Jennifer Garner on life, love and babies

Jennifer Garner graces October's Marie Claire cover, and opens up about love, life, babies and her new TV talk show gig.

On 21-month-old daughter Violet: "She's pretty awesome. We're in the sweet spot before the terrible twos. She sleeps till 7! Yeah, we lucked out. Supposedly [when] you have one that's this easy and great, you're screwed the next time around."

On the paparazzi: "[The paparazzi] just nips away at anything you're doing, the small pleasures. I would give just about anything to make it go away, especially for my daughter. I feel like she has a right to her privacy, and it's kind of encroached on."

On her two-year marriage to Ben Affleck: "I don't know what makes it work. But it does. One thing that makes it work is that we're both pretty nice. He's not someone who's ever going to blow up on anyone. What I mean is, if he's ever angry with me, he doesn't act out on it in a weird way or yell at me. And I am the same. So we handle conflict in a very loving and adult way."

On having more children: "We definitely wonder what it would be like to have another - hopefully, knock on wood, someday. My job is great to have as a mom. I get to take breaks and then work in a really concentrated way. During that concentrated time, it sucks, but whatever."

On her future talk show: "I feel like women, and especially mothers, are disenfranchised from our families; we don't have the same support group around us that we did a generation ago. All my girlfriends and my sisters were having these same issues, and I felt like, 'Why isn't this being addressed?' There are tons of talk shows, yet there's nothing that's specifically for them. But I've never gotten the balls to go out and do it."