Aww! Ben Affleck Takes Daughters to Fashion Camp

Celebrity Moms Jun. 11, 2012 AT 7:00PM
Ben Affleck takes Violet and Seraphina to the Country Mart in Brentwood.
Ben Affleck takes Violet and Seraphina to the Country Mart in Brentwood. Credit: BAUER-GRIFFIN.COM

Ben Affleck is a dad on duty!

In Santa Monica, Calif. on Sunday, the 39-year-old dapper dad of three enjoyed a day of girlie activities at Cheryl Fudge's Fashion Camp with Violet, 6, and Seraphina, 3; son Samuel, 4 months, stayed at home.

Ben Affleck takes daughters Violet and Seraphina for ice cream in Brentwood.
Ben Affleck takes daughters Violet and Seraphina for ice cream in Brentwood.
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The trio got in some quality daddy-daughter time while putting together customized eco-friendly clothing ensembles in Fudge's California-based shop. Affleck made sure to document all the creative construction for mom, Jennifer Garner, who was also absent from the outing.

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In addition to playing chaperone and photographer, the actor also stood in as transportation, giving little both Violet and Seraphina alternating piggyback rides.

Ben Affleck and his daughter Violet and Seraphina in Santa Monica, California on June 10th, 2012.
Ben Affleck and his daughter Violet and Seraphina in Santa Monica, California on June 10th, 2012.
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With Father's Day just a week away, there's no doubting that Garner, 40, and their brood will have something special in store for the rock star dad. For Mother's Day, Affleck posted a video thanking both his mom and his wife, who he called "an incredible, spectacular, world-class mom."

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It's no secret that he and the Odd Life of Timothy Green actress make quite the team. In April, Garner accepted the Female Star of the Year award at CinemaCon, despite her mom telling her that she's always "breastfeeding or running a carp pool -- not acting!"

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Garner's response to her mom's words: "I said it's not all about the now, it's things you've done in the past or in the future, and she was like, 'Honey, you have a weird job.'"

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