The 38-year-old actor and wife Eniko Parrish, 33, welcomed baby boy Kenzo into the world last week, and while this is Hart's third child, he insisted to ET's Nischelle Turner at the Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle press day in Hawaii that he has yet to change a diaper.
"I have not changed a diaper," he proclaimed. "I'm around when the diaper is being changed, which makes me a part of the process within the moment."
As for how he avoids doing the dirty work, Hart explained, "All you have to do is find other stuff to do while it's going down to keep you busy. That's all."
While Hart's co-star, Dwayne Johnson, was adamant that Kenzo looks like his gorgeous mother, Hart argued that his newborn son has his "strong genes."
"He looks just like his daddy," the comedian quipped. "He's a very attractive child."
In all seriousness, Hart is quite enjoying being a dad for the third time. "I have no complaints at all -- very blessed, very happy."
Thrilled to have so many children, he has 12-year-old Heaven and 10-year-old Hendrix from a previous marriage, Hart continued, "Uh, you know, looking to expand this legacy. Last name Hart lives on. Generations now, we got generations of it."
Earlier this year, Hart joked with ET’s Kevin Frazier at his HartBeat Weekend charity event in Las Vegas that he’s going to be a “thug dad.”
"I'm definitely going to rock that. My whole thing is being a cool dad," he explained. "I'm also thinking about inventing those hip pouches... where the baby could just be in this thing on my hip and I can chill. I just throw the baby on the hip, so that way I don't really [have] to do nothing with my hands."