Adam Levine and his wife, Behati Prinsloo, announced earlier this week that their second child was on the way and now, rumors are swirling in regard to his future with The Voice.

Will Levine take a page out of Christina Aguilera's book and embark on a lesser role on the series that will allow him more time with his growing family? That is exactly what a new report suggests.

“Adam is devoted to being a father and with his second child coming, he will have less time to do other things he enjoys. He thought he would never miss a season of The Voice, but he is now considering taking time off and maybe alternating seasons if the schedule gets to hectic. It’s now something that has become a discussion with Behati,” a Voice insider told Hollywood Life on September 15.

Prinsloo was first to announce her baby news and did so on Instagram with a baby bump photo earlier this week. As fans well know, the child will be the second for Levine and his wife, who welcomed their first child, daughter Dusty Rose, on September 21, 2016.

“Round 2,” Prinsloo wrote in the caption of her photo.

As fans of The Voice may recall, Christina Aguilera began alternating seasons with Gwen Stefani years ago in an effort to maintain a healthy balance between work and family.

Last year, a report set the record straight after a rumor surfaced, claiming the Levine would be leaving the show entirely after welcoming his first child.

“Adam would stay with The Voice and will stay with The Voice even if he becomes a father,” an insider explained to Hollywood Life. “The amount of time he would have to be away really wouldn’t be that much. He could easily do both. The Voice schedule would offer no neglect to family duties and he would be able to do it because The Voice would be accommodating to all of his needs. They would all be able to work out a proper schedule to make it all work out. ”

To see more of Adam Levine and his co-stars, including Jennifer Hudson, Miley Cyrus, and Blake Shelton, tune into the upcoming premiere of The Voice season 13 on Monday, September 25 at 8 p.m. on NBC.