Television actors Anita Hassanandani, Addite Malik and Karanvir Bohra spoke about their youngsters of their latest Instagram posts. While Anita and Addite showered their little ones with love, Karanvir requested fellow mother and father a query.
On Tuesday, Anita posted a video together with her son Aaravv the place she is seen kissing, cuddling and rocking the infant in her arms.
Edith Whiskers’s Home performed within the background. She captioned her submit, “Love so pure.” Anita and her husband Rohit Reddy welcomed their firstborn in February this 12 months.
Fans showered the mother-son duo with love. The feedback part was stuffed with messages like, “so cute mom and son”, “(your) kid is too cute lots of kisses nd hugs to him nd u too frm Mangalore” and “Aarav is such a cutie ma’am!!! God bless lil chipmunk and ur entire fam.”
Addite, in the meantime, shared an image with husband actor Mohit Malik and their son, Ekbir Malik. Captioning the submit, she wrote, “So so so cute that we could just about eat you up! Just kidding Here’s what lack of sleep, new parenthood can do to us…..@mohitmalik1113 @ekbirmalik.” The couple had welcomed their firstborn in April.
Their followers too despatched the couple and their child love. A fan wrote, “Welcome…Just the beginning to the crazy but adorable world.” Another mentioned, “Mohit sir Addite maam and Baby Ekbir you three are the cutest.” “Awww pure love .. babooshkhiiii,” commented a 3rd.
Karanvir Bohra posed a query for fellow mother and father. The actor shared an image wherein he was feeding certainly one of his twin daughters whereas she held a feeding bottle for his youngest youngster Gia. Sharing the image, he requested, “Ok at what age does this stop? My kids eat by themselves individually and responsibly at other peoples houses, But at our house we have to chase these 2 @twinbabydiaries.”
Several mother and father commented. One wrote, “I am still struggling with an eight year old too..” whereas one other mentioned, “I am still chasing my 7year old unless its his fav food.” A 3rd wrote, “I still feed my 6 years old.”