‘That ‘70s Show’ Fans Need To See Ashton & Mila’s Son’s New Shirt

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Just in case you needed another reason to absolutely adore Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher's family, here it is. Many moons ago, the couple met for the first time on the set of That '70s Show, and now, their kid is showing off a huge part of his parents' history, even though he might be a little too young to understand what it all means just yet. On Monday, Kutcher shared a photo of his son wearing a That '70s Show T-shirt, and it's such an adorable way to honor how his mom and dad met and fell in love... and, you know, found massive success in the entertainment industry.

In the photo on Instagram, Dimitri (who will celebrate his first birthday in November) is wearing a shirt that says, "Hello Wisconsin" that features a photo of his parents on the show. Unfortunately, we can't see his face in the picture, which isn't too surprising since Kunis and Kutcher tend to maintain as much privacy as they can when it comes to their children, but its still a really cute shot. And knowing his parents dressed him in a shirt with their faces on it? Priceless.

Here he is in all his glory:

"Yes, this is my son's outfit today," Kutcher wrote in his caption, adding the hashtag "#kelsoandjackieforever," which is enough to make any fan of the show freak out, and judging from the comments on his post, that's exactly what's happening.

It's still kind of hard to believe that Kutcher and Kunis are actually a thing, even though it's been more than two years since they tied the knot in 2015. Sometimes, it seems more like their love story is really the stuff of That '70s Show fan fiction, but no — it's totally real. These former costars are a real life married couple with two children, including Dimitri's big sister, Wyatt. And even as private as they keep their family and personal life, they do occasionally share glimpses into what their children are up to on Kutcher's Instagram, and it's always just as cute as Dimitri in his shirt. It's a way for them to keep their boundaries up while still keeping fans updated, sharing only what they want the world to see of their children.

Like this photo, where Kutcher shared a banner he made (with help from his children, who are clearly budding artists) in honor of Mother's Day last May:

And these Coke cans, that featured the names of everyone in their family:

And even though it doesn't really include her face, he also posted this photo of tiny Wyatt, which he shared in November 2015 in order to draw attention to the Red Sand Project, which helps people in modern day slavery:

And speaking of their little ones, it's pretty hard to believe how big Dimitri is already. It seems like just yesterday fans were buzzing about Kunis' second pregnancy, and a few months later, his birth. Now he's wearing T-shirts with his parents on it, posing from Instagram? It's hard to believe how fast time has flown. Before we know it, both of their kids will be grown up, writing tell all books about what growing up with two mega celebrities for parents was like. If you're jealous, don't worry — you're definitely not the only one.

Dimitri and Wyatt might be too young to understand how special their parents' story is right now (and how many people were rooting for them to get together in the first place), but eventually, they'll really appreciate it. Or they'll get tired of their parents telling them boring old stories about their youth, like most kids do. Either way, they're two lucky kiddos.