Actress and Honest Company CEO Jessica Alba is gearing up for baby number three with husband Cash Warren, but the two can’t seem to agree on a name.

The happy couple already has two little girls, Honor Marie and Haven Garner, but just revealed that they are now expecting their first, bouncing baby boy, according to Huffington Post.

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Alba wrote on Instagram that she and her hubby were “thrilled” to announce the baby’s gender. And on Wednesday, the expecting mom stopped by “The Tonight Show” to open up about the big news.

She said that she and Cash were still in the process of picking out the perfect name and wanted it to fit with her other children, who were named after “words,” reported Entertainment Tonight.

Much like Haven and Honor, she wants her baby boy’s name to start with an “h.” And that’s led to some disagreement between her and the father. She told host Jimmy Fallon:

“We’re super stoked. It’s going to be a whole situation. [Cash] was like, ‘We should name it Dick with a silent ‘h.’ And I was like no, that’s terrible, that’s a terrible name.”

Alba clarified that he wanted to spell the name “HDick,” which he thought was “old school.” She told Fallon:

“It’s just awful. He thinks it’s old school. I’m like, ‘No, it’s not.’”

The actress said that’s she’s had a strong craving for Japanese food and desserts during her third pregnancy, but is trying to avoid gaining too much baby weight. She told the “Tonight Show” host:

“I didn’t think I was craving anything, until I realized I’m craving Japanese food all the time. I actually dream about desserts, but I’m trying not to gain too much weight with this baby, so I just dream about them. I want all the shaved ice, with ice cream on the bottom.”

No word yet when baby number three is expected to arrive, but the family seems more than excited to welcome him.

Watch Alba’s interview on “The Tonight Show” below:

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