Then Kunis and Kutcher’s second child, Dimitri, came along in November 2016. Kutcher had apparently wanted to name his son “Hawkeye” at first, after the University of Iowa football mascot; Kunis put paid to that idea, though. Instead, the baby was called Dimitri as a nod to her Russian and Ukrainian heritage, with his middle name of Portwood taken from Kutcher’s grandparents.
And Kunis has been refreshingly open so far about the challenges of parenting. In 2016 she told the website Babble, for example, that she had once driven away without baby Wyatt being secured properly into the car seat. Then, a year or so later, Kutcher had gone on a drive with the baby and had done the exact same thing, the actress said.
But while Wyatt and Dimitri may be growing up, the two children are still both very young and are continuing to learn about the world. Perhaps as a consequence, then, Kunis and Kutcher have a lot of rules in place to make sure that their household stays harmonious. And while some of these decrees may just appear to be common sense, others are slightly more unusual.