It is no secret that Jennifer Lopez is one of the busiest figures in entertainment. The Boricua superstar is currently auditioning new talent for “American Idol’s” final season next to fellow judges Harry Connick Jr. and Keith Urban. And if travelling across the U.S. with the show wasn’t enough, the singer is also getting ready for her upcoming residency at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas starting January 2016.

But even with her super busy schedule, this lioness makes sure her cubs, Max and Emme, are always close by so she can keep an eye on them. JLo has done a very good job keeping her seven-year-old twins away from the spotlight but now that the kids are getting bigger, people are starting to get curious about their interests and personalities. Let’s face it, with Lopez and Marc Anthony as parents we are expecting these kids to be, well, awesome!

During a recent interview, “Jenny from the block” opened up about her children’s personalities and she describes them as the ying and yang, “They’re great. They’re getting big. They’re at school. Their personalities are beautiful; they’re like yin and yang. They stay true to who they were from when they were born. Emme is like a mini-me; Max is really like a mini Marc. They’re complete opposites. But she’s like super focused and super sensitive, quiet and focused and he’s kind of off the charts, lots of energy, super funny.”

The Bronx Diva also revealed that the twins definitely inherited their parents artistic features, “they both love music. They both asked to take piano lessons and voice lessons and they do gymnastics and taekwondo. They have all kinds of stuff they ask to do all the time,” she told Extra.

Surprisingly enough, as much fun as we would think it would be to have  Jennifer Lopez as a mom, she confessed she can be a little strict when it comes to her children playing video games and using technology, “they know they have to be very good in school so they can enjoy ‘Sunday funday.’ I created it so they can behave and work hard to get it. They work hard because they are not allowed to use their iPads during the week, or play video games, or anything really because they are all school nights.”