Ashton Kutcher doesn’t mind flying solo with his daughter Wyatt, but he did voice one valid concern during daddy and daughter time. While doing his daddy duties with his five-month-old, Kutcher noticed that there were no changing stations in the men’s room. He was so bothered by this that he decided to voice his frustration on his public Facebook profile.
Usually Kutcher doesn’t post anything about his private life, with the exception of the baby announcement he and Mila Kunis made using his A+ platform. On Facebook, the Two and A Half Men star wrote as follows.
“There are NEVER diaper changing stations in mens public restrooms. The first public men’s room that I go into that has one gets a free shout out on my FB page! #BeTheChange”
The post garnered over 222,000 likes on Facebook and over 8,000 comments on the actual post. Some people have been shouting out places that have changing stations in men’s restrooms.
One Facebook fan of Ashton’s writes, “Walmart has diaper changing stations in the men’s restrooms, and so does our church here in south Arkansas! Start the shout out!”
While another suggests a different location, “You need to go to the Mens room at the Kitsap County Fair Grounds in Washington State. We have had one in there for quite a number of years!!”
We found out a few weeks ago that Ashton Kutcher takes diaper changing very seriously. Mila Kunis went on the Ellen DeGeneres Show to talk about just how good Kutcher is as a father. At the time, Kunis told the host, “The second she was born he changed the first diaper, and has changed multiple diapers ever since. If he’s home he changes the diaper.”
That’s not all. As it turns out Ashton is also a master swaddler, too. “He became a master swaddler. He can swaddle anyone’s baby. If your baby needs to be swaddled, he will do it.”
Kutcher seems like a natural father, and it sounds like he’s really enjoying it despite the lack of changing stations. Kutcher made an appearance on Ellen to tell her how much it has changed his life.
“It’s unbelievable. It’s the greatest thing on earth. As soon as this child was born I immediately wanted to call my parents and just apologize because I never knew how much they loved me. I have a personal ‘I want to be a hero’ ego thing. It fulfills all of that. Staying home for the first couple weeks, I’ve learned the little things that will calm the baby down. So, I feel like I’m a baby whisperer now.”
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