First Look At Blake Lively And Ryan Reynold’s Adorable Family

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People got their first ever look at Blake Lively And Ryan Reynold’s adorable family today and it was everything, and more than they could have imagined!

Reynolds was being honored with his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in L.A., and his mother, brothers, wife Blake Lively, and his daughters were all there to show their support.

The Deadpool actor starts his speech at around the 27 minute mark by thanking so many people at the ceremony who he “loves and respects” and helped put him up there.

He thanks his big brothers who showed him the ropes, and how to “turn any wall or a window into an exit immediately.” Reynolds goes on to thank his mom Tammy saying, “you have four boys that each and every one of them would give their last drop of blood for you, and I think that speaks less to the character of your boys and more to the character within you.”

In true Reynolds style, he jokes about how proud she must be of him as he’s been an actor for over two decades, but has never been in jail or rehab, “and I think we both know why that is…because I’m very good at hiding things.”

To his wife Blake he lovingly says, “You make everything better. I mean absolutely everything in my life better. You’ve given us two of the most incredible children I’ve ever hoped to have. You’ve made me the father of my dreams when I thought I only had fun uncle potential.”

After a brief thank you to his dad who passed away in October of last year, he wraps up his speech and brings his family up for to take some photos.

Blake brings the girls up to pose with Reynolds and his new star. It is adorable.

2-year-old James, who’s birthday is actually tomorrow, is quite the ham. She jumps up on stage, and grabs a microphone while her parents attempt to corral her and photographers have a field day snapping shots of the toddler. Their 3-month-old daughter who is yet to be named (or rather her name has not been shared with the public just yet), also joins the photo session all snuggled up against her mom, then her dad.

The family of four seems almost like any other family with a toddler and new baby, slightly scared about what might happen, ready to dart after the toddler at any minute. Reynolds and Lively seem to be handling parenthood like pros, and with a great sense of humor.

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