Christmas Gifts View By Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher

Posted 2017/10/27 1291 0

It may seem good, having moving star parents who can buy you all sort of Christmas gifts you want. Unfortunately, this may be different for Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher’s two kids (Wyatt and Dmitri).Kunis talked about the numerous gifts her daughter received different last year. She said that the gifts were an overload and requested people not to buy gifts for their kids this year.

Mila Kunis says that she grew up Jewish in Russia. There, the Christmas celebrations are different from the way of celebration in the United States. Kunis says that she celebrates Christmas as a holiday together with her husband’s family, although she tries to regulate a number of presents her kids receive in order to make them grow up with appreciating good deeds.

It makes no sense to give numerous gifts young kids who don’t even know the purpose. It is a lot better for the kid, given a meaningful gift. Lots of kids stuff around the house is a frustration for lots of parents most especially, new parents. Kids’ gifts should be anything provided that the presentation is neat. Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher’s request people to make donations to charity in their kids’ names. According to them, this is a very good way to offer their gift rather than buying directly from them. Mila says that she once received a card saying that a gift had been made under her name to help an organization that saved manatees. This was educational to her and also made her feel helpful.

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher argue that their kids never received any presents from them. It sounds harsh, but maybe not. In fact, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are not totally against their kids receiving gifts. They well know that Dmitri is too young to understand he is receiving a gift, whereas Wyatt is at an age when she needs to develop a sense of appreciation rather than being hampered with lots of gifts that can make her lose the meaning.

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are certainly capable of buying every item on their kids’ Christmas lists, but Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are planning not to let their kids receive this year. The couple says that during last year’s Christmas celebrations, Wyatt was 2 years old and it was too much that she and Kutcher didn’t give Wyatt anything. They feel that the may have gone much beyond what was expected from them, and that’s why the no-present rule will be more firmly looked at this year.

Apparently, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher new style make sense in many ways. It educates kids on kids to be mindful consumers, helping the needy, removes the culture on material goods, saves you from lots of spending in the malls and also helps kids grow up with gratitude. For Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher a “no presents” doesn’t mean no fun. You only have to focus on one or two quality gifts and not lots of gifts.


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