"I haven't been great as far as being an assistant to my wife, in that the baby will wake up a couple times in the middle of the night and then I've been adding a third wake-up because I have night terrors about where the baby is," he explained. "I've been waking up, grabbing my wife's face and saying, 'I don't know where the baby is.' Then I just go back to sleep."
Despite the frequent wake-ups, Meyers is enjoying his new role as a father.
"It's fantastic," he revealed. "Your life completely changes, but it changes so much less than the mother's life changes. Mine's pretty similar except there's a baby at home in the morning and at night, but I still go to work."
"That I enjoy more than I thought I would in that there's a beginning, a middle and an end," he joked. "When the baby is crying and you can't communicate with it, then I'm frustrated. At least with the diaper, I know that it started dirty and now it's clean."
Two days after Ashe was born, Meyers returned to host Late Night, where he shared an adorable story about watching his wife in labor.