It's sometimes really hard to remember that Drake is actually a father. Drake's son, Adonis' photos have usually consisted of baby bump pictures from mom Sophie Brussaux or pictures of artwork he's drawn. That's why it was such a shock to everyone when Drake shared his Father's Day present from Adonis earlier this year. Recently, it seems like these celeb parents are getting a little more lenient when it comes to sharing info about their son.\nAdonis actually recently celebrated his second birthday. Although neither of his parents posted photos of their son, they did give the internet a sneak peek into his birthday. Drake shared a photo of the venue's entryway with "Adonis" spelled out in balloons above. He captioned the photo, "Happy Birthday King."\nBrussaux also shared some details of his birthday party. She posted a photo outside of the venue with a standup cookie monster captioning the photo, "A proud, PROUD, birthday mom 🥳."\nView this post on Instagram Happy Birthday King 💙 A post shared by champagnepapi (@champagnepapi) on Oct 11, 2019 at 4:05pm PDT\nWhile most photos of Adonis have been shared during special occasions, Drake decided he wanted to share some random Adonis love with the rest of the world. On his Instagram story, he shared a photo of his son's tiny feet wearing socks that read " I ❤️ Daddy."\nNot only did the photo reveal how cute their bond together is, but Adonis was also sporting Burberry pants. It looks like Drake and Brussaux are definitely treating Adonis to all the luxuries they can.\nChampagnePapi | Instagram Story\nDrake recently celebrated his birthday in LA with a Mafia-themed party that left people wondering if Kylie Jenner and Drake were hitting it off.\nEither way, Drake's past relationship with Rihanna hasn't affected his co-parenting skills with Sophie Brussaux in the past, and this time shouldn't be any different.\nIt isn't uncommon for celebs to want to keep their privacy when it comes to their children, so we're grateful for everything these parents have been sharing with us already.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.