Jessica Alba became a mother last month when she and Cash Warren welcomed their first child, Honor Marie Warren. Now she’s carefully considering how she and her husband will influence their daughter.
“Kids’ personalities have so much to do with the parents and their mentality,” Jessica, 27, told Britain’s Sunday Express for their S Magazine. “If you’re very paranoid and uptight and won’t let your child cross the street, they are going to take on that anxiety. If you’re a little more laid-back and make your kids responsible for their actions, you’ll probably have an easier time with them. I guess I’ll find out.”
Jessica has also been studying up on children’s health issues.
“I’ve been reading a lot about kids and infections, autism and vaccinations,” added Jessica, who suffered from health problems as a child. “I’ve come to think that perhaps I was a product of my environment or the vaccines or something my mother took when she was pregnant.”
Already, Jessica finds that her own eating habits have drastically changed.
“I used to be a just a coffee for breakfast, yogurt for lunch girl,” she told the magazine. “Now I have to have something every couple of hours. I turn into Satan if I don’t eat.”