Bring on the baby wipes! Dirty diapers are no match for first-time dad Ashton Kutcher, who welcomed daughter Wyatt Isabelle with wife Mila Kunis last October. Speaking about their daughter in an interview with the UK's Telegraph recently, Kunis raved about her hubby's parenting prowess.
"My husband is an incredibly hands-on dad," the Jupiter Ascending actress, 31, told the paper of the Two and a Half Men alum, 37. "When my child was born, I was breast-feeding and he said, 'That's your connection, I want to change every diaper.'"
Kutcher wasn't kidding. In fact, he made a Facebook plea back in March for diaper-changing stations in men's restrooms.
"When we're in public, if it's a pee-pee diaper you can change her at the table, but if it's a poo-poo diaper you don't want to affect the people eating," Kunis explained to The Telegraph. "So he's like, 'Err, I guess I'm going to the ladies' room to do it.'"
Gender-neutral changing facilities are just one of the many issues on the couple's agenda. Both self-proclaimed Democrats, the former That '70s Show costars are committed to raising their social and political consciousness, especially now that they have a child.
"I would love her to have a woman [in the White House]," Kunis said of the upcoming election, "to think, 'If there's a woman president, what is there that I can't do?'"
In the meantime, though, the Ted actress has less weighty plans for her little one. "For Halloween, we do family outfits," she shared. "It makes everyone go crazy…Last year I dressed [my daughter] as a pig. I went as a pig. And my husband went as a pig."
As previously reported, Kunis and Kutcher exchanged vows over the July 4 holiday weekend, but were legally married well before their hush-hush wedding. After the Oak Glen, Calif., nuptials, they embarked on their honeymoon in Yosemite National Park — a perfect trip for the low-maintenance travelers.
"My husband and I always backpack through Europe," Kunis told The Telegraph. "We were in Belgium recently, and we thought, 'Let's go straight to the airport and get on a flight to Spain.' We can just pick up and go."