The Bachelor's Osher Günsberg welcomed a beautiful baby boy last week, and they're already bonding.
The TV host took to Instagram today to share an intimate moment between himself and his newborn son, Wolfgang - who he shares with wife Audrey Griffin.
Osher included a photo of himself getting skin-to-skin contact with Wolfgang (nicknamed Wolfie), telling his followers that the experience "rewired" his brain.
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"Getting skin to skin with our boy Wolfie about ninety minutes after he was born," the new dad wrote in the caption.
Acting on the advice of athlete Kurt Fearnley, Osher claimed to be whispering his first words to Wolfie and "making some promises to him" in the adorable snap.
"To say that the smell of him seeped into my brain and started to rewire things is an incredible understatement," the 45-year-old continued.
"We are now a few days in, and between feeds & nappy changes - whenever I can I'm whipping off my shirt and charging up on this little guy like he's an induction stove.
"I don't know how long he'll let me do it - but holy moly I feel the gears shifting between my ears when we cuddle like this."
Osher stated that he didn't feel he had the ability to "nurse him like Audrey Griffin" can but noted that his son "settles" from his grislier moments when he's on him.
"I'll take that feeling for as long as I can get it," the former Australian Idol host said.
Don't worry, we just uttered an 'aw' too.
Then again, it's no surprise that Channel 10's resident love guru is poetic.
Osher also penned a beautiful message upon the birth of Wolfie:
"We are in love and drowning in gratitude, oxytocin and new baby smell," he captioned the post, revealing he's in "complete awe" of his makeup artist wife who featured with him in the photo alongside his son.
"What I witnessed her do, the power I saw her summon from within her to bring this boy into the world was utterly astonishing. I can’t think of any single thing a man does in his life that physically equates to what I saw Audrey do.
"As he came closer and closer, her body began to unleash an incredible energy that was absolutely not going to be held back. Yet Audrey was able to harness it, guide it, and use it to transcend the extraordinary pain she was feeling and channel it all towards an energy that brought this boy alive and well into the world," Osher wrote, leaving his followers moved by the sweet tribute.