Sania Mirza Shares Her Adorable Son Izhaan’s picture on Instagram with a thoughtful caption

The love story of Sania and Shoaib is unlike any other. Their love story wasn’t the sort of love at first sight but it took three meetings for both of them to decide that they wanted to know each other better. They dated for five months and decided to tie the knot but it wasn’t easy for both of them as they faced lot of criticism from people. Indian tennis player Sania Mirza has given birth to a baby boy, her Pakistani cricketer husband Shoaib Malik said on Tuesday (Oct 30), prompting a flood of congratulatory messages on social media.

Shoaib tweeted announcing the arrival of their little one, “Excited to announce: It’s a boy, and my girl is doing great and keeping strong as usual #Alhumdulilah. Thank you for the wishes and Duas, we are humbled #BabyMirzaMalik”.

Happy mommy Sania Mirza shared a cute pic with her camera loving son Izhaan on Instagram and captioned it, “I’ve known love in its purest form through you, my boy. Ps- he loves the camera and TV, we just watched baba @realshoaibmalik winn #izhaanmirzamalik #allhamdulillah”.

 

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Ever since baby Izhaan is born, Sania has been sharing his lovely pics either solo or with him. On Valentine’s Day, she shared a lovely pic kissing the tiny one. She captioned the pic as, “My little cupcake. My Valentine forever”, followed by heart emojis.

 

In an Interview Sania was asked that one quality she want to imbibe in her child. She stated, “The fact that the onus lies on him/her. We make our mistakes and we learn, but we should never have to give up on our freedom of choice. I don’t want my child to grow up and pass the buck saying he/she is in tough spot because he/she didn’t make the decision. That is a complete no-no.”

 

Sharing about her baby, she had then stated, “I want my child to be self-confident, self-sufficient and independent. While my child will be my number one priority, that does not mean I have to spend every single minute of the day with them to make them a good person or to parent them.”

 

In an interview with Femina, Sania opened up about her pregnancy journey. The elated mommy had shared, “The experience was good—it was overwhelming and different. I think, as women, we underestimate our bodies and what they can do, and I had that self-realisation. I feel privileged that I was able to go through it. I had a decently easy pregnancy, if there is such a thing”.

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