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Constance Marie

Constance Marie Lopez is an American actress. She is best known for her roles as Angie Lopez in George Lopez (2002–2007), and Marcela Quintanilla in the film Selena (1997). She portrayed Regina Vasquez in the ABC Family/Freeform drama series Switched at Birth (2011–2017). She is currently portraying Camila Diaz in the Amazon Prime Video drama series Undone (2019).

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Sometimes I regret waiting so long to have a child, but I don't make the rules. The universe decided it was going to take me a while to get to be a mom!
It took me three and a half years to become a mom, so it makes me feel so good to know I'm giving my baby the best chance I can to develop a strong immune system and live a healthy life.
I learned so much about the toxicity of our environment while trying to get pregnant, I didn't want to do anything to mess up the kid now that she was finally here.
Family to me is foundation. It's the people that you can call on whether you love them or hate them. When push comes to shove, they're there for you, and that's kind of how this family is.
As any mother knows, we just want our babies to feel better quickly, and we all do whatever we have to do to help them - no matter how much it inconveniences us or hurts our backs!
I don't want to treat my little girl like she's made out of glass or wrap her in bubble wrap or anything! And I also don't want to be constantly correcting her or warning her. Or my least favorite, reprimanding her.
Okay - before I even had a baby, I would dream of the day I could make ponytails on my kid. I don't know why. I somehow got it in my head that it would be such a cool thing.
I never felt ready to have a baby until I was about 37 years old. I knew I always wanted kids someday, but I needed to be 'ready,' ya know? — © Constance Marie
I never felt ready to have a baby until I was about 37 years old. I knew I always wanted kids someday, but I needed to be 'ready,' ya know?
Actually, I failed drama in high school because of nerves. I wasn't able to memorize the words. I had complete stage fright.
I was 38 years old when we started trying to have a baby. I thought it would be no problem, but the 3 years it took us was the most difficult period of my life.
I have learned that I have to slow down and appreciate that my daughter still needs me, still wants me to help her negotiate everything in her life.
I just remember all those days in the unemployment line, stressed out over when my next job was coming.
The working mothers of America deserve medals.
There were some jobs I wanted that weren't necessarily right for me at the time. The ones I thought I'd never get, I got. As long as I am doing the best work I can possibly do at any given time, I can't do any better than that.
My name is Constance Marie, and I am anti-princess.
I eliminated coffee and fish from my diet. The pesticides in coffee and fish, as well as the mercury in the latter, are considered possible contributors to birth defects in fetal tissue.
I'm no stranger to weight issues. I've had cellulite since I was about nine years old. I have enjoyed the uber support of Spanx many times.
I'm very supportive of women getting to a place in life when it's right for them to start a family. It's important for women to take their time to come into their own. I only want to say we might not have as much time as we think we have.
I get as much sleep as possible. When I get home, I have just enough energy to lay out my clothes and go to bed. — © Constance Marie
I get as much sleep as possible. When I get home, I have just enough energy to lay out my clothes and go to bed.
The deaf community and the hearing community, there's not always a ton of interaction.
If stores and vendors know there is a demand for organic products, they will make them. The more they make, the more the cost comes down.
Motherhood is nitty and gritty and brutal and wonderful, but everything I read is about the wonderful parts. Sometimes, you're really in the trenches! — © Constance Marie
Motherhood is nitty and gritty and brutal and wonderful, but everything I read is about the wonderful parts. Sometimes, you're really in the trenches!
After having a baby, there will inevitably be something on your body - a mark, a scar or some loose skin - that wasn't there before.
While you're pregnant, I suggest that you eat like you regularly do. Yes you can eat a little more, but eat healthier for as long as you can.
I feel for all the parents whose babies just keep waking up for years. My heart and back go out to you guys! You are my heroes, and I am not fit to walk in your shoes!
If Luna Marie is at the park, my child is not happy unless she's on the highest bar of the jungle gym or the tallest branch of a tree or jumping over the biggest, deepest hole.
I totally support women working on their relationships, their careers, or whatever they need to do to be healthy moms, but it's also important to realize you may not have as much time as you think.
I am serious about my sleep.
'Wonder Woman' was on TV when I was growing up, and I knew Lynda Carter was part Latina. It gave me a great sense of pride.
My family was dubbed the loud family, but that was mostly because of my mother.
The easiest way to get your body back after baby is to not gain too much weight during your pregnancy!
I was a tomboy as a child! I wanted my daughter to be a scrapper and not so dainty. — © Constance Marie
I was a tomboy as a child! I wanted my daughter to be a scrapper and not so dainty.
I started as a mommy blogger, and it's been really great.
Life is dramatic and comedic at times. Sometimes in the most dramatic situations, there is comedy. And good comedy comes from a sense of reality.
Actually, I failed drama in high school because of nerves. I wasnt able to memorize the words. I had complete stage fright.
Wonder Woman was on TV when I was growing up, and I knew Lynda Carter was part Latina. It gave me a great sense of pride.
I stopped eating meat about six years ago, when I was working on the movie Selena. During the shoot, I had to hold a chicken for five hours-if you hold it and feel its little heart beating for hours, you just can't think about eating it.
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