It seemed like Jessica Alba was pregnant forever when she finally gave birth to her second daughter, Haven Garner. Now, Haven has had her first photo shoot, appearing in the last issue of People magazine.
Alba and husband Cash Warren welcomed their second child on August 13, and Alba tells the mag, Haven was kind of a surprise.
"I really only expected my child to look like Honor," Alba said, referring to her adorable three year-old.
“When the two of us made such a different-looking kid it was, like, ‘Okay, I guess we can do this too!’ It was a nice little surprise.”
Same ingredients, different recipe. I actually have no idea how parents see their babies as looking different from any other baby. All babies look the same to me. Hope that's not racist.
Haven also arrived in the caul, which means she was delivered inside her amniotic sac. Not sure what that is either, but it sounds sticky and gross. Alba recalled:
"Cash said, ‘She was born in her safe haven,' and so there we had it.”
Haven is a mere seven weeks old, but aside from her photo shoot, she's already had another first. "She just started smiling," Alba told PEOPLE.
“[The other] morning Cash was talking in her ear, whispering and kissing her and she was smiling the whole time. It’s an amazing connection.”
Alba poses with both her daughters in the spread. Over the weekend Alba and Warren hit up the LA County Fair along with Honor. They rode rides, ate a bunch of nasty food and played with a boa constrictor. Typical fair stuff. Honor decided to dress up for the event, putting on a cute Snow White outfit. The family also went on a quick trip to Disneyland last month. Those kids got it made.
Recently, Alba took part in the ONE campaign's latest PSA. The organization is dedicated to putting an end to famine in Somalia. The PSA features a slew of celebrities, including Alba, George Clooney, and Joe Jonas. The celebs seem to say the "F-word", but it's bleeped out. Later in the PSA, it's revealed that the "F-word" is actually "famine". The stars explain that 30,000 people in Somalia have died of famine in the past 3 months.
As far as her career goes, Alba says she's looking forward to getting back to work.
"I’m looking to do something a little different, actually getting back to my roots and doing something like Dark Angel, I want to get back into doing action again but it has been about ten years, so I would be excited to do something like that again. I’m looking at scripts now.”