Congrats are in order for former "Bachelor" star Sean Lowe and his wife, Catherine, as the two welcomed their third child on Monday. It is the third baby for the happy couple that met on the 17th season of the reality dating show. It's their first girl, however, something that Lowe seemed excited about in his Instagram post announcing her arrival.
"I’ve always wanted a daddy’s girl and now I’ve got her. Mia is healthy, Mama is doing great, and God is so good!" he said alongside of a cute photo of himself holding his new girl.
"Bachelor" host Chris Harrison commented: "God bless brother. Congrats!"
In her post about the birth, Catherine wrote simply "Mama, Mia."
Catherine noted in a response to a fan that the birth was a scheduled c-section. Just hours before, she shared a photo of her two sons kissing her belly with a heartfelt caption.
"When Sean and I first talked about having a family, we constantly talked about a house full of love and laughter. I don’t think the baby knows how much love is really in store for him/her," she wrote.
Former "Bachelorette" Ali Manno replied, "How exciting! One, I think it’s super exciting to know your sweet baby is coming! And two, right around Christmas! Possibly even Christmas Eve! I just think it’s so special and I’m sure you do too. Will be thinking about you love!"
Catherine talked to PEOPLE about how surprised she was to find out she was pregnant again less than a year after giving birth to the couple's second child.
"It was a complete surprise and I stared at the wall for a good 24 hours. I was like, 'I just had one of these!'"
"Isaiah was 11 months old when we found out," she added. "It was a little overwhelming to think about but we wanted a big family. This is just the way it was supposed to happen. So we’re excited."
She also talked to Entertainment Tonight recently about the holiday season in their house.
"Well, we haven't prepared much, because of all the chaos and Christmas coming up and our businesses," she said. "I've definitely been preparing to be super present with my kids now because it's going to be a very different chapter in a couple weeks.
"We're trying to sleep train Samuel so he's not injuring the baby when it sleeps in our room because at three years old, Samuel's definitely feeling more confident about doing whatever he wants at whatever time he wants," she continued. "So, we're trying to just set boundaries and expectations for our family."