Megan Fox & Brian Austin Green Welcome Son: Noah Shannon

Congratulations are in order for Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green!

The Transformers actress gave birth to the couple’s first child, a son named Noah Shannon, on September 27. “We have been very lucky to have had a peaceful few weeks at home, but I would like to release this myself before others do,” Megan announced Wednesday via Facebook.

“I gave birth to our son Noah Shannon Green on September 27th. He is healthy, happy, and perfect,” the new mom, 26, wrote.

Megan went on to gush about the joys of new parenthood.

“We are humbled to have the opportunity to call ourselves the parents of this beautiful soul and I am forever grateful to God for allowing me to know this kind of boundless, immaculate love,” she said.

She added: “Thanks to those of you who wish to send your positive energy and well wishes. May God bless you and your families abundantly.”

Brian, 39, is also dad to son Kassius, 10, with ex-girlfriend Vanessa Marcil.

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  1. Well done to them for achieving what so many other celebrities have been robbed of – their privacy after welcoming their baby, and the chance to be the ones to announce it!

  2. I really like the name….. And it’s very cool that they were able to keep the news to themselves for a few weeks. Congrats to them on the birth of their little guy =)

  3. Yeah, a ‘normal’ name that you all would have balked at 25 years ago. People just name their children whatever is trendy at the time.

    • I know a 75 year old named Noah… and what about the Noah in the Bible. I’m not quite sure what your getting at, Noah is a perfectly respectable and normal name, that will grow with him as he gets older. Honestly what more could you want from a name.

      • I’m just saying Noah isn’t a name that was popular in the sixties, seventies, eighties, or nineties. It’s a biblical name, but it’s trendy at the moment, just like many other biblical names.

        It’s annoying that people say “Oh finally, a normal name” when it’s just a name that’s in the Top 10. There’s nothing wrong with someone wanting to give their child a name that won’t result in them having three or four people in the same class in them with that name.

        • I agree completely. ‘Normal’ to some people is equal to ‘common’, and that’s sad.
          So many parents are afraid to choose a name that they haven’t heard a million times.
          JUST CHOOSE A NAME YOU LIKE…don’t worry about ‘normal’.

        • Actually, it was quite popular in the 80s-90s and still commonly used (Top 400-600) in the 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, and 70s. Even in the 10s and 20s it was in the Top 300. But then again, what people consider “popular” differs from person to person. Top 400-500 is pretty popular, IMO.

    • Yes and then they act surprised and angry when the next 5 pregnant women they know also choose that name.
      Noah is fine, but overused. But you’re right, its trendy right now so everyone on this site will think it’s awesome and such a great choice.

  4. yeah I know about 5 babys named Noah…very common name right now…but I bet he is gorgeous! Can’t wait for them to release pictures.

  5. Those girl rumors turned out not to be true! I think Noah is overused but its better then these made up names or naming your child after an object!

  6. stop complaining about the name it’s none of the publics business what celebs chose to name their kids. congrats to them bet he’s beautiful. in 1967 for example Melissa was the 9th most popular name for girls in the US with 18.370 while in 1975 it was #4 with 24,166 and hits height of popularity in 1979 with 34,049 #2

  7. I think people are referring to “normal” meaning it’s an actual name and not something made up or after a fruit or bird or whatever.

    • all names are “made up”, the common ones just don’t sound made up to you because you’ve heard them so many times. but someone made up every name there is, even noah.
      and plenty of “normal” names are after flowers, cities, or occupations, so what’s the difference? open your mind…..

  8. I love the name!!!! (Gee, I wonder why!) 🙂

    In my 30 years, I’ve actually known more guy Shannons than girls(I’m a girl, lol). Great traditional Irish name. Noah is trendy, sure, but classic. Love the whole thing. 🙂

    Congrats to them! So glad they were able to have some privacy and announce his birth on their own terms. So many celebs don’t get that these days, even when they try.

  9. All people mean by it being a normal name is that they picked an actual name, not a piece of fruit, not the name of a Disney character, not some amalgamation of ridiculousness like Uma Thurman just picked, just a regular name that doesn’t scream “My parents are crazy D-list celebrities using my birth to promote themselves”. It’s refreshing.

  10. I’VE BEEN WAITING FOREVER TO COMMENT ON THIS! Megan Fox is my absolute favorite celebrity (well, besides all the members of grunge bands) and I’m one of those “super fans” so I’m pretty freaking ecstatic for her. I’m not going to say anything about her “normal” name, but I’m glad she named him a classic name like Noah, which in my opinion, is timeless and is cute on a baby, toddler, teen and I can imagine Noah as an adult. Very happy for her and Brian! I like that they were together for so long before they had a child, 8 years and she’s an awesome step mom. Congrats!!!!!! Okay, I’m done now…

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