Mila Kunis
Mila Kunis recently opened up about parenting her two kids with the help of Ashton Kutcher. Pictured: Kunis poses with the Best Villain award for 'Oz The Great and Powerful' in the press room during the 2014 MTV Movie Awards at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Apr. 13, 2014 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Jason Merritt for MTV

Mila Kunis recently opened up about her relationship with her two children, Wyatt Isabelle, 3, and Dimitri Portwood, 11 months.

While speaking with The Edit, the “A Bad Moms Christmas” star said that it has become her and Ashton Kutcher’s goal to not raise their children to become “a-holes.” “I don’t think any parent would like to be responsible for a child that grows up to be an a-hole,” she said.

But Wyatt has already picked up a bad habit from her parents. She now knows how to swear, and Kunis and Kutcher couldn’t help but laugh whenever she’s not looking at them. “My daughter has used f---. She just went, ‘Ah, f— this.’ Ashton and I looked at each other, acknowledged it and walked away and giggled to ourselves. Yeah, I’m not proud of it,” she said.

Kunis and Kutcher are confident that their daughter will eventually get tired of “cursing.” And the actress also wants to be able to have a good relationship with her. “I want to raise kids that I would be friends with,” she said.

Unfortunately, she and her 3-year-old daughter are still not friends because she’s still very young. But Kunis is confident that she and Wyatt will have a much closer relationship when she gets older. After all, the actress and her mom became best friends when she became 20 years old.

Meanwhile, despite the struggles of parenthood, Kunis admitted that her two children are her weakness. “My kids are where my vulnerability is. My job, it comes and goes. You don’t get a job, you get a job, you don’t get a job. Your kids, you just want one thing,” she said.

And in order to make things a bit easier for her and her husband, they developed a morning routine for their daughter that she’s so used to at the moment. “We pick out my daughter’s clothes the night before, I make her lunch the night before, it’s all in the fridge in the morning when we wake up. One of us grabs the baby – probably me, because I nurse the little one – Ashton goes for Wyatt. Dresses Wyatt, brushes teeth, potties,” she said.