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Parents Will Definitely Relate To Ashton And Mila’s Latest Baby Struggle

Bringing up a child is a minefield of important decisions and it can be particularly tricky with your first as you are figuring out everything as you go along. The struggle is no different for celeb couples it seems, as Ashton Kutcher has opened up about his approach to parenting with partner Mila Kunis. The…

Bringing up a child is a minefield of important decisions and it can be particularly tricky with your first as you are figuring out everything as you go along.

The struggle is no different for celeb couples it seems, as Ashton Kutcher has opened up about his approach to parenting with partner Mila Kunis.

The couple’s baby daughter Wyatt is just eighteen months old but the Two And A Half Men actor admitted to Ellen DeGeneres that he and Mila had a serious debate recently over whether to tell their daughter about the Easter Bunny.

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“We actually were debating whether or not we were going to explain to her that a bunny was laying eggs. So, we had a legitimate conversation as to whether or not we’re going to go down that path,” he said.

“Like, we think we’re going Santa Claus, but we don’t know about the bunny. It’s tough because it’s like, ‘Why is a bunny laying eggs? Mommy, does a bunny lay eggs?’… ‘No, but the Easter Bunny does.’ And then it becomes a whole thing… and what does that have to do with Jesus coming back from the dead?!”

He also revealed that they had imposed a sugar ban on little Wyatt and opted for some healthy treats to enjoy during Easter instead.

“We didn’t want to put candy in her Easter basket because she’s one-and-a-half and she’s not quite ready. We’re not quite ready for her to be ready for candy, so we did Cheerios and raisins. She loved the raisins!”

Having had to deal with Santa and the Tooth Fairy, we know exactly how he feels!

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