After their newborn twin son Max remained under medical care due to birth-weight-related issues, Charlie Sheen tells Us the boy is now fine. (He denied reports that his son had heart-related issues.)
"He's great. Everybody's great. Everybody's home," Sheen, 43, told Usmagazine.com Saturday at the opening of "Peepshow" at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.
Leaving them at home wasn't easy, wife Brooke Mueller, 31, tells Us.
"It's the first time weve been away from them for an hour, let alone a night!" she said. "Im struggling more than [Sheen] is."
Their sleep is "challenged at times," Sheen said when asked if he's been staying up all night. "But we're not going to get any sympathy from any new parents!"
Max and Bob -- who were born March 14 -- are the first children together for Sheen and Mueller. He also has daughters, Sam, 4, and Lola, 3, with ex Denise Richards, and a daughter, 24-year-old Cassandra, from a previous marriage.