Drew Barrymore is sporting some new ink, which pays tribute to her littlest loves.

The 41-year-old actress debuted late Thursday on her Instagram page a photo showing a new tattoo honoring her and husband Will Kopelman's daughters Olive, 3, and Frankie, who will turn 2 later this month. "Olive and Frankie" is written in simple black print below her wrist.

Barrymore, who has other tattoos as well, also shared pics showing her getting inked and then holding hands with her tattoo artist.

"Getting a great little lifetime note on my arm," she wrote.

Barrymore follows in the footsteps of several celebrities who have tattoos that pay tribute to their children, such as Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, AdeleJulia RobertsDavid Beckham, Victoria Beckham, Michael BubléHeidi KlumSusan Sarandon and Eminem.

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Drew Barrymore, Olive Barrymore, Frankie Barrymore Kopelman

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"I just love having a family," Barrymore told E! News at the launch of her curated holiday collection for Shutterfly last November. "I love my kids—I feel so blessed. I feel like I've never been better as a person [than I am] through my family."

"Being a mom is everything in the world," she added. "I feel like I was born the day my kids were, and everything in life was like an experiment to learn to apply to them."

Barrymore, who made her onscreen debut at age 3 and famously starred in E.T. as a child, had talked to the Today show in 2014 about balancing motherhood and acting. She said she thinks she will act "less and less" because she "finds the hours at this point in my life too difficult with kids."

The actress has in recent years focused more on producing and has acted sporadically, appearing in movies such as Blended and Miss You Already.

"It's hard to be present when you wake up before them and come home after they've gone to bed," she said. "That's just not the way I want to have this journey with my kids at this point in their life. But maybe when they're older, I will feel differently."

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