March 20, 2015 05:45 PM

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There’s no managing Noureen DeWulf‘s happiness: she’s a mom!

The former Anger Management star welcomed her first child with her husband, pro hockey player Ryan Miller, on Friday, March 20, in Vancouver, B.C., her rep confirms to PEOPLE.

After 10 hours of labor, son Bodhi Ryan Miller was born weighing 7 lbs.

“Ryan and I are so in love with Baby Bodhi who entered the world with his eyes open today,” the new mama, who shared a snapshot of her newborn son on Instagram, tells PEOPLE exclusively.

“He is healthy and happy and we couldn’t be more excited to start this new chapter in our lives.”

Adds Miller, “Welcome Bodhi. You are loved! So proud of Noureen. Seeing your wife become a mother is falling in love all over again!”

DeWulf’s rep adds, “The baby, mom and dad are all in good health and are over the moon!”

The actress announced the pregnancy in September, after her crazy cravings of French fries and pickles made her suspicious.

“My husband Ryan and I couldn’t be more excited,” she told PEOPLE.

And the excitement continued in October when the couple found out they were expecting a baby boy. “Ryan and I are feeling very blessed and can’t wait to decorate the nursery, which will be full of hockey memorabilia,” she joked.

Baby Bodhi will likely follow in his father’s hockey footsteps: DeWulf told PEOPLE her son was already showing interest in the sport.

“I think he will play hockey,” she said. “That’s what he’s telling me from in my belly.”

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— Anya Leon with reporting by Melody Chiu

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