Jessica Alba’s Daughters Give Sweet ‘Sister Smooches’ to Baby Brother Hayes: ‘He’s Smiling!’

Jessica Alba‘s daughters are sealing their large sister roles with kisses.

The actress, 36, common lovable videos of her girls, 9-year-old Honor Marie and 6-year-old Haven Garner, giving their 8-day-old baby hermit Hayes honeyed kisses on her Instagram Story Monday. “Sister smooches,” Alba captioned a shave of her center child cradling a baby in her arms.

“Oh my gosh, he’s smiling!” Honor Marie proudly pronounced in her mom’s second video that showed a oldest kin display love to small Hayes.

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Alba and father Cash Warren, who have been married for 9 years, welcomed their third child and initial son, Hayes Alba Warren, on Dec. 31, Alba announced on Instagram alongside a initial print of her baby child common to amicable media.

Warren also common a pleasing summary to applaud a birth of his son. “Your Mamma is a strongest lady we know … you’re so propitious to have her by your side,” he wrote on Instagram.

Adding, “You have dual extraordinary sisters who already venerate we and we know you’ll be grateful to have them beam a way.”

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Alba has been pity honeyed moments with her son with her fans and supporters on amicable media given his arrival.

The new mom of 3 showcased her joining to the Time’s Up campaign on Instagram Sunday evening, wearing a black tip and pity a photo of herself breastfeeding to support those during a 75th Golden Globe Awards, where many attendees wore black in support of the Time’s Up movement, that focuses on combatting discrimination, nuisance and abuse in a workplace.

Alba has formerly pronounced that Hayes completes their family.

In November, a Honest Company co-founder insisted she’s “done” carrying some-more kids, telling Extra, “[I’m] done, done, done! We’re good — 3 is good. [Haven and Honor] are so unapproachable that they get to be large sisters.”