Ashlee Simpson wishes she could spend more quality time with her family.
The 33-year-old singer - who has a three-year-old daughter called Jagger with her husband Evan Ross - find it hard to strike a balance between their working lives and creating time for friends and family.
In a clip from their reality show 'ASHLEE+EVAN', the pop star - who also has a nine-year-old son called Bronx from her marriage to Pete Wentz - says to Evan: "There's always people over. It's like so loud last night. I couldn't sleep.
"You know what's important to me. You know getting into this and working again, it's important to me that we're with our kids, that we get the rest that we need. For me feeling like we have a balance is super important.
"And right now, I feel a little off balance. I feel like we can just be family and not have so many people around us."
But Evan disagreed with his wife's assessment of the situation, and said they should instead be focused on their music careers.
He explained: "I don't think we don't have those. So we have a really important day right now and I feel like we need to change the energy to focusing on how important this situation is and that we're getting a vocal from Virdine White and all this kind of stuff."
In the end, Ashlee accepted that she and her husband will never agree on the issue.
She said: "We're just not on the same page about that. It is what it is."
Meanwhile, Jessica Simpson, Ashlee's older sister, recently announced she is expecting her third child.
The American star - who has daughter Maxwell, six, and son Ace, five, with her husband Eric Johnson - wrote on Instagram: "This little baby girl will make us a family of five. We couldn't be happier to announce this precious blessing of life."