Olivia Harvey
March 18, 2020 7:20 am
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With the kids home and the government recommending we stay inside to quell the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), parents are quickly running out of things to do to keep their children entertained. But, Jessica Alba seemingly has it all figured out. She and her lookalike daughters are mastering TikTok dances, and we’re inspired to get up and get moving.

On March 14th, Alba, who is no stranger to breaking it down (have you seen Honey?), posted her first collab video with her 8-year-old daughter, Haven. The pair did some simple choreo to Ar’mon and Trey’s 2014 Vine cover of Mac Miller’s 2011 song “Knock Knock.”

“Just over here doing @tiktok while staying inside—Havie was creative director on this one.”

Note Alba’s “Mrs. Warren” T-shirt. She shares her three kids (Honor, Haven, and youngest Hayes) with husband Cash Warren, whom she married in 2008.

Next up, her eldest daughter, Honor, worked with her mom to create this gem. The song they danced to is called “Glitter” by BENEE.

“Honorcita creative director on this one—@tiktok game strong while staying home :).”

And it looks like self-quarantine has led to a full-blown TikTok addiction in the Alba-Warren household. Alba and Haven teamed up again to produce this next video, and we’re still laughing.

Alba asked in the caption, “Cash does she get this from you or me?”

“Kids’ resilience and positive attitudes sure make this time [goes] by with more joy,” Alba added, reminding her fans and followers to find a silver lining in our current situation. Make your own fun at home and this time will hopefully fly by.

If you want to keep up with the family’s TikToks, you can follow Alba on the app at @jessicaalba. Or, keep your eye on her Instagram feed. We have a feeling these three uploads are just the tip of the dance-party iceberg.

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