Alba: Daughter's a tomboy
Jessica Alba thinks her five-year-old daughter is just like she was growing up.
The actress and her husband Cash Warren have five-year-old Honor and tot Haven, who is two.
Her oldest child already seems to be taking on her mother's character traits.
"For sure I see a mini me," Jessica laughed to People magazine. "I was a tomboy when I was a kid. Honor is like me growing up. It's so bizarre."
The 32-year-old is founder of The Honest Company, which focuses on eco-friendly products for families.
Honor is following in Jessica's famous footsteps by getting involved with her mother's exciting and child-friendly innovations.
"Oh my god, yes," she answered when asked if the girls use her products.
"Honor loves to clean the counter with our multi-surface cleaner 'cause it smells like grapefruit, and Haven loves to wash her hands. So we now have three different scents, so she's always trying to wash her hands. I'm like, 'All right, enough washing the hands!'"
The two girls may have grown up in a happy home, but Jessica has made sure her daughters know the importance of giving back.
Honor's eldest daughter is involved in a programme where fortunate kids pick a child in need from a "giving tree" and then put together a care package.
"I've taken Honor to Baby2Baby, and they have this awesome thing they do called 'Give Back Wednesdays'," she explained.
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