Jason Biggs: The One Thing I Refuse to Give Up for My Son

PHOTO: Jason Biggs, left, and Jenny Mollen, right, are pictured on Feb. 1, 2014 in Santa Monica, Calif.

Actress and comedian Jenny Mollen recently admitted that before her baby boy Sid was born last month, she worried she wouldn't connect with him.

Immediately after the birth, Mollen was changed and said she felt a lot of love for her son.

Now, her husband "Orange Is the New Black" star Jason Biggs is adding to those sentiments.

"What I'm learning -- and what's interesting -- is that my wife has changed completely, and I'm sure that I have too," he told People magazine last week.

Read: Jason Biggs and Jenny Mollen Welcome a Boy

He continued: "She sees it in me, and I see it in her, and we're stronger now because of it."

Biggs, 35, and Mollen, 34, have been married since 2008 and welcomed Sid on Feb. 15.

"That change that happens is so tangible. It happens overnight, and it's the craziest thing," Biggs said. "What I've learned from fatherhood is that having a son cannot, did not, change my love for 'The Bachelor!' I thought that having a son would make me grow up when it came to my TV viewing habits, but I love 'The Bachelor' even more after having a child."

Related: Jason Biggs Posts Instagram Video From Delivery Room

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