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Jesse Csincsak Gets Daddy Advice From Former 'Bachelor' Jason Mesnick: 'You'll Know Exactly What To Do!'

Mon, January 10, 2011 8:30am EDT by Add first Comment

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Jesse says he’s super nervous about being a dad, but he still ‘can’t wait to meet his son!’ Aww!

It’s finally on to happier days for former 28-year-old Bachelorette contestant Jesse Csincsak who was briefly engaged to one of America’s favorite Bachelorette‘s DeAnna Pappas, 29. He is about to become a father within the next three weeks with his wife, also a Bachelor competitor, Ann Lueders, 26. With D-day just around the corner on Jan. 31, Jesse talks fatherhood with and leaning on his good friend, Bachelor Jason Mesnick for advice!

“I talk to Jason. We are good friends and I called him and told him I’m so nervous to be a dad and I don’t know what to expect,” Jesse shares. “He was like, ‘Just be you, do you. As soon as your son comes out you’ll know exactly what to do.'”

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Besides being nervous, Jesse, who is a professional snowboarder, can’t wait to have a son to follow in his footsteps. “As soon as that kid can walk he is going to be on a snowboard,” Jesse laughs.

But if Noah — the name Ann picked out for their expected little boy — chooses a different path, that’s okay too. “No matter what he does, whether he wants to be a ballerina or a motocross guy, we would care less,” Jesse explains. “We just want him to put 110% into everything he does and we will support him no matter what.”

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Jesse also even plans to change diapers! “I’m not scared to change a diaper,” he says. “I want to be a part of every little thing in my son’s life. I want to be there no matter what. My dad was semi truck driver and was always on the road to put food on the table and wasn’t there a ton, so if there is anything I can do to change that and be there, I will. To be there for all the crying, the whining, the diapers, the colds, the doctors appointments, the soccer games — that’s my goal — to be there all the time!”

Sounds like Jesse is well on his way to being a good daddy. He’s even prepared for D-Day whenever it may come within the next three weeks. “We have bags packed already for the hospital,” Jesse tells us proudly. “We have a ‘Noah bag’ and ‘mommy bag’ and the hospital is 8 miles away.”

“I can’t wait to meet my new son,” Jesse gushes!

– Lindsey DiMattina

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