Back to work! Four months after welcoming her son Dimitri, Mila Kunis returned to the red carpet to promote her upcoming film A Bad Moms Christmas at CinemaCon in Las Vegas. The actress, who shares her baby boy and two-year-old daughter Wyatt with husband Ashton Kutcher, opened up about life at home with two little ones. "It's different," the 33-year-old said. "He’s also 3 months old and you forget what sleepless nights are like. I remember guys, talk to me."
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Mila Kunis returned to the red carpet four months after giving birth to her son
Mila wasn't the only member of the family who adjusted to having a newborn at home. The Bad Moms star admitted that her little girl embraced her role as a big sister. "[Wyatt] loves it. She loves her brother," the mom-of-two told E! News. "She wants him to sleep in her room and doesn't get jealous or envious. She's great. We got very lucky." Since becoming a mum, Mila admitted that wild date nights with her husband have become nonexistent. "No, because in the morning we still have kids," she joked. "Your date night can't be that wild because at 7 in the morning you still have, ‘Mama' and you're like, ‘What? I'm up.'" As for whether she and Ashton plan on having more kids, she laughed, "No, no. I have a three-month-old, let’s just call it at that."
The actress revealed that her daughter loves being a big sister
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"[With two kids] you're running defense a little bit, like, one's got one and the other's got one and it's OK," she explained to Entertainment Tonight. "I think it's when it becomes three is when you're like, you're just playing offense. I don't know what you do at that point. You're scrambling trying to keep them all in line." Mila and the actor, 39, welcomed their second child last November. While the couple did not share a photo of baby Dimitri after his birth, they did share a message for the public via A Plus. "We'd like to allow our kids to make their own choices on whether to have a life in the public eye or not," Ashton told A Plus. "We don't want to make the choice for them."