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Kevin Jonas stunned by fatherhood changes

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Kevin Jonas admits fatherhood isn't what he expected.

The 26-year-old star and his wife Danielle, 27, welcomed daughter Alena Rose into the world in February and he admits he is still adjusting to the lifestyle change.

He said: "We thought there would be fewer dirty diapers.

"There are definitely times when I wish I didn't have to think about all of the extra steps, but it's worth it. We have an amazing daughter."

Danielle said: "I tried to warn him. It's a big change, you don't have the freedom to do what you want anymore. But it's a good change."

However, Kevin adores being a dad and loves having the chance to pass down some wisdom.

He added: "My favorite thing about being a dad is knowing that I'm going to be able to take the things that I've learned and implement them in her life."

The couple don't have a nanny but recently hired a babysitter to take care of their baby girl for a few hours so they could spend some quality time together.

Kevin told People magazine: "Recently we got someone to watch Alena for a few hours. Everyone thought we had gone out, but all we did was order Chinese food and watch TV in our pyjamas. It was perfect."

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