Brian Austin Green's Sons Share Sweet Moments in Rare Family Photos: 'Our Hearts Are Full'

The family has enjoyed quality time together, both at home and out exploring

<p>Sharna Burgess/Instagram</p> Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgress with Noah, Journey and Bodhi

Sharna Burgess/Instagram

Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgress with Noah, Journey and Bodhi
  • Brian Austin Green's fiancée, Sharna Burgess, shared some sweet moments from recent family time

  • The Beverly Hills, 90210 alum is a father of five, sharing son Zane with Burgess, sons Journey, Bodhi and Noah with ex Megan Fox, and son Cassius with ex Vanessa Marcil

  • Green recently revealed that he feels like his family is complete

Brian Austin Green and fiancée Sharna Burgess have been cherishing family time together.

On Monday, the fiancée of the father of five shared some special moments the family has recently enjoyed together in an Instagram Reel.

"A few unshared recent moments. Finished with Daisy’s salty af face, or baked af face depending on how you see it 💀," the new mom — who shares Green's youngest, Zane, 18 months — wrote.

"Family, life and our hearts are full 🫶🏼," she concluded the caption.

The photos and videos shared in the Reel show the Green's older sons — Journey River, 7, Bodhi Ransom, 9, and  Noah Shannon, 11 — bonding with their toddler brother. The family enjoyed quality time together at Disneyland, as well as an arcade and bowling alley. There were some quieter minutes at home, and many sweet shots that focused on Zane spending time with different family members.

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Green — who is also dad to  Kassius Lijah, 21, whom he shares with ex-girlfriend Vanessa Marcil — shared on the recent episode of their podcastOldish, that welcoming Zane made him look at fatherhood differently.

"So, funny story. I haven't really planned for any of my kids," he explained after being asked if he would consider having more children. "Every time, it's been, 'Oh, it's OK. We can do this.' I love my kids, and I wasn't against any of them, but I've never experienced that thing of looking at a pregnancy test and hoping that it's positive and preparing that way."

Burgess, 38, shared that she would love to have more children but also remembered they have "four young kids in the home," which makes life "very, very busy." Green said that Zane's birth also made the couple look at the logistics of expanding their family.

"Next baby, you need to have a car big enough to have two car seats, and when you're getting hotel rooms to travel and plane tickets, it's a lot." It's why Green revealed he underwent a vasectomy when Zane was 8 weeks old.

Brian Austin Green Instagram Brian Austin Green with his four older sons
Brian Austin Green Instagram Brian Austin Green with his four older sons

"Zane was born, and I was like, 'I think it's time to close the shop,'" he said. Burgess called his decision a "beautiful thing" since birth control "always made me feel crazy and not inside my own body."

"I was really, really grateful for that," she explained. "It was such a big and beautiful thing he did, and it secures comfort and no stress in our sex life, not worrying about if we are or if we aren't, which is such a gift. Then, we can move forward and plan if that should be in the stars for us." Burgess also emphasized that they haven't ruled out the possibility of having more children.

"If we do it again, I do want the experience of us planning it together, doing the pregnancy test, and really being on this journey with each other. So, we would probably end up having to do IVF [in vitro fertilization]," she said.

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