Dan Gheesling's household just welcomed a new member.
E! News can exclusively confirm that the Big Brother star and his wife Chelsea Gheesling have welcomed their third child, Celine Jean Gheesling.
"Chelsea and I are both excited to welcome a third child to our family," Dan exclusively shared with E! News. "We didn't know the gender of the baby heading into the hospital. We are just happy to have another baby."
The couple's newest arrival makes Desmond, 5, and Miles, 3, older siblings. According to Dan, who runs a full-time daily Twitch broadcast, they are thrilled to become big brothers. "It will be exciting to see how they adapt to having an infant around the house," he said. "They're great kids so it will be fun to experience."
And while their love story is worth celebrating, there's nothing more special than being parents. "The best part about being a Dad is it has both made me grow up and get younger at the same time," Dan explained. "It's a very big responsibility to have little humans call you 'Dad' and I take it very serious always trying to be an example for them. At the same time I'm having a blast being a kid again being knee deep in Legos, dinosaurs, and crayons."
Fans first met Dan in 2008 when he appeared on season 10 of Big Brother and took home the top prize. He would return to the house four years later where he made it to the final two in season 14.
Back in June, the Twitch star was asked if his kids have watched dad compete for the Power of Veto, Head of Household and other aspects of Big Brother. At the time, there was no rush to introduce them to the CBS reality star.
"I'd imagine one day my kids will figure out I won a TV show, but I won't be the one to tell them!" he shared. "Big Brother has been such a great part of my life and am so grateful for the experience, but my kids just know me as daddy, so I'm going to keep it that way for as long as I can."
He added, "Right now my kids are more interested in dinosaurs and knights than watching Big Brother, but if they ever do want to watch the show, I'm sure it will be a fun little trip down memory lane. If my kids ever want to go on the show, I'll support them in whatever they want to do, but I think they'll make their own paths in life."