What happens when Taimur and Inaaya meet? Soha reveals!
Taimur and Inaaya are Bollywood’s cutest babies. Taimur went on to become a bigger superstar than his parents because of his super adorable looks which still make us go all awwwww whenever a picture of him surfaces on Internet. But just when we thought no one can beat his level of cuteness, he became an elder cousin of baby Inaaya, who too is as adorable as Taimur.
Inaaya was born last year in September and is a few months younger to Taimur. The little cousins often meet and spend playtime together. But what exactly happens when the two cute-patooties meet and what bonding do they share? Well, Inaaya’s mom Soha just spilled the beans on the same and we are sure, it is gonna make you smile!
Soha recently attended an event and while speaking to a section of media, she revealed some endearing anecdotes and Saif’s serious concerns about Taimur getting close to Inaaya. “Taimur is at an age where he wants to explore everything. He is now able to hold things, his grip is getting stronger. He is also into snatching things and throwing them away. Inaaya is too small now and so we are constantly scared to have them too close to each other. Especially Bhai (Saif) gets really worried whenever Taimur tries to get closer to where Inaaya is.”
“Bhai and I have an 8-year age difference. But Taimur and Inaaya will only have a year’s. I hope they grow fond or each other as they grow up, become best friends. Of course, Taimur is a little older so he will always be the elder brother to Inaaya, protective about her,” she added while speaking about her age difference with Saif.
Soha also shared how Kareena and Saif help her and Kunal with parenting. “Taimur and Inaaya are both kids, just few months apart from each other so it really helps to observe Taimur, follow his growth, the changes and milestones in his life and be more aware and prepared while raising Inaaya. Bhai and Kareena both help Kunal and I with handy tips from time to time which is a blessing when you are a new, first time parent,” she said.