Let’s not forget she’s all about “not raising assholes”.
Mila Kunis has always made it clear that she refuses to raise children who are "entitled".
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Speaking in 2016, Mila said she'd asked her own parents how they'd managed to avoid "raising assholes", and just last week revealed that she and Ashton have imposed a ban on Christmas presents.
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So it's unsurprising that the one lesson she hopes to teach her daughter is to do with work ethic.
Speaking to Marie Claire, Mila said: "What I want my daughter to learn from me is the value of hard work."
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What motherhood shows you is how selfless you can get. I'm ragged tired. Who cares? My kids are healthy, I'm happy. We could get struck by lightning any second. So why worry? There's something so empowering about being like, "Whatever's going to happen is going to happen." I've realised how much I enjoy that feeling.
And she also described her ideal day, which of course revolved around her husband and kids.
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My ideal day consists of waking up around 7 a.m. because that for me is sleeping in. Doing a giant kid pile in bed with my husband, putting on some cartoons, getting an extra 30 minutes of sleep, rolling out of bed, doing breakfast while staying in our pyjamas and then maybe going to the zoo or the aquarium or park, sans paparazzi. That would be my ideal day.
I'm sorry but these two and their family are just perfect.