Any extra gifts will be given away.
She said, "I come from communist Russian Federation, where you're not allowed to be happy, so my holiday traditions are 'be quiet.' Coming to America is when you realize Christmas has a magical quality to it".
Kunis says that her children's grandparents spoiled her kids with copious presents previous year, and she thinks the practice sets kids up to have too many expectations around the holidays.
"We're instituting it this year because when the kids are [younger than] one, it doesn't really matter", she said, adding that last year, when Wyatt was a toddler, it was all just "too much".
In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, the actress explained that they have made a decision to stop giving their daughter Wyatt, 3, and son Dimitri, 2, gifts on Christmas so that they do not get focused on the commercial aspect of the holiday.
Mila also went on to mention Wyatt's toddler years when all the gifts were just "too much". We didn't give her anything - it was the grandparents. It was the grandparents. She continued, "The kid no longer appreciates the one gift. "[The kids] don't even know what they're expecting; they're just expecting stuff".
The couple decided if the kids get more than one gift, they are going to give the presents away.
Kunis elaborated that they'd rather have a charitable donation for a hospital or perhaps a pet, but not heaps of toys. "That's our new tradition".
Yet, the one point she seems to be stern about was that there are enough "a**holes" on this planet already, and "We're not gonna raise a**holes".
Mila was one of the top-ten highest paid actresses in 2016, raking in an estimated $11 million thanks to movies like Bad Moms - and this holiday season, its sequel is coming out.
The interviewer also asked Kunis whether or not she actually loved Culkin because of her past opinion on marriage. First Kunis explained how her perception of the Christmas holiday has changed since she moved to America after growing up in Communist Russia and being from a Jewish household.