Jessica Alba Shares Sweet Family Photos with All Three Kids While on Spring Break Trip to Hawaii

The actress and her husband Cash Warren share daughters Honor and Haven, as well as son Hayes

<p>Jessica Alba/Instagram</p> Jessica Alba family on spring break

Jessica Alba/Instagram

Jessica Alba family on spring break

Jessica Alba is getting in some R&R with her family of five.

On Wednesday, April 3, the actress, 42, shared a series of photos on Instagram from her Hawaii vacation with husband Cash Warren and their three kids — daughters Honor, 15, and Haven, 12, as well as 6-year-old son Hayes.

In one sweet photo, Alba poses with her arms around her two girls, while Warren has an arm around Hayes and stands next to his younger daughter.

Alba also included photos of the family's trips to a waterfall, to see a rainbow and a sweet selfie with daughter Honor. "#SpringBreak 🏝️☀️💙👙🌊," Alba wrote in her caption.

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Related: Jessica Alba Recalls Incident with Daughter Honor That Led Them to Pursue Therapy Together: 'This Is Not Fun'

In January, the mom of three appeared on the cover of REAL SIMPLE's first-ever "Feelings Issue" and recalled how she decided to pursue therapy with her daughter Honor.

"Honor was probably 11, and we were arguing all the time about dumb stuff. And I was like, 'I don’t want to live like this. This is not fun,' " she shared.

"I didn’t want us to have a wedge between us. As her mother, when I say something, she’s going to hear it as an argument or as me trying to control her. I wanted there to be someone who could explain things in a way I couldn't," Alba continued.

"What I said to Honor was, 'I want to be a better parent to you, and this is your forum to basically talk about everything that gets on your nerves that I do.'"

Alba said it wasn't long until both she and Honor started to see results from the time they'd put into therapy.

"It put me in check. Like, ‘Yeah, I totally do that. And I’m sorry. I’m going to work on that.’ It gave her a little bit of perspective too—that I’m not the bad guy; I’m just being a parent," the mom shared.

"She'll come out the other side of it, and I’ll still be here. I just wanted to get to that point, and it worked," she admitted. "And the therapist allowed me to see that it's natural for kids to disagree with their parents and as a parent, it's not always about being right or rational in that moment."

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