Drew Barrymore is "proud" her eldest child is learning Hebrew.
The 39-year-old actress - who has two daughters, Olive, two, and Frankie, nine months, with husband Will Kopelman - admits she is very impressed by Olive's language skills.
The 'Blended' star said: "My daughter counted to three in Hebrew today. She was learning [Hebrew] this morning so I was proud of her."
Asked what's the cutest thing the toddler has said to date, Drew told PEOPLE.com: "[She said] her first, 'Oy vey.' That made me happy. "
The actress' children have developed a "really sweet" bond.
She said: "[Olive's] really sweet. Whenever Frankie cries, she always goes, 'Don't worry, Frankie. It's okay.' That's very sweet."
But Drew admits the toddler can get a little rough with her younger sister during play-time.
She said: "She's a sister so she also tumbles her around way too hard. I think every mom has the same experience with their kids."
The 'Whip It' star adores being a mother and previously admitted her family is the "driving force" behind everything she does.
She said: "It's amazing. It's the driving force behind how I live my life."