Josh Duhamel may be one of the hunkiest actors in Hollywood, but his family comes way before his career...and that's so evident, even in his interviews.
"I think threes are a little bit more challenging than twos," he explained when Ellen DeGeneres asked about the terrible twos. "He's a good kid, but he's all boy, man…He's awesome."
His "all-boy" nature is quite obvious in his favorite activities.
"He's all about spooky stories, taking sticks from the park and turning them into stuff," Duhamel said. "I mean, we literally have a pile of sticks at our house. We could have a giant bonfire at any moment."
He continued, "To him, they're something. He doesn't want to go anywhere without them because to him they're either a swore or a magic wand or whatever."
For example, DeGeneres gave Duhamel a cane for his Dumb & Dumber costume when he came on the show around Halloween, and Axl has decided it's his magic wand.
"He's completely taken over," the proud daddy laughed. "He's all boy! I really don't know what else to say."
Of course, the host had to ask about the difference in parenting techniques between Duhamel and Fergie.
"We make a lot of questionable parenting decisions, I think. I have no idea what I'm doing half the time," he joked. "She's definitely more evolved than I am and more patient. But I feel like, having a kid when I was 40-years-old is much different than having a kid at 22. I'm a little bit more mature than I was then! I'm just doing the best I can and trying not to screw him up for life."