From dressing their youngest child in a vintage That '70s Show t-shirt emblazoned with the faces of his mum and dad, to working tirelessly to fight human trafficking and modern slavery, I think we can all agree that Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis prett much have the whole 'parenthood thing' down to a tee.
However, in an interview with Entertainment Tonight to promote her latest film, A Bad Moms Christmas, Kunis explains the pair's main priority is not to bring up their children to become 'assholes'.
Her words, not ours.
'Yeah, we're not gonna raise assholes. There's enough assholes in this world! We don't need to contribute. But, you know, there's some nice people,' she revealed.
With her youngest child, Dimitri, on the brink of turning one next month, the 34-year-old actress admitted she thinks she's finally got the hang of balancing parenthood and a career.
'I'm a little bit less stressed over what to anticipate. You're still stressed out and there's still the idea of the guilt of leaving your kids, but you know that they'll be okay. Because I've already done it once and the kid doesn't resent me, so I was like, 'Okay, I think I can do this,' she added.
However, in the Kutcher household, you can forget their little ones will be spoilt anytime soon as the famous parents are apparently planning to limit their children to just one gift each this Christmas.
'We're instituting [no presents] this year because when the kids are [younger than] one, it doesn't really matter. Last year when we celebrated Christmas, Wyatt was 2, and it was too much. We didn't give her anything — it was the grandparents.
'The kid no longer appreciates the one gift. They don't even know what they're expecting; they're just expecting stuff. We've told our parents, "We're begging you — if you have to give her something, pick one gift. Otherwise, we'd like to take a charitable donation, to the Children's Hospital or a pet [or] whatever you want",' she revealed.
The Black Swan actress also said she's more knowledgable when it comes to finding child-friendly activities than clubs nowadays.
'I can write you a book on kid-friendly activities anywhere in the world because that's what we do. We used to be like, "What's the coolest club?'"and [now] I'm like, "Let me tell you about the zoo in Atlanta and the bouncy house."
'There's not one kid activity that I haven't done yet with my child! We have a public library card everywhere we go. When it is really hot outside, we go to the library and read books.'
It sounds like Wyatt and Dimitri are having the most down-to-earth childhood.
Congrats, Mila and Ashton!