How Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher aim to Kondo their kids' Christmas

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While promoting the upcoming comedy sequel, A Bad Moms Christmas, Mila Kunis revealed that she and husband Ashton Kutcher don't intend to give their children Christmas presents.

Kunis opened up about her two children, Wyatt Isabelle, 3, and Dimitri Portwood, 11 months, and how her own childhood affected her understanding of holiday traditions, in an interview last week.

"So far, our tradition is no presents for the kids", Kunis said, explaining that the rule came about after their children were spoiled with far too many gifts from their grandparents. She and #AshtonKutcher married in 2015 and have two children together: daughter, Wyatt, who is three, and a son, Dimitri, who is nearly a year old. 'They don't even know what they're expecting; they're just expecting stuff'.

Celebrity parents Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are determined not to raise "a.holes" - and that includes not spoiling their kids at Christmas time. She continued, "We're instituting it this year because when the kids are [younger than] 1, it doesn't really matter". The couple is big on teaching their kids life lessons early on, and Kunis said she's passing those values on to little Wyatt: "What I want my daughter to learn from me is the value of hard work". We didn't give her anything - it was the grandparents. Imagine that feelings of getting back to school and everyone saying how they'd got a new PS4 game or whatever and you're just sat there saying you didn't get anything - surely all the other kids would be like "but, hey, aren't you the child of those famous actors who earn loads of money".

"Yeah, we're not gonna raise a**holes". 'There's enough a**holes in this world.

If their parents get them presents, they can only get one. "It doesn't matter! But this is now our new tradition". "My kids are healthy, I'm happy", the actress told the fashion glossy.

"I'm a little bit less stressed over what to anticipate", she said.

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