It's now roughly eight months into the coronavirus pandemic and Jessica Alba has had enough of her family.
On Oct. 12, the actress spoke about her parenting situation with Drew Barrymore, indicating that she needs a getaway.
"Real talk. I told everyone in the family that I need a break from them," Jessica said. "So Kelly and I are actually doing to go away for a week and I don't really know what we are getting ourselves into, I just know that I can't be around my family anymore."
Jessica and her husband, Cash Warren, share three children, Honor, 12, Haven, 9, and Hayes, 2.
"I've had it, I've had enough," Jessica languished. "And they all come down on me. Every time they ask me, 'Mom can I download this app? Mom can I get on the Facetime? Mom I'm hungry. Is this outfit okay? Can you help me.'"
The Honest Company founder said she's turning into a less-than-likable person.
"I just start nagging and I'm just nagging and I'm that person and then they are like, 'Mom, your tone you're so mean.' And then Cash is like, 'I guess I'm just going to go back into my man room,' And I'm like, 'What else is new?' Just disappearing for me to deal with everything," she added.
Some of Jessica's frustration is relatable to many parents.
"Now imagine, you have my 9-year-old [and] she doesn't want to go to bed. It's a fight every night. I'm like, 'What? Like, you know you need to go to bed kid. This isn't a thing, we shouldn't talk about this,'" Jessica said. "Then she goes, 'Well you make dinner so late every time you make dinner.' Here's the thing, I'm going to make dinner late. You're going to eat late. Then you're going to get your butt to bed right after that and that's just the way it's going to be. I don't know what to say, I'm not perfect. You're going to eat dinner late.'"
This woman deserves a vacation.