"Everyone is saying, 'You better sleep now [because] you're not going to get any when the baby's here.' [And] 'Oh, your life is over after that.' [And] 'Oh, it's the most beautiful thing ever, but it's tough,'" the 40-year-old actor told "Entertainment Tonight Canada."
"I look forward to putting the attention [on the baby]. All the love that you have for something like that is what makes it so great and I think we are both ready for that," he said.
Duhamel said he and his spouse have agreed to schedule their work engagements so they can spend as much time together as a family as possible.
"I can't imagine having a kid and then not being able to be there -- that would just drive me crazy. My head would be at home with mom and baby," he said. "We want to work it out so that we can be together; whether I am working, they can come with [me] or if she is working I can go with them. I can't see myself ever wanting to be away from my wife and kid."
The couple married in 2009 and announced Fergie's pregnancy in February.
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