Jesse Tyler Ferguson can't wait to have kids with his husband Justin Mikita.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson can't wait to have kids.
The 'Modern Family' star, who married 28-year-old lawyer Justin Mikita in New York City in July, has revealed the couple are ''baby crazy right now.''
The 38-year-old actor joked to People.com: ''We see kids with families walking around, and if those parents look away for too long, someone has to hold us back to not steal them.''
He added: ''It's definitely part of our long-term plan. I made a joke that I wanted 'a Kate Gosselin situation,' but that was taken far too literally. I really don't want eight kids. I think we could handle one - two, tops.''
Jesse only recently realised that Justin will always be there to support him.
He explained: ''There was a time that I went to the doctor's office and the form said, 'Are you single, divorced, married?' And I got to check the 'married' box. Then I put Justin as my emergency contact, and when it asked, 'How do you know this person?' I wrote, 'Husband.'
''It really clicked in for me. Not that it didn't when I took the vows, but I realised that it will carry on for the rest of our lives. I will always have this person in my life to have my back and to call my husband.''
Being married has also made Jesse feel more secure.
He said: ''Arguments that you have just don't feel that monumental because it's your husband and you know that you're going to make up.''
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