Will Kopelman and Drew Barrymore plan to move to Los Angeles to give their 12-month-old daughter Olive "stability." Credit: Dave Spencer/Splash News

Go West, Kopelmans! After spending the bulk of their daughter's first year living in New York City, Drew Barrymore and her art consultant husband Will Kopelman have decided to finally put down roots in Los Angeles. The bicoastal couple, who tied the knot at Barrymore's Montecito, Calif., estate in June 2012, are anxious to raise Olive, 12 months, in one place so she can feel more secure as she grows.

"They're working there more and feel that living in one place will give her stability," an insider tells Us Weekly of Barrymore, 38, and her husband, 35. (The pair spent most of the last year in NYC close to Kopelman's family. "You have to make choices," Barrymore has told Us of parenting.)

Bonding with their little girl at Big Apple spots like Central Park and the Upper East Side baby boutique Giggle, the couple intend to give Olive a sibling before too long. Speaking to Jay Leno in early October, Barrymore confirmed she and Kopelman are eager to expand their family. "Right away, yes," Barrymore said when Leno asked if she'd like to have more children.

"I grew up as an only child, and although that really works for some people and for some parents that's the way they want to do it . . . I want to be the Griswolds," she explained, referring to the lovable bumbling family in the National Lampoon's Vacation movies. "I want the kids in the back rolling their eyes at mom and dad. I want Rusty and Audrey, theme parks and the whole nine."

Until that time comes, a pal close to the family confirms to Us the couple is spoiling Olive with all of their love and attention: "They're three peas in a pod."