Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher flew right past the newborn phase and into the baby stage when baby Wyatt was born four months ago. Appearing on today's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the new mom revealed that Wyatt weighed a whopping 9 1/2 pounds when she was born, so they never got to use any of the itty-bitty baby stuff they received. "Newborn never happened," Mila said. "Newborn diapers never happened. And newborn clothes never happened. Zero to three. She's 4 months old and wears six-month clothing — six to nine. She's a big girl, ya'll."
As for parental roles, it sounds like Ashton is reveling in his newfound baby skills. "He became a master swaddler," Mila said. "He can swaddle anyone's baby. Like if your baby needs to be swaddled, he will do it. . . . Call him. He is a pro!"
Mila also addressed Ashton's earlier comments about not having the help of a nanny or babysitter, explaining, "Here's the thing: when I go back to work full time and have to have 17-hour workdays, I'm gonna need somebody to come and help me, because I can't do both. But because I'm in a very specific place in my life where I could take time off, I did. And I don't think that everybody has that privilege. I think that people nowadays have to go back to work right away, and I didn't, so I took advantage of it. Like, I love the fact that the first three months she and I were up every night. And I figured her out and she figured me out and she now sleeps in her own crib in her own room, and I will never have that time again, so for me it was a really nice three months."
Watch the video for more of Mila's comments about motherhood and to see what she has to say about whether or not she and Ashton tied the knot!