He's a matter of months away from celebrating a decade of marriage to Jessica Alba, with whom he proudly raises daughters - Honor, nine, and Haven, six.
And Cash Warren, 38, has admitted that he remains just as thrilled and excited about life with the actress as they prepare for the birth of their third child - and the fact that she's one of Hollywood's most beautiful stars hasn't been lost on him either.
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, he gushed of his 36-year-old wife: 'I’m always impressed by how hot she is! I think she still looks really hot and she’s like a hot mom. I think that always impresses me when I wake up next to her.'
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Expecting again: Cash Warren has spoken exclusively about his excitement for a third child with Jessica Alba
The producer and co-founder of burgeoning apparel line Pair of Thieves added: 'I get to enjoy it all. I want my cake and eat it all, damn it! I’m impressed [that] she can do a million things. She always seems to multitask exceptionally well.'
As The Honest Company entrepreneur Jessica faces the latter stages of her pregnancy, Cash - son of esteemed television actor Michael Warren - revealed that the couple have yet to discover if a boy of girl will be joining their brood.
'I think we’ll wait and see what the surprise is,' he told MailOnline. 'Based on my friends who all have three kids who are all of the same gender, I’m imagining ours probably will go the same way. But who knows?
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'I’d love to have a little guy in the house to hang out with. But I don’t mind being the only guy as well. It’s kind of fun. But I’m more the whipping boy, if you will. I get s**t from all directions!'
With their being a gap of a few years between their youngest child and their soon-to-arrive baby, Cash has admitted that the whole process of getting ready for a new arrival feels like a first-time experience.
'Life has sped up on our end, I feel like,' he said. 'When you have kids, it really feels like time really is flying. It’s hard to believe that nine years ago is when Honor was born. But the time is flying by. I think this go-around, it still feels just as new in a way.
'I think every week, we’re kind of like reading up on blogs on the size of the baby in her tummy. We’re going through it all over again... It’s been quite a few years since Jess has been pregnant. So it feels new all over again.'
The couple now have two young girls, so Cash has drawn on his own father's influence in helping him to be a 'hands on dad'.
Happy families: Cash and Jessica are already parents to Honor, nine, (left) and Haven, six (right)
'I try to act in a way that would make him happy,' he said. 'And so I try to be as helpful as possible.
'She might not say I’m not helpful at all, but between us I think I’m really helpful! This one, she hasn’t had too many cravings like with the others.'
The girls are now expecting to big sisters and he says they're both 'really excited about it.'
'Now they’ll be able to help out and I think that they’re both really looking forward to having a little baby sibling in the house. They seem to be happy We’ll see what happens when the baby arrives. But as of now, everything’s looking good.
'That’s why the age gap is kind of cool, because they both gotten enough attention over the last few years. So it’s time for them to share anyhow. And three is definitely it! No more!'
Cute twosome: Cash admits that he's learned how to be a hands-on dad from his own father
The duo both share the same letter of their first name, and even though it wasn't intentional at the start, Cash says there may be a theme with the baby monikers.
'When Jess was pregnant with Honor, a friend of ours gave us that name. And we loved it. And when she was pregnant with Haven, a separate friend gave us the name.
'We weren’t even thinking of H’s, to tell you the truth. But now we’re kind of like, maybe we might have to name the third one an H name. I grew up with a really unique name.
'My parents named me Cash, at a time probably when there weren’t many out there. And I enjoyed growing up named Cash. I think it’s fun to have a name that stands out a bit.'