Celebrity Baby Blog / Roselyn Sánchez

Roselyn Sánchez ‘Obsessed’ with Teaching Daughter to Dance

09/22/2014 at 09:00 AM ET

Roselyn Sánchez‘s big break came as a dancer on the Puerto Rican variety show Qué Vacilón — so it’s no surprise the Devious Maids star is introducing daughter Sebella Rose to the dancing world at a young age.

“I’m obsessed with Sebella having some kind of dance background,” the actress, 41, told PEOPLE while at a Pampers‘ event at The Grove on Sept. 9.

“She doesn’t need to be a professional dancer, but I want her, as part of her life, to be able to have a dance foundation.”

And it’s already paying off.

Roselyn Sanchez Pampers Baby Got Moves Paul A. Hebert/Press Line Photos/Splash News Onlin

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Roselyn Sánchez: I Want Sebella to Have a Brother

01/23/2014 at 01:00 PM ET

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Roselyn Sánchez knows how special it is to have siblings and she wants her daughter, Sebella Rose, 2, to experience what that’s like in the near future.

“I don’t want Sebella to be an only child,” the Devious Maids star, 40, tells PEOPLE. “I come from a big family and I don’t know if it’s because I grew up with so many brothers, but I do want her to experience what it is to have a sibling.”

She continues, “So I would love to have one more soon … I hope it happens!”

Sánchez, whose little girl just celebrated her second birthday at playplace The Coop in Studio City, Calif., adds that she’d ideally love to welcome a son as her second child.

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Judy Reyes: My Daughter Will ‘Probably Be a Director’

06/23/2013 at 04:00 PM ET

Devious Maids Roselyn Sanchez Ana Ortiz Judy Reyes Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic

Their mischievous mamas may be the hired help in their new series Devious Maids, but Judy Reyes and Ana Ortiz‘s daughters much prefer to pretend they’re the belles of the ball.

My daughter [Paloma] is into anything princess so it’s all about Tangled and Brave,” Ortiz, who is also mom to 21-month-old son Rafael, told PEOPLE at the TCAs.

My daughter [Leila] is obsessed with the movie Brave. Sometimes she’s like, ‘Mommy, let’s play Brave,’ so we literally reenact scenes from the movie,” Reyes shares.

But while her mama happily shows off her acting skills, Reyes’ 3½-year-old isn’t afraid to don her director’s cap.

“She does the lines and then we switch roles and she goes, ‘No! Don’t say it like that. This is impossible!’ She’ll probably be a director,” she adds.
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