Last month, just a few weeks after Jenna Dewan-Tatum gave birth to her daughter Everly, the actress was back on the set of her TV show, "The Witches of East End."
However, the actress, 32, admits that being a working mother is "hard."
"It definitely is a challenge. I'm finding I'm getting more in the flow of things now," she told reporters at a press event on Friday, according to Us Weekly. "It's about switching the brain like, 'Okay, now I'm mom, now I'm the actress' and then jumping into character and then coming back and breast-feeding."
"It's a juggle," she continued, "but I kind of feel like every mom who goes back to work feels this."
As far as her husband, Channing Tatum, is concerned, she's doing a great job.
"She's good. She's tough as nails," Tatum, 33, told "Good Morning America" last month. "Those first few weeks are hard and she's just swimming through them."
"The mom does so much of the early work those first few weeks and I'm just like, 'Put me in the game. Put me in the game,'" he added. "I've gotten so good at like changing diapers, swaddling and then get it back before she cries."