Jennifer Garner stopped by "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Thursday, September 27, and explained to the talk show host what it was like raising her new son Samuel and life with her husband Ben Affleck.
Garner gave birth to the couple's only son on February 27. Affleck and Garner, who have been married since 2005, also have two daughters, 6-year-old Violet and 3-year-old Seraphina.
Garner has spoken about not wanting to have anymore children but told DeGeneres when asked if she planned to have more children, "I plan to be done with that but my husband is kind of a wonder sperm kind of guy."
"You just have a look at him, you can see why," she added.
Garner also talked about her nearly 7-month old baby Samuel and the differences between raising a boy and two girls.
"I mean, they [Violet and Seraphina] didn't pee in my eye," Garner said.
"I don't know if it's because he's a boy. I don't know if it's because he's my third and I forget that I have him," the 40-year-old actress added. "You're just dealing with two and then you think, 'I swear I put a baby down somewhere.' And you kind of walk through the house, 'There you are!' and he's just happy as can be."
Garner describes her son as "so chill and mellow."
"He reaches when he sees me and he laughs a lot," she added. "He thinks I'm super funny. What more do you want?"
Garner also joked that she and Affleck have trouble keeping up with her kids.
"Talk to Brad and Angie. They seem to have it together," she said. "I call my kids Shiloh sometimes."
Garner recently appeared in "The Odd Life of Timothy Green" and will next appear in the film "Butter" with Hugh Jackman, Alicia Silverstone, Olivia Wilde and "Modern Family" star Ty Burrell. The film hits theaters in limited release on October 5.
Check out Garner's interview on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" below.