Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green are the parents of three young sons; five-year-old Noah, three-year-old Bodhi and their newest addition, Journey. Brian also shares a 15-year-old son, Kassius, with General Hospital actress Vanessa Marcil.
The 31-year-old Transformers actress welcomed their youngest in August 2016, but for the most part has kept him out of the limelight.
"I knew I was always going to be a mother; I felt like that was always a big part of my path," she said in June. "But I never knew I was going to have three in such rapid succession!"
Brian also spoke candidly about their growing family. "You know, nothing is planned," he told People. "None of them are ever planned. You kind of just go with it. At my age, to be having three babies, is crazy!"
The actress gave us a 'first look' at the newest addition when she posted an adorable picture of her and the baby on her Instagram at the end of October, when Journey was about 15 months old.
The news of her third pregnancy came as a surprise since she had filed for divorce from Brian less than a year earlier.
The couple started dating in 2004, and were married in Hawaii in June 2010 before welcoming their three children.
Just before Journey was born, it seemed like the couple was back on track.
"Brian and Megan are living together in Malibu with their boys," a source told People in July. "They have been getting along and seem very happy."
And now we're getting a better glimpse into their lives, and it's amazing how quickly things have changed!
Since the reconciliation, the family has been spotted spending some quality time together.
In late October, Megan, Brian and the three boys made a trip to a Malibu pumpkin patch and little Journey remained covered in the carrier.
In July, Megan shared a collage on Instagram featuring each one of her children.
Now we're getting a better look at Journey, and he is too cute for words!
Megan shared a picture of her and her mom, Gloria, along with Journey with the caption "Clone wars," on her Instagram.
The couple have hinted that they may not be done in the baby-making business.
"I want a girl. I really want a girl," Brian admitted. "I'm worried that if I try, I'll just get another boy."