Jessica Biel has her hands full with the men in her life!
The 34-year-old actress recently dished about her and husband Justin Timberlake's adorable 1-year-old son, Silas, and it appears the couple's only child is definitely taking after daddy.
"He's a ham, just like his dad," Biel admitted during an interview with the Today show. "Serious ham -- he thinks everything's funny. He thinks sneezing is really funny. He's in that moment where bodily function is really funny."
On @theskimm Well good morning @JessicaBiel. UpWiththeSkimm #SkimmLife Name: Jessica Biel Job: Mama Bear, actress, producer, wannabe alpinist, consummate student of the @WomanCareGlobal #ThenWhoWill campaign. What time do you get up? It varies but I would say always (2) hours before I’d really like to. How many times do you snooze? I’m not a snoozer. Never have been. Wish I was but I would never get up if I did. I do snooze periodically throughout the day during any sort of boring conversation. Do you snore? I don’t think so. And even if I did, my dog Tina snores so loudly that no one would ever know if I did. Thanks T. 3 things you can't live without in the AM? Yoga. Eating breakfast with my kid. Listening to Erykah Badu while I eat with my kid. We love her. Favorite line from theSkimm recently? “What to say to your niece who just found out about Santa? It’s OK. The Nazi Gold Train isn’t real either. What's your morning drink? Bullet Proof Decaf Coffee. Who do you let speak to you before coffee? Wait... is that an option? Complete the sentence: Woke up like this: Disheveled, running late, doing too many things at once and underperforming all of them; but pretty thrilled about mediocrity! Could be a lot worse, guys. A lot worse.
Biel said she and her son listen to a lot of Timberlake's music, though Silas doesn't yet recognize that his father is a famous musician.
"He hasn't really seen him on stage or anything, and I think once he sees that and connects that dot, then when we play the music, I think he's gonna realize, 'Oh, that's daddy up there,'" she mused.
And it turns out Timberlake family time is pretty simple.
"We do a lot of, like, yard hangout," Biel shared. "You know, like, picnic blanket on the yard, music, books everywhere, crawling through the grass -- that kind of stuff."
Still, she couldn't be happier.
"I definitely have that unit feeling -- it's a good feeling, isn't it?" the 7th Heaven star said about having her own family. "It's very insular, and it feels like, you against the world, and you can do anything. It's kind of like that aspirational feeling I guess."
Biel is definitely striving to do more for mothers and children, promoting the event she had last week with stationary company Tiny Prints and the non-profit group Baby2Baby -- an organization that provides low-income children with diapers, clothing and other basic necessities -- at her West Hollywood restaurant Au Fudge.
"It does change things, because you have a firsthand experience as to how difficult it is to have a kid," Biel said about motherhood. "How many diapers they need a day, how many wipes you use, how much they eat, or how much you prepare that they don't eat. So, it really changes your perspective massively, I think."
ET chatted with Biel earlier this month at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of the upcoming drama she produced, The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, where she talked about working with her husband on the film.
"He's much better left to his own devices," Biel shared. "I mean, I like to say that I was his boss, but I wasn't really acting as his boss. So we had a good working relationship."