The pair were engaged on the reality show’s season finale just last August, now the two who seem to be very in love, will be together for their first holiday season, learning about new traditions. Rosenbaum is Jewish and celebrates Hanukkuh, while Hebert’s family celebrates Christmas.
”All of my friends in dental school are Jewish and they celebrated Hanukkuh, but I never did,” Hebert says. “I love it.”
”We have been celebrating the first few nights of Hanukkuh. We lit some candles,” Rosenbaum tells PEOPLE, joking that he has also introduced her to the “Jewish tradition of having Chinese food.” Says Rosenbaum: “We did a pre-Hanukkuh dim sum down in Chinatown with my parents.”
The two are also celebrating Hebert’s completion of dental school earlier this week at the University of Pennsylvania.
”The first thing I said to her when she got home was, ‘Hey Doctor,’ ” Rosenbaum says, adding that his new fiancée’s title “is definitely a turn on.”
The two plan to spend the Christmas holiday weekend with Hebert’s family in Madawaska, Maine, where Hebert says she will “wear PJs, sit on the couch, cuddle with J.P., eat lots of junk and sing Christmas carols.”