Jennifer Garner became a bit emotional after her children wrapped up their summer camp recently.

On her Instagram account, the “Alias” star uploaded one of her kids’ artwork that simply reads “mama.” In her caption, Garner expressed her gratitude to the organizers of this year’s summer camp for giving her kids the opportunity to have a wonderful time.

“For scraped knees, and trees climbed, for hearing “You’ve Got a Friend” from the bathtub, for rosy cheeks and easy bedtimes, for nicknames and friendship bracelets taped to the back of anything standing. For dirty limbs and popsicle smiles, for role model counselors—soul protectors, for camp directors who deserve all the showers and all the winter to recover… For crafts that come home saying, 'mama…' Thank you, summer camp,” she captioned the snap.

One day earlier, Garner received a package from her relatives containing freshly grown squash. In the video, Ben Affleck’s ex-wife opens the box with sheer excitement. She takes out three huge squashes and cradles them like a baby.

At one point, Garner also gushes over the first squash to have ever been harvested from her organic farm. She also kisses the vegetable. On her Instagram account, Garner has been promoting healthy recipes and organically grown produces.

Meanwhile, the “Peppermint” star also made headlines recently after she was spotted hanging out with her daughter, Violet. A photo of the 13-year-old reveals that she has already gotten so tall over the summer break.

Garner and Violet stepped out in Los Angeles to go shopping. They were photographed with bags filled with toys and other items. Garner’s two other children didn’t join her for her recent outing.

But the actress was previously photographed with Seraphina and Samuel after they finished their swimming lessons. Last week, Affleck also joined Garner at the pool where they were seen chatting and laughing while waiting for their kids.

Garner and Affleck divorced last year, but they have been separated since 2015.

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Jennifer Garner is pictured here attending the 6th Annual Save the Children Illumination Gala at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City on Nov. 14, 2018. Getty Images/Steven Ferdman