Even though Ashley Graham is famous, she still is trying to figure out how to navigate motherhood while thriving in her career — just like the rest of us.
"As a mom, you feel guilty when you're not working, you feel guilty when you're not with your kids. It's a constant struggle of trying to figure out what is balance," the model, 36, told Entertainment Tonight in a new interview. "Shonda Rhimes actually — I always go back to this speech that she gave... When you're at work, you're missing time with your family. When you're with your family, you're missing time with your work. You're always gonna be missing out on something, so just embrace what this is."
The brunette beauty, who is married to Justin Ervin, also gushed about her three tots.
"Isaac, Malachi, and Roman are like my little dinosaurs," she said. "They're always asking to be wrestled or read a book or play with tools outside. It's fun to have the camaraderie of, like, being a big family and just running around."
"I say, 'You are just brothers born at the same time,'" she said of the twins. "There's nothing about them that is alike."
Fortunately, the mom-of-three said Isaac is embracing his new role of big brother.
"He loves it," she gushed.
Graham previously told People how she tries to not be so hard on herself all the time.
"I mean, I'm guilty every day. Ariana Huffington actually told me, she was like, 'You just have to get over it.' If you live in the guilt, then it's just going to keep hindering you," she shared. "I mean, the idea of balance, I wish it existed. What I do is I have these in-depth conversations with myself and my husband about — I have set up my kids so that when I'm home, I'm home and I'm locked in.”
"And that's all I can do because I would go crazy if I didn't have a purpose outside of that and for myself,” she continued. "And I'm only three and a half years into motherhood, so I'm just doing my best every day."