Haven is the apple of mother Jessica Alba"s eye on Christmas shopping trip


What a bonny baby! Giggling Haven is the apple of mother Jessica Alba”s eye on Christmas shopping trip

With Christmas fast approaching, the shops are full of the most exciting festive treats of the season.

But Jessica Alba only had eyes for her gorgeous four-month-old daughter Haven as she and her family went shopping for some last-minute gifts in Hollywood yesterday.

As husband Cash Warren took their three-year-old little girl Honor around the stores, Jessica carried bonny baby Haven.

What a bonny baby! Jessica Alba looked on adoringly as baby Haven broke into a fit of giggles during a Christmas shopping trip in Los Angeles yesterday

What a bonny baby! Jessica Alba looked on adoringly as baby Haven broke into a fit of giggles during a Christmas shopping trip in Los Angeles yesterday

And something had clearly tickled Haven, as the gorgeous baby started giggling as Jessica looked on adoringly.

Dressed in an incredibly cute all-pink outfit, Haven appears to be taking after her mother and older sister on the style front.

After wearing a pink tutu the day before, Honor went for a more appropriate winter outfit in on-trend maroon trousers and a grey printed cape top, while Jessica opted for an all-black outfit teamed with a huge brown scarf.

Trendy family: Jessica held on to Honor

Trendy family: Jessica held on to Honor”s hand. The three-year-old looked adorable in her maroon jeans and grey printed cape top

Taking it in turns: Jessica then pushed Haven along in her buggy while husband Cash Warren kept an eye on little Honor Taking it in turns: Jessica then pushed Haven along in her buggy while husband Cash Warren kept an eye on little Honor

Taking it in turns: Jessica then pushed Haven along in her buggy while husband Cash Warren kept an eye on little Honor

Movie producer Cash, meanwhile, looked smart in his shirt and jeans as he kept an eye on Honor while Jessica pushed Haven in her buggy.

Jessica spoke recently about how she has coped with motherhood, admitting she found it hard when she first welcomed Honor into the world.

She told InStyle Australia magazine: “It”s overwhelming. I don”t consider myself a lot of the time. I think a lot of mums do that, try to be everything to everyone all the time.

Making a dash for it: Honor appeared to have spotted something she liked in a shop window as she went to run off

Making a dash for it: Honor appeared to have spotted something she liked in a shop window as she went to run off

“I make mistakes. I do try to do waytoo much.”

And she said on motherhood the second time around: “I”m more relaxed, every sneeze or runny nose or little bump on the head that would have freaked me out before…I am more easygoing with that sort of thing.

“And the sense of knowing thatI can get Haven to stop crying. It was all new with Honor and I wasn”t confident, and she could feel that so she continued to cry. That didn”t happen a lot, but when it happened I felt like I would crack.”