You can just tell Jimmy Fallon's daughter is the apple of his eye.
The late-night talk show host lights up as he talks about his barely week-old baby girl Winnie Rose in the "Ask Jimmy: Baby Edition" YouTube video, in which he answered a couple questions about the newest addition to his family.
"The real Gary is super cute, totally protective. Loves her," Fallon said, in reference to the family dog's reaction to having a little human around.
"This morning we were feeding her, and Gary walked up and she was like, 'I'm cool, don't worry about me.' And quickly looked over and licked her head. It was really cute. Because she smells so good and everyone would like to lick her head, but Gary gets away with it 'cause she's a dog."
The celeb also informed fans that raising a newborn is definitely taking a toll on him, but not in a bad way.
"Yeah, I'm pretty tired. But basically it's a weird type of tired, where it's like you're so tired but you don't feel exhausted, you feel like, 'I just have to do this, so I'm gonna keep moving through this pace.' It's fun, it's fun tired because you're just excited to what she does next. It's exciting."
As for Winnie's favorite activities, Fallon said, "Last night we were giving her a sponge bath and she loves it when you put the water on her head, her little head, she has a tiny little round head…She's a great baby. Doesn't cry."
He made sure to mention that she's super little right now, so all she really cares about is sleep, drinking formula and washing her hair. But he'll keep us posted if anything changes.
The Late Night host and wife Nancy Juvonen welcomed little Winnie Rose last week, their first child together. Their daughter arrived at 6:21 a.m. in New York, and the new parents were "overjoyed about the arrival of their beautiful daughter."
Fallon revealed his baby girl's name on his first night back on the show, telling the audience, "I'm emotionally drained. I'm a father of a beautiful baby girl, she's so cute. Her name is Winnie Rose Fallon and she's so cute. She's 5 pounds, 9 ounces."