Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher won't buy their children Christmas gifts

Mila Kunis on Post-Baby Body, New Christmas Traditions & Juggling 2 Kids: 'We Needed Help' (Exclusive)

Mila Kunis on Post-Baby Body, New Christmas Traditions & Juggling 2 Kids: 'We Needed Help' (Exclusive)

The actress of "Bad Moms" explains why her darling hubby Ashton Kutcher, and she refuse to offer Christmas gifts to their children.

Mila Kunis is back in the spotlight ahead of her upcoming film A Bad Moms Christmas' release! They're all about taking advantage of family time-but unlike a year ago, when the kiddos were spoiled rotten by their grandparents, the stars' plan is to Kondo their kids' Christmas with a genius new rule.

"We're instituting it this year because when the kids are [younger than] one, it doesn't really matter", she said, adding that last year, when Wyatt was a toddler, it was all just "too much". They don't even know what they're expecting; they're just expecting stuff.

"So far, our tradition is no presents for the kids", she revealed.

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Kunis, 34, said the couple have chose to do things differently as part of their efforts not to raise the children as "a***holes". "That's our new tradition". "Coming to America is when you realize Christmas has a magical quality to it". Now, the actress celebrates the festive season with her husband Ashton Kutcher and their two children, but the family has chosen to make its own traditions.

"So far, our tradition is no presents for the kids. So, I being Jewish, was like, 'Christmas is not for you'". "We literally bought a Christmas tree".

Kunis wants to focus on the more important aspects of the festive holiday, like spending time with loved ones: "Whether it's Easter, which we've now all accepted into our Jewish household, or Christmas, it doesn't matter".

"Yeah, we're not gonna raise a**holes!" "There's enough a-holes in this world!" "You're still stressed out and there's still the idea of the guilt of leaving your kids, but you know that they'll be OK". It's a bit inspirational, especially since we have a feeling they've got everything they need and then some, but - we just can't imagine the holiday without them.

Jackie Mila! Read the interview in full when Marie Claire's November issue hits newsstands October 17.

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