Ryan Reynolds thinks having children has given him a "better" outlook on life.
The 'Deadpool 2' actor - who has daughters James, three, and Ines, 19 months, with wife Blake Lively - no longer worries about "stupid" things and is more focused on living his life in the moment - as well as showing off pictures of his family.
Asked how having children has changed his perspective, he said: "It's so much better. Having a family means that you stop worrying about a lot of stupid things and you start focusing on the present.
"I remember how I used to get bored when people would show their baby pictures, and I wanted to jump out of the window after parents would show me baby photos on their phone displays.
"Since I've become a father though, I can't stop taking my own children's photos and showing them to my friends. "
Both Ryan, 41, and 30-year-old Blake are determined to be "present" parents and co-ordinate their working schedules so one of them is always around for their girls.
He said: "It's not that difficult [to juggle]. We don't allow our film schedules to overlap and we are very conscious of being very present as parents.
"I come from a big family and so does Blake, and we both want to create a very warm and happy environment for our children."
But despite their happy family life, the 'Proposal' star admitted he does wish he was able to get more sleep.
He said: "Getting enough sleep is always a big challenge. My wife and I are convinced that our daughters are allergic to sleep. I try to sing to them but usually I'm the one who falls asleep instead."