Push comes to shove Mila Kunisshe will be telling her son to do both.

The “Four Good Days” star recently shared her “biggest parenting fail” with Ellen Degeneres’ web series “Mom Confessions,” and it proves the mom of two does not subscribe to conventional parenting

“Well, here’s a story that’s about to get me in trouble,” she began, preempting potential outrage, and presumably referring to the backlash she received when she admitted she didn’t bathe her kids daily.

Kunis opened her tale explaining that Wyatt (now 7 years old) came home from preschool on one of her days and told Kunis that she was being pushed by a peer.

“And I instinctually said, ‘Did you push her back?’”

Kunis said that this was a shock to her daughter and stated, “And my daughter’s like, ‘No!’”

But despite little Wyatt’s shock, Kunis went on, encouraging the tyke to stand her ground with a bit of bravado.

“I was like ‘Push her back next time.’ You push her back and you say, ‘No thank you,’ and you walk away,” Kunis said.

Kunis then noted that her husband, actor Ashton Kutcher, was not feeling his wife’s advice to their child.

“I turned around and I saw Ashton’s face and he was like, ‘Nooooo!’” Kunis said.

But her husband’s disapproval did not deter her.

Kunis was able to jump right back into the emotional guidance she provided like a wrestler on the mat.

“Don’t push her off of a ladder off of a swing, or off of a slide, but on the ground, even Steven, you push her back!” Kunis said.

After she told the story, the “Bad Moms” star took a quick beat reflected on her words to her young, impressionable daughter.

“I would say that was a parenting fail,” she admitted.

Here’s just hoping that Kunis’ story doesn’t inspire Jake Gyllenhaal, Jason Momoa and Terry CrewsTo share their views on child-on–child combat.



Source: HuffPost.com.

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