I felt I was being judged: Jessica Alba on motherhood
Actress Jessica Alba says she felt she was being "judged" by other mothers when she first gave birth to daughter Honor, seven.
Los Angeles: Actress Jessica Alba says she felt she was being "judged" by other mothers when she first gave birth to daughter Honor, seven.
The "Sin City" star - who has daughters Honor, seven, and Haven, three, with husband Cash Warren - said she was worried about the opinions of other mothers when she gave birth to her eldest child, reported E!Online.
"Doesn't it feel like the mean girl thing from high school sort of just transforms into adulthood through motherhood? I think it has to do with hormones, right?...
"And then your hormones go crazy again when you're pregnant and having a baby - and even when you're breastfeeding. And I feel like maybe it's just all those hormones, and people don't know where to put their energy, so they just start clashing," she said. Whilst the 34-year-old beauty had a bad experience in the past, she refuses to let other new mothers feel the same way.