efficient communication when deemed necessary and uphold a receptive attitude." We refrain from taking things personally. Megan and I aim to provide our children with the healthiest possible environment."
The father of five also acknowledged that it would be misguided to assume that a divorce does not impact children. However, he emphasised the importance of focusing on the aspects parents can control after a separation.
A favourable encounter through collaborative Parenting
The element under our jurisdiction pertains to how our offspring are influenced. We can make it a positive experience by co-parenting effectively and fostering a loving environment. Alternatively, he stated that we can allow it to become a constant battleground of anger and conflict.
Sharna, on her part, concurs that the co-parenting dynamic among all parties involved is progressing well. She shared during the podcast, "I believe we co-parent exceptionally well. Once again, our primary concern is always the well-being of our children. Occasionally, we can engage in activities together."