So, how do two first-time parents learn how to care for a baby? Ashton Kutcher revealed in a new interview that he and Mila Kunis learned everything they now know from asking Google!
Ashton Kutcher, 36, has always been known as a funny man, but this one doesn’t seem like a joke for the audience’s sake. During an appearance on The Talk, Ashton was asked who he turns to for “parenting tips” now that he is a first-time father. His answer? Everyone’s favorite search engine — Google, of course!
Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis Learned How To Parent From Google
It’s been said that Google is the future, and Ashton and Mila Kunis may have just proven that to be true.
On Oct. 29, the proud father of one shared his source for great parenting tips: Google!
“Everybody says when you get a child that they don’t come with an owner’s manual. That’s not true, because Google is like an owner’s manual!” Ashton explained. “You can Google anything, any problem.”
Moments later, Ashton’s Two and a Half Men co-star Jon Cryer joked that it was definitely a “reliable” source, too.
But don’t worry, Ashton also shared that he and Mila did tons of research on newborns and how to care for children before their daughter, Wyatt Kutcher, arrived. Smart parents!
Ashton Cites Step-Parenting 3 Girls As His Previous Experience
During the interview, Ashton also briefly mentioned that he was lucky to have a girl, because he previously helped raise three of them.
Although he did not mention his ex-wife, Demi Moore, by name, he was definitely referring to their 6-year marriage from 2005 to 2011.
Throughout their relationship, Ashton formed a very strong bond with Demi’s three daughters, Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah Willis. In fact, HollywoodLife.com has previously reported that Ashton is still very much in touch with the girls.
It was definitely sweet of him to credit Demi and her girls for his previous experience, because as his little girl, Wyatt, grows up, it will definitely come in handy!
Tell us, HollywoodLifers — Do you think Ashton and Mila really learned how to be parents on Google? Was it nice for him to mention Demi’s 3 daughters? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
— Lauren Cox