As Mila Kunis prepares to become a mum-of-two, she has been chatting about she adapted to life after she welcomed now two-year-old, Wyatt.


Speaking to Glamour magazine, Mila shared how she and husband, Ashton Kutcher had to clear time from their work schedule to start a family.


"I took a chunk of time off. If it were up to Ashton, we would have had kids much sooner. But I had contracts for films I had to do.


"I was like, 'Let me finish this last thing, Jupiter Ascending, and we’re a go. I’m going to take a solid break from acting.'"


And it seems as if the actress was rejecting a lot of offers during her pregnancy and the months after.


"And let me tell you, when I would get a call with an offer, I wouldn’t even flinch. I was like, 'No, I'm pregnant.' 'No, I have a baby’.


"I wasn’t ready to go back. I was so happy saying 'No,' that I knew it was the right decision."



The Golden Globe nominated actress said motherhood has been an eye opening experience for Mila as she said “children are f**king crazy”.


Mila went on to talk about some of the crazy things she's caught Wyatt doing.


"At the park, certain jungle gyms have an opening for older kids to jump out of. She’s 19 months; she can't jump. She just walks off it as if she’s on a pirate ship.”


However ‘crazy’ Wyatt might be, she balances it out with acts of kindness that Mila says have nothing to do with her parenting skills.


"Another important thing to learn is that kids have a personality that has nothing to do with you.


"I have a really sweet daughter. She wants to hug all the other kids. I didn’t teach her to be sweet. It has nothing to do with me. I’ve realised you can control only so much."


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