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Eva Mendes, Ryan Gosling

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After welcoming their first child earlier this week, Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling are on cloud nine.

The new parents have understandably had their hands full since the actress gave birth to a baby girl in Los Angeles just a few days ago.

And now E! News has learned how the famous (and super-private) duo is doing as a new family of three.

"Ryan is very hands on. Changes diapers, rocks her to sleep—they gave her her first bath together and videotaped the whole thing," an insider tells us.

Ryan Gosling, Eva Mendes

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Mendes and Gosling also have a few of their close family members around to help them with their bundle of joy.

"Both grandmothers are so in love and have been to the house every day," our source explained, adding that they're both helping around the house and cooking.

The famous couple is said to be "blissfully in love" and their newborn baby has only brought them closer together.

A separate source previously told E! News that "Eva is so happy she's a mom, their baby girl is perfect!"

The insider continued, "She's so good with kids and has been wanting this a really long time. When she found out she was having a girl, she was freaking out. She kind of wanted a girl deep down, but of course just wants a happy and healthy baby."

The good-looking twosome is said to be over the moon with the newest addition to their home and were understandably overcome with love after meeting their child.

Ryan Gosling, Eva Mendes

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"It was very emotional for Eva and Ryan. They were both in tears when they saw their daughter for the first time!" 

Mendes and Gosling, who began dating in 2011 after co-starring in The Place Beyond the Pines, could not be a better match for one another.

"All her friends love Ryan and Eva together," another source dishes.

"He tells her how sexy and perfect she is all the time...he's really romantic. They are both so happy and in love. They wanted to start a family for a while now."