Apr 21 2013, 12:26pm CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr
The 54-year-old comedian's wife Ashley Groussman, 37, weclomed a baby boy called Jax Copeland Arnold earlier this month and Tom, who has always battled fertility issues, admits that having a "miracle" baby has made their relationship more intimate.
He told People.com: "I was in shock when I saw him appear because up until that moment, I didn't truly believe it would ever happen. The disappointments. The miscarriages. When you've tried and failed so many times, you eventually accept that it won't happen for you.
"When I held him, I accepted he was real and though he is obviously too good for me, he will never doubt that his father loves him very much. I also felt a kind of super love for Ashley. An intimacy and partnership and accomplishment I did not know possible."
Tom also revealed that he found it difficult to watch Ashley undergo a C-section but he was eager to watch his child enter the world.
He explained: "Every man will tell you there's nothing that makes him crazier than seeing the woman you love in pain.
"Most husbands don't want to watch a C-section, but I had to see my child enter this world or I didn't know if it would seem real. He's been on a very long journey. I know he's been in my dreams for 35 years."
"The 'Sons of Anarchy' star - who was married three times, including to Roseanne Barr, before tying the knot with Ashley in 2009 - said: "I've worked diligently to become a father for 23 years. Twenty-one cycles of in-vitro with four different women, but the moment Jax was born I realized that this was exactly the way it was meant to be. I was ready because I was healthy and had the perfect partner."
Source: Bang Showbiz
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