Blake Lively Praises Jessica Alba for Making Her Baby Daughter’s Dirty Diapers Look Good

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Blake Lively praised fellow celebrity mom and entrepreneur Jessica Alba this weekend for helping her baby daughter's dirty diapers look good! Mike Marsland/WireImage

Dainty dirty diapers! New mom Blake Lively joked about her arduous duties as a new mom via Instagram on Sunday, Mar. 15, giving a shout-out to fellow celebrity entrepreneur and mom Jessica Alba.

Lively, 27, who welcomed her first child with Ryan Reynolds last December, shared a photo of a bowl of fresh strawberries atop a matching pink diaper decorated with the the same fruit.

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"…One of these bunches of strawberries is about to be filled with poop," the Age of Adaline actress wrote. "#LetsBeHonest @jessicaalba knows how to make even poop look good…"

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This isn't the first time Lively's made fun of her baby girls' poop on social media. Several weeks ago, she sent a tweet to her husband filled with very-telling emojis.

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Both A-list moms Lively and Alba, 33, have similarly founded Goop-like empires of their own. In 2011, a health-focused Alba used her personal experiences as a mom (to daughters Honor, 6, and Haven, 3, with husband Cash Warren) to conceive her all-natural, toxin-free baby brand, The Honest Company.

"Hearing how we change families' lives and have a positive impact [means so much]," Alba said at a Self panel last October. "I posted a photo of me at the office on Instagram, and a mom wrote, 'I have a 5-year-old daughter with severe eczema who now, because of your products, can wear shorts and run around like a normal kid.' To me, that's what it's all about."

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Gossip Girl star Lively, meanwhile, launched her lifestyle site Preserve last fall, even using it to announce her pregnancy. The star has previously described the project as "part magazine, part e-commerce hub, part philanthropic endeavor,” calling out her favorite artisans and designers to help promote their small businesses.

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