Alyssa Milano debuted her new son Milo Thomas Bugliari in Wednesday's Us Weekly magazine and the actress joked that Milo makes her "look good" because he's such a good baby.
Milano and her husband David Bugliari welcomed Milo on August 31 and motherhood seems to be agreeing with the actress.
"Everything is going so well," Milano told Us Weekly. "David told me, 'It's like you were dropped off from Planet Mom!' I said, 'No, he's such a great baby, he's just making me look good!'"
The 38-year-old actress and David Bugliari, a 32-year-old talent agent, married in August 2009. Milo, who weighed 7 lbs. and was 19 inches long, is the first child for both.
"There is nothing like seeing the man you love with your child," Milano continued. "The other day David was carrying him in a BabyBjorn while making work phone calls! It was so sweet and beautiful."
"As fun as it was reading all of your gender predictions on Twitter, I'm really bad at keeping secrets and had to share (not to mention, I was bound to unintentionally slip at some point)," Milano wrote. "David and I are elated to announce that we are having a baby boy. We can't wait to meet him."
Milano recently appeared in the comedy "Hall Pass," which was directed by Bobby and Peter Farrelly.
She rose to fame with the comedy series "Who's the Boss?" and later went on to star in the shows "Charmed," the original "Melrose Place" and "My Name Is Earl." She also appeared in movies such as "Fear" and "Poison Ivy II" and inspired the face of Ariel in Disney's animated film "The Little Mermaid." In 2010, Milano starred in the short-lived series "Romantically Challenged."
Milano will next appear in the ensemble cast of "New Year's Eve," which is slated for release on December 9, 2011.
Milano was married to songwriter Cinjun Tate between January and November of 1999. They have no children.