Heather Morris is surrounded by handsome men!

The Glee star and husband Taylor Hubbell welcomed their second child, a son, earlier today, and their baby boy already made his absolutely precious debut on Instagram.

Sharing a sweet photograph of herself cradling her newborn close to her chest while at the hospital, Morris captioned the photo, "Owen Bartlett Hubbell 7 lbs 3oz born 2.11.16...I can't tell you how amazing an experience to go from a cesarean and having a VBAC...but I did it with the loving help of my husband, Dr and family :) and of course this little guy."

Owen joins older brother Elijah, who the actress previously shared is already on the fast-track to becoming sibling of the year.

"He's really cute around babies and baby dolls and I adore it. He's really excited to have somebody to play with because he's at that age where he's active and wants to do stuff," Morris told us in November.

As far as dealing with pregnancy the second time around, the blond beauty previously told us that she felt more aware of what was happening with her body, and how to stay in shape.

"I don't really have a lot of cravings this time. Just trying to eat really healthy. I'm kind of aware of what my body's going through and what to expect and just more prepared and just being more body conscious, exercising and fit and ready. I go on the treadmill and take Pilates like once a week to make sure I'm staying in shape."

She even shared a selfie from the gym recently, explaining that she was trying to walk everyday to help induce labor. "Gym time! Walking walking walking!! All day long and night..only 12 days left," she wrote.

Looks like it worked better than expected, because this little guy came early! Congratulations to the growing family!

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