Sania Mirza Shared How Hubby, Shoaib Malik Helps Taking Care Of Their Son, Izhaan Mirza Malik
Beginning your journey from parenthood is one of the most beautiful and memorable phases of anyone’s life. Birth giving is the closest task one ever do in life. A baby is a mesmerizing gift of god and you can never thank enough to nature and god that enables you to start your beautiful journey with merriment. Ace tennis player, Sania Mirza and cricketer Shoaib Malik just gave birth to the cutest baby boy on October 30, 2018.
Sania Mirza is one of her kind. She is unique in her own way. From sharing her pregnancy journey diary with her fans to playing Tennis in her pregnancy, she proves that she is a superwoman and is one in millions. We surely support her in every moment. On October 30, 2018, Sania’s husband,(cricketer) Shoaib Malik proudly announced about the arrival of their first ‘Baby Mirza Malik’ in their world. He tweeted on his account. It read as, “Excited to announce: Its a boy, and my girl is doing great and keeping strong as usual #Alhumdulilah. Thank you for your wishes and Duas, we are humbled #BabyMirzaMalik”.
Sania revealed how her husband Shoaib Malik helps her in taking care of little munchkin in an interview with Pinkvilla. When asked, “You recently embraced motherhood and were a force to reckon with. Has anything changed after that? How has Shoaib been helping you with babysitting?” Sania Mirza replied, “A lot has changed after becoming a mother, your life changes, I think the whole focus becomes about the baby and prioritising the baby. Me as a working woman, I obviously want to get back to tennis, so I am trying to prioritise my time. It is the most selfless kind of love I have ever known, and it is the most amazing feeling I have ever had. My life has completely changed for the better. Ya, Shoaib is also playing quite a lot and is travelling so he does help whenever he can.”
Talking about the easiest and difficult part of coping with the new phase in life, Sania Mirza shared, “I think I am embracing it, it is not so much coping. I am embracing everything. It is new challenges and new things to do. New ideas and new plans, days and nights are now different. Most definitely the easiest part is embracing everything and be there for my baby, loving my baby. I want everything in the world more for him than anybody else. That has been easiest thing. Nothing really has been so difficult but maybe the night sleep because being an athlete, sleeping throughout the night is something I was used to but now it doesn’t happen that often.”