She may be barely a month old, but Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have made sure that daughter Wyatt Isabelle already has her own Twitter and Instagram accounts - as well as a website and email address.
But before you roll your eyes, be assured that they're not setting her up to be a baby blogger or a mini style icon à la Suri Cruise. In fact, the reasoning behind the pair's decision is actually pretty smart.
"I don't want a porn site with my daughter's name. That's not going to happen!" Ashton joked during an interview with talk show host Conan O'Brien.
"We reserved all the domain names. Like www.wyattkutcher... We got the Twitter handle, the Instagram..." said the protective new dad.
Ashton's fiancée Mila Kunis gave birth to Wyatt Isabelle at the beginning of October. The little girl's unusual name has an equally unusual story behind it, he explained.
"I started listing off everything and anything, sign, wall, truck, door - and she's like, shut up!" the Two and A Half Men star recalled of his and Mila's struggle to settle on a name. "So I was like, I got a dumb idea - what about Wyatt? And she's like, that's it."
Ashton also revealed that he and Mila have decided to forego the celebrity trend of professional childcare for the time being.
"We're really privileged that we have time and can afford to take time so we don't have a nanny or a night nurse or any of this stuff," he told Conan. "It's just the two of us and it's unbelievable. It's the greatest thing on earth."
Parenting has been a steep learning curve for the couple, but Ashton is clearly loving getting to grips with being a dad. "Staying home for the first couple of weeks, I've learned the little things that will calm the baby down, so I feel like I'm a baby whisperer now.
"I like to give the baby to my friends and let it cry for a second and be like, let me just take care of that. Any sort of hero fantasy that I have is completely satiated."
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