After announcing their engagement in March, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher revealed that they are having a baby girl and now that she is born, they are spending a lot of family time together.

Kutcher is saying goodbye to "Two and a Half Men" to spend some quality time with his newborn daughter and Kunis.

"I probably will spend a lot more time with my family and friends," said Kutcher to Extra, just one day before the show's series finale airs. "That would be nice for a good while."

Kutcher also plans to spend a lot of time with his "awesome partner," who he admits, "takes care of all those things and does a really good job at it."

Not only will his co-star Jon Cryer miss Kutcher on set, but also the visits from Kutcher's daughter Wyatt, who made an appearance on set just last week.

"I'm going to miss his daughter Wyatt because he brought her to the set for the first time last week," said Cryer. "She's a little bit of a diva. She poops in her pants and expects other people to clean it."

"That's not cool set behavior as far as I am concerned," Cryer jokingly added.

Earlier this month, Kunis and Kutcher were spotted visiting family in Hollywood, including Kunis' grandparents.

"They visited with family and showed off baby Wyatt," said a source to E! News. "There were other relatives of Mila's there, too."

While they enjoy being one big happy family, Kunis also admitted that it's hard for her to leave her daughter while she attended the Grammys.

"This is my very first time out and about. Swear to God! I left [my daughter Wyatt] at home yesterday for the first time during the premiere. it's frightening I have to be honest. I was with her every day for the first four months of her little life. I cried. I did. It's weird. It's very strange. If anyone's a mom, and being a stay-at-home mom, it's a very weird feeling to all of a sudden leave your child," said Kunis to Jimmy Kimmel on his talk show.

"It's not that I don't trust who she's with," said Kunis. "It's just the idea of not being with her."

Kimmel then joked about not trusting Kutcher because he'd use their daughter as a "Punk'd" prop, to which Kunis replied, "I trust him! He's an incredible father! But the way that I hold the baby and the way that he holds the baby...I mean, he's like a jungle gym!"

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