'Mistresses' actress Alyssa Milano has admitted she finds juggling her career and raising a son ''exhausting''.
Alyssa Milano says combining motherhood and a career is ''freaking exhausting''.
The 'Mistresses' actress is currently hosting 'Project Runway All Stars' in New York and has brought her 22-month-old son Milo along but as he gets older, Alyssa finds working and raising her son more tiring.
She told People: ''He's been here [in New York] with me for the last seven weeks since I'm hosting Project Runway All Stars and the difference is amazing.
''I brought a baby and I'm going home with a little boy. It's so crazy! He's gotten so big. I take it day by day and enjoy all of my time with him. I'm blessed to have the kind of job that he can be with me every day. But it's still freaking exhausting!''
Alyssa also revealed the tot has started to show an interest in sports, particularly baseball.
She said: ''He seems to be gravitating the most towards basketball. He's really good. He gets it in the basket and everything! Whatever he decides to do, I'm totally all for it.''
Alyssa, 40, previously admitted she and husband David Bugliari are so happy, they are already talking about having a second baby.
She said: ''You think you know what love is before you have [kids] and then you have the baby and it completely shatters whatever concept of [what] love was before you met them.
''I'm enjoying this one right now. We're talking about baby number two, but we're not actively trying yet.''
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