Sean Lowe Says He Hopes His Kids 'Don't Care' That He and Wife Catherine Met on The Bachelor



The Bachelor's Sean Lowe Talks Life with Three Kids Under 4: "I Want to Enjoy the Newborn Phase"

"The other day, Samuel — who was hanging out naked — thought it would be great to leave our backyard while I wasn't paying attention, ring our neighbor's doorbell and ask the little girl who lives there if she wanted to come swim in our plastic kiddie pool," he says. "I had to apologize profusely to her dad who, thankfully, had a good sense of humor."

Ahead of Father's Day, Lowe is partnering with Gillette and Target to encourage dads everywhere to rock a clean-shaven face. Research studies have shown that skin-to-skin contact with a newborn is essential for parent-child bonding — and as Lowe says of his own daughter Mia, "She doesn't want my scratchy, prickly scruff on my face."

Both Samuel and Isaiah have quickly embraced their roles as big brothers to the sweet infant. "Sometimes they love her too much," Lowe jokes. "They give her so many kisses to the point where I have to tell them, 'Hey, guys, let her breathe a little bit.' "

Lowe is one of several stars from Bachelor Nation navigating parenthood— former Bachelor Arie Luyendyk Jr. and wife Lauren are parents to daughter Alessi Ren, 1, and former Bachelorette Trista Sutter and husband Ryan Sutter have two kids (Blakesley Grace, 11, and 12-year-old Maxwell Alston), among other families.

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Though Lowe hasn't swapped parenting advice with other franchise alums, he enjoys watching their kids grow up.

"It's crazy that The Bachelor is creating all of these little families, but it seems like those guys are doing well in fatherhood," he tells PEOPLE — and the same could be said of Lowe, whose Instagram is filled with family selfies and silly videos of the kids' antics.

He and Catherine are planning to celebrate Father's Day at home, he says, watching the little ones ride scooters in their Dallas neighborhood and play baseball in the backyard.

As for gifts, a simple "I love you, Daddy" from the kids does the trick. Says Lowe, "That makes me the happiest."

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