Bachelorette Star Jesse Csincsak Welcomes a Baby Boy!

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Move over little Blakesley Sutter, there's a new Bachelor baby on the block.

Former Bachelorette winner Jesse Csincsak, who split with DeAnna Pappas in 2008, and his wife, one-time Bachelor contestant Ann Lueders welcomed son Noah Theodore Wednesday morning at Colorado's St. Anthony Summit Medical Center.

"No words can describe how blessed Ann and I feel having welcomed our son into the world today," Csincsak, 28, tells TooFab of the tot, who weighs in at 7 pounds, 4 ounces. "We are so excited to finally have him with us — we've been waiting our whole lives for this moment!"

As for the little guy's moniker, Csincsak tells the site, "At first we were like, 'Oh we'll name him Jesse'…and I was like, you know, I don't want him to feel like he has to follow in my footsteps, I want him to be his own person. I want him to have his own identity, you know, and not type in his name, and all this stuff about me comes up on Google. I want him to have his own little Google ability!"

After tying the knot in Las Vegas in August, the twosome gushed to about their future.

"I've waited my whole life for this day to have my wedding band on, for Ann to have hers on," Csincsak told Us. "Today is the greatest day ever. She is the most amazing person I've ever met. I've waited my whole life to meet her and now I get to enjoy her and our relationship together."

Added a then-four-months-pregnant Lueders, "I have so many nieces and nephews that I'm absolutely in love with that I’m just so happy to finally have children of my own."

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