Sure, there have been quite a few couples who haven't made it from the Bachelor, Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise franchises, but it's very hard not to root for the duos that have! In fact, some have not only gone on to have long-term relationships, but they've also welcomed some adorable babies as well, as have a few other stars who found their forever-afters off-screen. Meet all of the Bachelor Nation kids!
Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert
The Tolberts just became a family of four! The season two Bachelor couple welcomed son Brooks Easton in a very surprising fashion -- an accidental closet homebirth! The couple, who married in early 2016, told ET that their almost-2-year-old daughter, Emme, is adjusting well to life as a new big sister. "She's been great, she's given him little kisses and been real gentle," Tolbert sweetly recounted. "I'm not sure she understands that we're keeping this baby, like, he's gonna be here every day for the rest of her life, but she's been great with him so far."
Carly Waddell and Evan Bass
The season three Bachelor in Paradise stars married in 2017 and welcomed their first child, Isabella Evelyn, in February 2018. Now, the couple is preparing to add an additional bundle of joy to their family in November. While the pair are excited, they revealed to ET that their second child together will be their last. While announcing that they were expecting again, Bass, who has three older sons from a previous relationship, jokingly commented on the growth of his family, “OK, so I think I finally figured out what’s causing all these babies. Baby number 473ish coming soon! (Im currently carefully curating this babies Instagram page to be released with ointment line in 2054.).”
Ryan and Trista Sutter
The first season of The Bachelorette was a very successful one! After marrying in 2003, the Sutters became the first to have Bachelor Nation babies, welcoming son Max Alston in July 2007 and daughter Blakesley Grace in 2009.
Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried
Hartstock found her beau on season nine of The Bachelorette, marrying Siegfried in a picturesque ceremony in Palos Verdes, California, in January 2015, 20 months after their romance began. The reality TV couple now happily resides in Seattle, Washington, with their two sons, Asher Wrigley, 2, and Zander Cruz, 7 months.
Ashley Hebert and JP Rosenbaum
A beautiful Bachelorette success story! The pediatric dentist and her season seven final pick wed in a televised ceremony in 2012. They have since welcomed two cutie pies, 4-year-old son Fordham "Ford" Rhys and 2-year-old daughter Essex "Essie" Reese, and Hebert is a big fan of sharing their family outings on her 'gram.
Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici
Almost a party of five! The Bachelor season 17 soulmates tied the knot in January 2014. The couple, who remained abstinent until marriage, expanded their love by welcoming their first son, Samuel Thomas Lowe, into the world in July 2016. They also have a 1-year-old son named Isaiah Hendrix Lowe, and he is about to become a big brother, as Lowe and Giudici revealed in June that they were expecting again. "The first two have been pretty cool, so why not a third?” Lowe captioned their Instagram pregnancy reveal.
Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham
The two found love in an unconventional way on season 22 of The Bachelor when Luyendyk actually proposed to contestant Becca Kufrin, then later broke up with her on-camera to be with Burnham, whom he initially chose as his runner-up. Despite the initial bumpy road, the pair, who wed in Hawaii in January, are now proud parents to daughter Alessi Ren Luyendyk, whom they welcomed in May. ET spoke with Luyendyk and Burnham that same month at IndyCar and Acura's Grand Prix of Long Beach, where they said they were ready to be parents. "We're experiencing being new parents, so we're on all the apps, learning about the development of the baby, and it's just been kind of an awesome ride so far," Luyendyk noted.
Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney
When Jason appeared on season 13 of The Bachelor, he initially caused controversy by proposing to Melissa Rycroft, then changing his mind during the season finale and dropping on one knee for Molly Malaney. Mesnick succeeded in his second chance with Malaney -- the former reality stars are now parents to 6-year-old daughter Riley Anne. The Washington native also has a son, Ty, from his previous marriage to Hilary Buckholz.
The star of season five of The Bachelorette, Harris found love with Ed Swiderski in 2009. The TV pair ultimately called off their engagement, and the Love It or List It Vancouver interior designer went back to former long-term boyfriend, Justin Pasutto. Harris and Pasutto now have a 2-year-old son, Leo, and nearly 1-year-old daughter, Annie.
On season six of The Bachelorette, Fedotowsky got engaged to Roberto Martinez, but the two eventually called it quits. She found love again with Kevin Manno, marrying the radio host in March 2017. Daughter Molly Sullivan joined the duo in July 2016, followed by son Riley in May 2018.
Emily Maynard Johnson
The New York Times best-selling author has been through a lot in her love life. In 2004, Maynard's then-fiancé, race car driver Ricky Hendrick, died in a plane crash just weeks before Maynard discovered she was pregnant. Then, after a failed engagement to Bachelor Brad Womack in 2011, Maynard took another swing on The Bachelorette in 2012. The season finale saw her getting engaged to Jef Holm before they went their separate ways just months later. This story has a happy ending, however. After meeting Tyler Johnson at her hometown church, the pair wed in a surprise ceremony on a family farm in 2014. In addition to Maynard's daughter Ricki (from her relationship with Hendrick), the Johnsons have three beautiful sons, Jennings Tyler, 4, Gibson Kyle, 3, and Gatlin Avery, 2.
Andrew Firestone and Ivana Bozilovic
Though the third Bachelor once said he was "shell-shocked" that Jen Schefft parted ways with him, Firestone has found his happily ever after with model-actress Bozilovic. The Firestone heir wed his current wife at St. Mark's in the Valley Episcopal Church in Los Olivos, California, in July 2008, and they have three children, sons Adam, 10, and Shane, 5, and daughter Anja, 8.
Prior to looking for love on season four of The Bachelorette, Pappas was rejected by season 11 Bachelor, Stephen Bradley Womack. Although she’s moved on, the reality TV star had another bit of heartbreak after splitting with Bachelorette winner Jesse Csincsak in 2008. The 37-year-old did meet her Mr. Right, though, saying "I do" to Stephen Stagliano in October 2011, with whom she now has two children, 5-year-old daughter Addison Marie and 3-year-old son Austin Michael.
Peyton Wright and Chris Lambton
The former Bachelor and Bachelorette stars make a picture-perfect family! Wright was on season 10 of The Bachelor with Andy Baldwin, and Lambton was a runner-up on Ali Fedotowsky's season of The Bachelorette, but they later met through mutual friends at a Bachelor event. After exchanging vows in 2012, the family grew with daughter Lyla James in November 2016 and son Hayes Jennings in December 2018.
Fatherhood looks good on Guiney! The fourth Bachelor found love off-screen twice. He was married to Rebecca Budig, whom he met when she was hosting Bachelor repeat shows on ABC Family, from 2004-2010. He went on to wed Jessica Canyon in 2016, and their bundle of joy, Grayson Robert, became part of the crew in December 2018. In their first Instagram post with their newborn, Guiney wrote, "Our first official #family photo! This is my absolute favorite picture ever! We are so appreciative of all love!"
Jen Schefft Waterman
One of the most private of the reality stars from this franchise, Schefft called it quits with Bachelor Andrew Firestone shortly after the pair got engaged on the season three finale. On-screen romance failed her once more when she rejected Jerry Farris’ proposal on her subsequent season of The Bachelorette. She went on to marry PR executive Joe Waterman in May 2009, and the pair welcomed their first child, daughter Mae Elizabeth, in November 2010. A second baby girl, Charlotte Grace, followed in July 2012, and the family now happily lives in Chicago.