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Bo Bice on Fatherhood

10/27/2005 at 06:33 AM ET

In this week’s In Touch, American Idol runner-up Bo Bice speaks out about his roller coaster year. Besides his near win on American Idol and the AI tour, Bo married his long-time girlfriend Caroline Fisher, and welcomed his first child into the world, a baby boy named Aiden. "Being a dad is incredible," he said. "He’s a lot better looking than me. There are no words to explain the feeling you get when your son comes into this world and looks you in the eye." As for baby Aiden following in his dad’s musical footsteps, Bo says he is already on his way. "He’s working his pipes, trust me," he said. "He’s hitting notes I only dream about hitting."

Bo also discussed being there for the birth of his son, and said that his wife Caroline was in labor for twelve hours, and "worked her tail off." Bo says taking care of Aiden is all about teamwork – Caroline nurses him and Bo changes all the diapers!

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Scarlett on

I’ve seen photos of him and he’s gorgeous!

Sarah CBB Editor on

Are the photos something that site readers can see, or are they private? Please share if you can!

Scarlett on

They are private photos otherwise I would definately send them to you!


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