J.P. Rosenbaum has always been a doting husband.
However, now that his wife, Ashley Hebert, is just two months away from delivering their son, he thinks he's more attracted to her than ever before.
"I love her pregnant body," he gushed to ABC News. "I've made it abundantly clear how much I'm attracted to her. She looks stunning. She really does."
Rosenbaum, 37, married Hebert in 2012, the year after they met and got engaged on "The Bachelorette." Now living in Miami, they're eagerly anticipating the birth of their first child.
"We have a couple names picked out. Ashley has her favorite and I've got my No. 1 but her vote counts more than mine," he said with a laugh. "We've got the middle name. We're going to take the first initial of a deceased family member."
The construction manager added that the expectant parents have a nursery in the works and are already stockpiling organic clothing and cloth diapers, which he joked he'll learn how to change two weeks before the baby comes. They're also planning a bris -- a Jewish circumcision ceremony -- for their little boy, which will occur eight days after his birth, according to tradition.
Now, they're simply relishing in the excitement of planning for their son. Rosenbaum will celebrate this weekend with a "dadchelor party," replete with poker, cigars and Mike's Hard Lemonade, which is sponsoring the event. Then he'll head back to Florida to take care of his wife, whom he said has not "pulled the pregnancy card all too often."
"She has not changed at all. She doesn't have cravings, but she's been on a bubble tea kick recently so we've been running out together," he said. "But there hasn't been an 11 p.m., 'I want ice cream; go get it' request. The fact that she doesn't makes me happier to do even more when she does ask."