Jessica Alba doesn't listen to her children's opinions when it comes to their holiday plans because she thinks it would result in "the worst vacation ever."
The 33-year-old actress, who has daughters Honor, five, and Haven, two, with husband Cash Warren, refuses to let them have an input when it comes to their holiday plans because she thinks it would result in "the worst vacation ever."
The 'Sin City' star told PEOPLE.com: "I do not listen to my kids' opinions. When they pay for the vacation, they get to dictate where we go. Until then, Mom and Dad are in charge. It would be Disneyland every day -- that would be the worst vacation ever!"
The brunette beauty is looking forward to taking the girls to the south of France this summer, where her mother-in-law has a house.
Jessica said: "There's so much lavender and greenery, she has a couple acres out there so the kids run around and it's really nice living that country lifestyle for a little bit."
The actress, who also runs her own eco-friendly brand The Honest Company, hates being away from her daughters when she has to work.
She said: "It sucks. I want to just be home. I just try to do the best I can and try to surround them with love and support when I can't be there. It's tough because you obviously want to be home with them, but it's also important that we're here at the company."