The 54-year-old actress, whose children with her husband Daniel Moder are Phinnaeus and Hazel, 17, and Henry, 15, has admitted that there was a time in her life when she felt "ready" for parenthood.
She uttered: "I encountered Danny when I was prepared. When we are ready to work best with them, we then invite these kids into our life."
Julia still has concerns about her ability to parent despite this.
The Hollywood celebrity said on "Today": "I occasionally experience crippling anxiety of failing. And other times, I've simply asked my children, "So today, me as a mom? I blew it, so can we just take that off the board."
Julia, meanwhile, recently asserted that her acting job has never absorbed her.
Despite being one of the top stars in the entertainment industry, Julia finds more happiness in her family life.
She uttered: "Being an actor has never consumed me. Although it is my dream come true, it is not my only dream. the existence I've created with my hubby.
"the life we've created with our kids. The best content is that. to proudly return home to them at the end of the day. That is my full-time job when I'm not working. And while it doesn't always involve rainbows and kittens, it nevertheless makes me extremely happy."
After taking a sabbatical from acting in 2018, Julia just made a comeback in the role of George Clooney in "Ticket to Paradise."
Nevertheless, the actress made a point of keeping in touch with her family during the shoot.
She uttered: "I sent out numerous letters. Email tends to be dull. Danny and I have always done it, but you don't get the great stamps.
"I still have his seven-page first letter to me, which he penned, stashed somewhere. I'll eventually show Hazel and tell her, "That's what you're looking for.""