Ashton Kutcher: Google taught me about babies
ASHTON Kutcher and Mila Kunis learned about parenting from Google.
The couple welcomed daughter Wyatt into the world at the beginning of this month and the 'Jobs' actor - who was stepfather to Rumer, 26, Scout, 23, and Tallulah, 20, his ex-wife Demi Moore's daughters with Bruce Willis - admits they did a lot of research before the baby was born.
Speaking on 'The Talk', Ashton said: "Everybody says when you get a child, they don't come with an owner's manual, but that's kinda not true because Google's kind of like an owner's manual.
"You can pretty much Google anything and it's there. For me, I go to my partner, you know? I talk to Mila, and we make choices. We did a lot of research -- we both did like, a lot of research."
"I'd been a parent to teenage girls before in my life, and so I have experience with girls, and experience with that like, from age seven to 25.
"But infants, it was like a whole new thing. So, we really started studying what it is to take care of a baby and how you do it, and the whole thing. It's all on Google, it's kinda there."
The 36-year-old star also admitted he loves being a father because it means he is now someone's "hero".
He said: "I kind of have like, a hero complex a little bit. I'm somebody's hero now. It fulfills every bit of your ego when the kid starts to cry and you're like, 'Oh, I got this,' and you take it, and suddenly the child calms down, and you're like, 'Oh yeah!' You feel like you're like a baby whisperer."