The actress can't decide if she has the energy for sleepless nights with a newborn.
Christina Applegate Access Hollywood

Vanessa Heintz

Like many mothers, Christina Applegate can’t decide if she wants to have more kids.

“I’m 41 years old and I don’t know if I could do the whole not sleeping thing again,” the Anchorman 2 star said Thursday on Access Hollywood Live. “If I was 35, then maybe I’d have the energy.”

Although daughter Sadie Grace, 2½, isn’t an only child (husband Martyn LeNoble has a 16-year-old daughter, Marlon, from a previous relationship), Applegate is unsure about giving her a little brother or sister.

“When I get up it hurts,” she jokes. “Some people can do it and I say, ‘Hats off to you.'”

Still Applegate admits that she may change her mind, adding, “That’s just how I feel right now.”

The actress saysLeNoble, 44, would like a larger family, but he is equally concerned about having enough energy for another child.

“I think we both want to make another Sadie,” Applegate explains. “We watch this little person and she’s so perfect and she enhances our life so much that you go, ‘God — how could we not produce more of these?'”

“We’re both kind of like, ‘Eh, we’re a little old’ — we don’t know,” she says.

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