Ryan Reynolds be­lieves he has a ‘func­tion­ing fam­ily’ now that he has two chil­dren

Kuwait Times - - LIFESTYLE -

The 40-year-old ac­tor and his wife Blake Lively wel­comed their sec­ond daugh­ter - the younger sis­ter to their 23-month-old daugh­ter James - into the world in Septem­ber, and Ryan has said it's "amaz­ing" to watch their el­dest daugh­ter "tak­ing care" of the new ar­rival. Speak­ing to 'En­ter­tain­ment Tonight', the 'Dead­pool' star said: "They look alike. You can see that she's sort of a lit­tle mini ver­sion of our older girl. "But, no, it's great. It's like an ac­tu­ally co­he­sive, work­ing, func­tion­ing fam­ily. It's amaz­ing to see my older daugh­ter tak­ing care of my younger one. 'The Lion King' was right! The cir­cle of life ex­ists." It isn't the first time the 'Green Lantern' ac­tor has gushed over James' abil­ity to take care of their youngest daugh­ter whose name has yet to be re­vealed to the pub­lic as he pre­vi­ously de­scribed the sight as "pro­found". Ryan said: "It was kind of pro­found. I just love watch­ing my older daugh­ter take care of the new­born. That's been kind of neat to see." And 'The Pro­posal' ac­tor - who mar­ried 29-year-old Blake in 2012 - also in­sisted that hav­ing a sec­ond child hasn't changed the "dy­namic" of their house­hold. He said: "It didn't change the dy­namic. There's just more. There's more love, there's more di­a­pers. There's more of all that stuff, you know." Mean­while, Ryan claimed that fa­ther­hood was "the best thing" to ever hap­pen to him, but con­fessed he isn't par­tic­u­larly strict with his daugh­ters. He said: "It's the best thing. You know, it's the best thing that could ever hap­pen to you. "It's re­ally hard to have bound­aries be­cause you just do any­thing they say. Like, any­thing they'll say!"

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