Jessica Alba Celebrates Mother's Day by Donating 1.5 million Diapers

May 14, 2018

She’s a mother of three.

So busy mom Jessica Alba was sure to make the most of her Mother’s Day Sunday, sharing a series of sweet snapshots with baby boy Hayes, four-months, eldest child Honor, nine, and middle daughter Haven, six.

The actress/entrepreneurs also used the holiday to help mothers in need, donating 1.5 million diapers from her brand The Honest Company through the non-profit Baby2Baby.

‘#mothersday brunch w my 3 babies -heart is full! #momof3,’ The Dark Angel actress captioned a darling family portrait, which showed her holding her cherubic son in her lap with her finely dressed daughters posed behind mom.

There were plenty more shots of little Hayes, who was clad in a baby blue onesie with a cable knit pattern.

‘Just because…. he’s so sweeet, that little face,’ wrote the doting mom atop a picture of her chubby-cheeked child.

‘My angels’ the Fantastic Four star captioned another Instagram of daughters Honor and Haven holding their new sibling.

‘My boys,’ she captioned another showing hubby Cash Warren and Hayes.

It looks like the Sin City actress also got to spend time with her in-laws, enjoying the ‘Best brunch’ with Cash’s mom Susie and sister Koa Jones.

But Jessica’s day didn’t end there.

The philanthropically inclined actress announced that she and her household goods brand The Honest Company were donating 1.5million diapers to women in need. 

Alba told People: ‘At The Honest Company, we’re devoted to empowering people to live happy, healthy lives.’ 

 ‘A mother should never have to choose between feeding her children and buying diapers. Baby2Baby helps new mothers so they don’t have to make that impossible decision, and we can’t think of a better charitable partner for The Honest Company.’

‘Baby2Baby is grateful for The Honest Company’s dedication to drive change in the community — together we will help a lot of families around the United States,’ said Baby2Baby co-presidents Kelly Sawyer Patricof and Norah Weinstein.

Additionally, The Honest Company committed to continued donations of ‘bundles filled with diapers and other hygiene items for more than 600 families’ and ongoing support to the LA-based non-profit.

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