"It's funny because I'm actually 15 pounds over what I was when I got pregnant, so I'm always like, 'Oh boy, I've got some work to do here!' But basically, I get up in the morning, I get my kid breakfast, we hang out, I drive her to school, I rush back and I do an hour and a half of working out, I rush back and get her, and then I rush back home and we have dinner together. That's my day -- and working out is a big part of it. But trying to eat healthy is hard when you have a toddler. I make her food so healthy, but it's not free from calories because she's a tiny little person and she needs them … because she actually has a really fast metabolism and we want to make sure that she's healthy and has energy. … So [her food] isn't normally what I would [eat]. That balance is difficult, but we get it done!"