Selena Star Christian Serratos on Daughter Wolfgang: 'That Girl Has Us Wrapped Around Her Finger'
Christian Serratos always knew she wanted to have children — and since becoming a mom three and a half years ago, the actress says she has never been happier.
"I wanted to be a mom for a long, long time," Serratos, 30, tells PEOPLE in this week's issue, out now. "It's been everything that I thought it would be. That girl has Mommy and Daddy wrapped around her finger!"
"She's a really well-adapted kid. We travel a lot and I had some concern about that obviously, because that's just our lifestyle, but me and David, we try not to overanalyze things or guilt ourselves for too much," says Serratos.
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"We both just realized as long as she's with us, she's great, and she's always been great. She's a really easy kid," The Walking Dead actress continues.
Serratos adds that her daughter will come visit while she's filming.
"Then if I say I have to go, she goes, 'Okay, Mommy, see you later,' " says the mother of one. "So I think it's actually helped that this has always been her reality, and she knows that she has a squad."
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"I feel super fulfilled. A lot of people talk about [how] they know that their family isn't finished. I don't know — our family could be, but only time will tell," Serratos says.
For more from Christian Serratos, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands now.
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