Judy Reyes: My Daughter Will 'Probably Be a Director'

“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.

Scrubs's Judy Reyes Welcomes a Daughter

There’s a new addition to the Sacred Heart Hospital staff – Scrubs star Judy Reyes has given birth to a girl.

Leila Rey Valencia arrived on Friday, Nov. 27 at 7:11 p.m., weighing in at 6 lbs., 7 oz and measuring 19 inches long. Baby girl is the first child for Reyes, 42, and her boyfriend, director George Valencia.

The actress, who announced her pregnancy in June, confessed to being a bit nervous about impending motherhood.

It'll Be a Girl for Scrubs' Judy Reyes

Scrubs star Judy Reyes is breezing into her third trimester, telling PEOPLE’s Celebrity Baby Blog she is feeling “wonderful” and enjoying a complication-free pregnancy.

“I had a little morning sickness in the first trimester but other than that I’m enjoying it,” she says.

Judy Reyes of Scrubs Is Expecting

Time to buy some baby announcements, stat!

Judy Reyes, who stars as the sassy nurse Carla on TV’s Scrubs, is expecting her first child with her boyfriend, director George Valencia, her rep tells PEOPLE exclusively.

Scrubs Actress Recovering After Fall

Scrubs actress Judy Reyes is on the mend after suffering a fracture after an accidental fall, her rep, Monique Ward, tells PEOPLE.

Reyes, 37, who plays nurse Carla Espinosa on the NBC comedy, will be released from the hospital Monday. “She’s going to be fine,” Ward says. “She had an accidental fall at home and fractured her pelvis on Wednesday.

“She had surgery to repair it on Thursday. She didn’t realize it was as bad as it was and still went to work. Once there, she realized she needed medical treatment. She went to a hospital from the set.”