Chhavi Mittal welcomes a baby boy, shares an adorable first glimpse
TV actor Chhavi Mittal, who rose to fame with some popular shows like Tumhari Disha and Ek Chutki Aasman, has now entered the phase of motherhood for the second time. On May 13, Chhavi and her better half Mohit Hussein welcomed a baby boy, whom they have named Arham Hussein. Taking to her Instagram, Chhavi Mittal announced the news of her newborn’s birth along with a super-cute picture of herself as she held her son Arham’s tiny hands.
Have a look at Chhavi Mittal’s post here:
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Announcing the arrival of baby boy Arham Hussein on 13th may. Thank you so much for all your wishes 🙏 I'm still in the hospital recovering, and will be sharing my birth story soon :) #babyboy ________________________ #chhavimittal #pregnancy #boy #son #motherhood #motherandson
In her caption, Chhavi expressed her excitement of becoming a mother. Well, what makes Chhavi’s pregnancy extra special is the fact that unlike the normal nine-month period, her baby boy arrived after a long 10 months. On May 2, Chhavi opened up on the same writing, “The 10th MONTH... Here I am, thinking I have seen it all and heard it all... But in the 11th hour of my pregnancy, there’s yet another myth that I need to address! The 10th month. Yes, there is the 10th month in pregnancy, and I’m currently living it. So many people tried to correct me in one of my recent posts, thinking I may have accidentally written 10th instead of 9th. No, it was no accident. The 10th month, as logic suggests, starts after the 9th month ends. After 36 weeks of pregnancy, the baby is officially ready to come into this world. 40 weeks is considered a full term, and that’s when the doctor gives you EDD (estimated due date).”
Have a look at Chhavi flaunting her baby bump here:
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6 years ago... * I can't help but reminisce about the time Areeza came into our lives. I had no idea what to expect during the delivery. The doctor advised me to go in for an induction at 38 weeks, and I was only too happy, since the bigger I got, the more uncomfortable it became. But I couldn't have been more wrong. The induction not only prolonged my labour for 24 hours, but also made the process really tedious and tiring. The other thing I truly regret in hindsight was the epidural. I couldn't feel the most life changing experience I ever had. Not to mention the complete ignorance about the risk I took with the LO's life with the recommended use of suction and subsequently forceps. (Yes it's pretty common with an epidural!) Today, I stand corrected and resolve that for the sake of my baby-to-come, I'll go as natural as natural can be. So 'contractions' have given way to 'surges', 'delivery' has been replaced by 'birthing', 'anxiety' has been kicked out and 'calm' prevails, and most importantly, 'ignorance' has made way for 'confidence'. Today, I look forward to this beautiful experience a second time, fully prepared and well aware... "Mentally calm and physically energised", embracing the twists and turns that lay ahead of me.. ahead of "us" as a family... #coutdownbegins Thank you @sachin113photographer for capturing the peace and serenity within ________________________ #yoga #meditation #hypnobirthing #birthing #delivery #experience #chhavimittal #epidural #birthingexperience
She further added, “So, while my clock ticks, I could go into labour right this minute, or another week later... I’m not worried. Because I know, once the baby comes, I’ll have my hands full! And I think now is the perfect time to also say that it’s always the baby who decides when labour will begin. So you can try all you want, get restless, get scans done, pray that the baby comes fast (I know it’s uncomfortable)... But trust me, the baby is the most comfortable inside you! So don’t hold your breath... But remember, good things come to those who wait...”
It was fourteen years ago that Chhavi got married to Mohit and the couple is also parent to a six-year-old daughter. Congratulations to the lovely couple!