Kristen Bell has a scheduling conflict when it comes to Mother's Day.
"Mother's Day is on a Sunday, so Mother's Day is secondary to 'Game of Thrones' viewing, let's be honest about that," the 33-year-old "Veronica Mars" star told ABC News. "It's 'Game of Thrones' first, Mother's Day second ... we will still have a dead serious viewing party - no talking, pull the projector screen down, Sunday nights are a big deal in our household."
Bell added that her and husband Dax Shepard don't really celebrate holidays, even with a daughter now in the mix. Baby Lincoln turned 1 in March.
"I have gotten a lot of hand written Mother's Day notes, even from the dogs in the past - I have a feeling I know who the Mother's Day card bandit is - a very sweet guy I know," she said alluding to Shepard. "We don't make too much of the holiday, we don't make too much of any holiday actually. We kind of try to celebrate every day, that may sound corny but."
With that said, Bell said she wouldn't put it past Shepard to do something sweet today like breakfast in bed.
"I wouldn't put it past him, he's pretty romantic, he's actually really, really romantic," she added. "So, he always has surprises up his sleeves."
Bell spoke to ABC after she took on the role of creative director for Lipton's “Win An Extra SUNday” promotion, where she stepped behind the camera for a change. She was the force behind a special short promoting the idea of helping someone with their to-do list, so they can get to the things that realy matter in life.
"I just knew the vision I had to make these shorts and make them funny," she said. "It was really fun and interesting to be on the other side of the table, watching casting videos and hiring people. It was fun on the day to actually shoot and be in a different position and not have to learn lines or get hair and make-up, just sort of be there and oversee your creative vision. I like telling stories."
What would she do if she had more time?
"Household organization is something that I wish that I had the time to do, I feel like when I walk into my house, I often just explode," she said. "There's just items everywhere and I'm chasing a baby, so she's throwing things and I'm throwing things."
Bell added that "currently one" baby is enough, but she likes the idea of siblings.
"When I grew up in the Midwest and I was 16, I always thought I would have six kids, now I think, 'I was nuts!'"