Big Brother winner Dan Gheesling and wife Chelsea gladly announced that the newest addition to the family, a baby boy, is here.
Gheesling took it to his social media accounts to share the good news to the world and attached a photo of Chelsea holding Baby No. 2, who weighs 9 pounds at the time of birth.
"Welcome to the world Miles Glen Gheesling your Mom and I (and Des) love you so much!" Gheesling wrote.
The reality star admitted he imagined his two boys running around the house, which he described as a "dream come true." As much as Gheesling and Chelsea were excited, the same can be said of their eldest child, who is now a big brother!
Gheesling told E! News that Desmond was ready for his baby brother. The star lauded his son for being kind and for putting happiness in their lives. Desmond came into their lives in July 2016.
As for them, Gheesling and his wife have been thinking of ways of introducing the baby to Desmond. Additionally, the 34-year-old praised his wife for being a multitasker, juggling her pregnancy, business, and their son.
"It's amazing to think how she does it all, and so well all the time. Chelsea is always so positive even when she is juggling 10 things at once," Gheesling gushed.
Gheesling crossed path with Chelsea in 2008, during the 10th season of CBS's Big Brother, in which he won as the big winner. He placed second on the show's season 14, though many fans believe he ought to win the reality show.
The couple tied the knot in 2011, and Gheesling took it to his blog to share his heartfelt account on what transpired. It was crystal clear that the big day was one never to forget.
"Most people say that your wedding goes by in the blink of an eye, but I disagree. We were able to take the entire day in just by simply being with each other and enjoying that everyone was having a great time," Gheesling wrote.
Meanwhile, fans of Gheesling who are rooting for his comeback on Big Brother season 20 would have to deal with his disinterest in joining the roster of cast. The star said he wishes to give others a chance to play in the field again.
Gheesling cited that if he would ever join the reality show again, it would require more effort than the first ones as other players would already know by then how to attack him.