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What a year it's been for Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher!
On Oct. 1, 2014, the actors' lives changed forever when they welcomed a daughter, Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher, at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in L.A. At the time of her birth, Ashton shared six baby photos on his website. "May your life be filled with wonder, love, laughter, health, happiness, curiosity and privacy," he wrote. "Can you guess which one is ours, or does it really matter? All babies are cute."
Cute as Wyatt is, that's the last time the parents shared any pictures with fans.
Their daughter weighed "9.5 pounds when she was born," Mila revealed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in February. "Because she was so big, she was like a hearty little thing; we skipped the newborn stage. She was like a good hearty eater."
After Wyatt's arrival, the former That '70s Show stars became homebodies. "They have opted out of most work opportunities so that they can spend as much time at home with Wyatt. They are both so obsessed with her and being parents, they don't want to miss anything," a source reveals to E! News exclusively. "Mila is just starting to get back into it now and see what opportunities are out there."
Though she promoted Jupiter Ascending in late 2014 and early 2015, Mila's mind was at home with her mini-me. "I am able to be a stay-at-home mom with my kid, and I do find that nowadays people can't do that. Everyone has to have a job and you have to have a two-person household," she said on The Late Late Show. "I was able to take time off and actually raise my child, which I consider a blessing."
Mila and Ashton chose not to hire a nanny for the first few months. "I go to work every day, and I come home and she's perfect," Ashton told Ellen DeGeneres of Mila in December 2014. "And it just seems like everything went amazing. And I know that something probably didn't go amazing, but she never [complains about it]. It's unbelievable." But when Mila appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show two months later, she said they would consider hiring help in the future. "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," the actress said. "But because I'm in a very specific place in my life where I could take time off, I did. 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."
What's life with Wyatt like these days? "Ashton and Mila include Wyatt in everything," a source tells E! News. "They take her on hikes, out to breakfast and to the beach. She loves being outside so that's a big part of their routine. They also do baby classes and take her on play dates with their friends who have kids. They've done a lot of road trips and think she's very adaptable and easy going."
Though Wyatt is their focus, "They've also been able to take time for themselves," the source adds. "Mila loves to work out and see friends. Ashton has occasional meetings and guys' nights. They also do date nights at their favorite sushi places in the Valley and they've recently taken a few weekend trips just the two of them."
The actors celebrated their wedding with family and friends at Secret Garden at Parrish Ranch in Oak Glen, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Kutcher set up signs that read Camp Kuku, and the party went late into the night on the Fourth of July. "Everyone danced and had a great time," an insider revealed to E! News, adding that there was a "casual farewell brunch on Sunday morning before everyone went home."
Mila wore a "strapless dress with her hair pulled back," and Wyatt wore white, too.
For their honeymoon, the family rented an RV and took a road trip up the California coast, making stops in Yosemite Valley National Park, Lodi and Napa Valley.
Throughout the year, the newlyweds also honored their professional commitments. Ashton continued to be hands-on with his production company, Katalyst, and his venture capital firm, A-Grade Investments. Mila has not accepted any film role offers since becoming a mom, which is something she predicted might happen. "I want to be a present mom. When I was growing up both my mom and dad worked full-time in one location. I'm never in the same place for more than two months. How am I ever going to have a family like that? You have to make compromises," the actress told Playboy in 2013. "If that means I do one movie a year, if people still want to see me and hire me and I don't suck by that point, great. My only source of happiness can't be dependent on something so fickle."
Motherhood agrees with Mila, but is it too soon to think about Baby No. 2?
"They definitely want to add to their family and won't wait too long to do it," a source says of the Ted star and Two and Half Men star, who reside in Beverly Hills. "They both love being parents and the joy and fulfillment it brings to their lives."