Looks like Sandra Bullock isn't getting much peace and quiet in her household -- but she wouldn't have it any other way.
The 52-year-old actress is the first guest on Harry Connick Jr.'s new daytime talk show, Harry -- airing Monday -- and she dished about her two children, 6-year-old Louis and 4-year-old Laila. Bullock glowed as she gushed about her kids, whom she both adopted from Louisiana.
"The babies are so good. So loud. So loud," she admitted. "I have the loudest children on the planet. I don't know if it’s the acoustics, but they are amazing."
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"That’s because they are New Orleans kids, man," Connick, Jr. joked, who was also born and raised in New Orleans.
But judging by her big grin, the Gravity actress couldn't be prouder of Louis and Laila.
"They are just good, funny souls," she told her 49-year-old Hope Floats co-star before complimenting him on his own three daughters, 20-year-old Georgia, 19-year-old Sarah, and 14-year-old Charlotte.
"You know, you've got three of the most beautiful specimens," Bullock said. "When he sends out his Christmas card -- when [his wife] Jill sends out the Christmas card ... It's disgusting. It’s an accordion of just perfection.”
Harry premieres on Monday, Sept. 12th.
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Last June, Bullock revealed to ET that her adorable son Louis has yet to find out his mom is an A-list actress.
"He has no idea what an Oscar is," Bullock said. "He's not seen it, doesn't know what it is ... He doesn't know what I do. I just go to work."