LOS ANGELES, Dec. 1 (UPI) -- Ryan Reynolds says his new daughter has brought "more love" to his growing family.
The 40-year-old actor discussed in an interview with the Canadian show etalk how his second child with wife Blake Lively has affected his household dynamic.
"It didn't change the dynamic," he said. "There's just more. There's more love, there's more diapers. There's more of all that stuff, you know?"
Reynolds and Lively married in Mount Pleasant, S.C., in 2012, and welcomed their first child, daughter James, in December 2014. Lively gave birth to their second child in September, but the couple have yet to reveal her name.
"It was kind of profound," the actor said of seeing James interact with her sister. "I just love watching my older daughter take care of the newborn. That's been kind of neat to see."
"We settled on the right [name]," he added. "[Fatherhood] is the best thing. You know, it's the best thing that could ever happen to you."
Reynolds had shared similar sentiments about fatherhood in the Feb. 22 issue of People. The actor, who grew up as the youngest of four brothers, revealed in the interview that he had hoped his first child would be a girl.
"Having a daughter was a dream come true for me. I would have made a terrible king," he joked. "I never admitted it out loud, to myself or my wife, but I really wanted a little girl. It's the best."
"I don't have to prepare to be wrapped around my daughter's finger," the star added. "I have been wrapped around her little finger since the day she plopped out into this world."