Like any mom with a newborn at home, Drew Barrymore is exhausted. But being tired isn't enough to dampen the actress' excitement over her latest arrival.
Barrymore and her art consultant husband, Will Kopelman, welcomed their second child together on April 22, another baby girl.
But the busy mom didn't have much time to rest.
She quickly got back to work, to promote her new comedy Blended with co-star Adam Sandler.
At the press junket for the comedy, Barrymore, 39, told E! News' Ali Fedotowsky she's enjoying motherhood even more the second time around.
"You know what's going on more, so you're a lot less worried and stressed," Barrymore said.
"It's so much more work, but it is so much more calming in a way.It's just grounding."
Sandler, who co-starred with Barrymore in 50 First Dates and The Wedding Singer, also has two little ones at home.
"It's good that they got each other too, as sisters, too," he chimed in.
Barrymore revealed her oldest daughter Olive, who's almost two, loves being a big sis.
"'Frankie, sister.' That's what Olive says."
You can see more of Barrymore and Sandler, when Blended hits theaters May 23.