Mila Kunis told ET she hasn't encountered all of the problems of her Bad Moms character, in part because of her "super present" husband, Ashton Kutcher.
"I have a really great husband. I really do," Kunis told ET at the junket for her new comedy on Sunday. "There hasn't been enough time for me to be like, 'Pay attention!' He's still super present, and we only have a 21-month-old. We're very new at this."
Kunis, 32, is expecting her second child with Kutcher, 38, which will give her much more experience, but she's already finding out that raising kids is a tough gig. She described her first post-baby night out after welcoming daughter Wyatt Isabelle in October 2014, saying, "It was great and then I was exhausted."
"My husband and I went to The Cure concert for my birthday right after my daughter was born and we fell asleep," Christina Applegate admitted.
Each of the actresses related to falling short of the unattainable ideal of the perfect parent, but Kristen Bell gave some sage advice.
"Don't beat yourself up if you feel you've chosen wrong," Bell said. "That's the key part of it. Don't beat yourself up."
"Also, something that I battle with my daughter all the time is 'How do you raise a kid in today's society that's not going to come out and be an a**hole?'"
One thing that still comes easy to the group of actresses and moms is recognizing a hot dad when they see one.
"We had kids. We're not dead," Bell joked.
"Yeah, we appreciate a fine figure," Kathryn Hahn added. "We're not immune. As my mother would say, 'Just because you're on a diet, doesn't mean you can't look at the menu. That's what I learned from my mother."
Bad Moms opens in theaters July 29.