Jessica Alba just revealed she and film producer husband, Cash Warren, are expecting a teeny-tiny baby boy, and the family celebrated in sparkly style – with traditional blue balloons, glitter and streamers.
“Can’t wait to spoil him”
The Honest Company founder captioned the news with many, many hashtags and it’s obvious these guys could not be happier with their baby news.
“@cash_warren and I couldn’t be more thrilled to announce …” Jessica posted. “#officiallyoutnumbered #babyboy #cantwaittospoilhim #hugsandkissesforlife #soontobemamaofthree”
Jess recently shared her and Cash’s very important rules when it comes to naming their offspring, so we’re very much looking forward to seeing how this plays out in baby boy style.
She said the name they choose “has to be single or double syllable, has to be an ‘H’ and it also has to be a word. It can’t be too weird because you never know.”
The couple are parents to two girls, 9-year-old Honor and 6-year-old Haven.
Jess and Cash shared the exciting news that they were expecting baby number three back in July.
“@cash_warren and I are officially going to be outnumbered #babyonboard #herewegoagain 👶🏼🤰🏽#blessed🙏” Jess posted in the now-traditional Instagram pregnancy announcement.
She recently opened up about how gosh-darned exhausting parenting is, and we can only imagine how knackered she must be trying to run a business, care for her kids and grow this baby number three.
“What really stresses me out the most is thinking about bedtime. My kids like me to sing four songs each to them at night and after a long day of work, all I want to do is eat and decompress,” Jess admitted to US Today.
She noted that parents always feel “compromised and like you’re pulled in too many directions. It’s a balance that I have yet to see perfectly achieved.”
We’re looking forward to finding out more about this new little life. Eyes firmly fixed on Jess’s Insta account!
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#Repost @cosmopolitan When actress @jessicaalba first decided to start @honest, a lot of people thought there was no way it could be a success. And yet, in 2012, the first year #honestcompany sold products, the company hit $10 million in revenue. In 2014, $150 million. 🙌 Tap the link in bio for Cosmopolitan.com's interview with Jessica and some SERIOUS #MondayMotivation 💪💥 Photo by @rubcha 💖💕💓