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Just when Dimpy Ganguly and Rohit Roy’s soon-to-be four-year-old daughter, Reanna Ganguly was understanding what it is being ‘me’, she got promoted to the role of ‘big sister’. Questions like “Who is this new person?”, “How do I fit into the picture now?”, “Will this baby replace me?” run through the minds of the little ones, who are soon going to welcome a baby brother/sister in their lives. While we aren’t sure if Reanna too had such thoughts in her mind or not, but we can easily decipher that she is enjoying every bit of being a ‘big sister’ to her baby brother, Aryaan Roy. (Also Read: Mahesh Babu Plays Virtual Tennis With Son, Gautam At Night Amid Quarantine, Shares Video On Twitter)
On Easter Eve i.e., April 11, 2020, Dimpy Ganguly had announced that she and her hubby, Rohit Roy had embraced parenthood for the second time and are proud parents to a baby boy. Dimpy and Rohit have a soon-to-be four-year-old daughter, Reanna Roy and now, their family of three got completed with the arrival of little Aryaan. Announcing the arrival of the little one, Dimpy had written, “Born on the eve of Easter..my little Bunny Blue is here! Aryaan Roy 11.04.2020.”
A while back, Dimpy Ganguly gave a glimpse of the endearing brother-sister moment of her daughter, Reanna Roy and her newborn baby brother, Aryaan Roy. Reanna just couldn’t stop admiring her little brother as she was in awe of his tiny nose. Dimpy captioned the picture as “#nofilter love.” This capture will surely leave you with a smile on your face.
Married to her childhood friend and a Dubai-based businessman, Rohit Roy, Dimpy Ganguly had happily welcomed love for the second time in her life. It was in 2015 when Dimpy and Rohit had embarked on their journey of ‘happily ever after’ and to make their journey even more special, they were blessed with a baby girl in 2016, whom they have named Reanna Roy. Four years later, Dimpy and Rohit have experienced the joy of parenthood once again and their family of three is now a family of four! (Also Read: Inaaya Naumi Kemmu Motivates Daddy Kunal Kemmu To Do Crunches, Becomes The 'Best' And Cutest Trainer)
When Reanna had turned 1, Dimpy Ganguly had shared an emotional note, defining her entire journey on her Instagram handle. Dimpy had written, "She came to me wide-eyed and smiling after 3 days of labour at 1 in the morning. And it was really strange for me cos I am used to seeing babies crying right after they are born (courtesy Hindi cinemas) but not reanna! Her eyes were the most distinct feature of her face. They were steel grey and full of wonder checking out this whole new place she has just entered with only one familiar thing - my smell. And although my first reactions were like "can I touch her?" And when I did I was almost expecting her to be a plastic doll so imagine my surprise when the skin felt warm with her blood pumping through all her parts!! I kept holding her skin to skin experiencing so many emotions all at once but the only words that came out were "oh my god"!”
Dimpy Ganguly had continued, “The only time she cried was when the midwife was taking her away from me to clean her and weigh her - her first sign of affection for me, and in those few minutes my heart felt like it's being ripped apart! Ever since she is mostly like that - wide-eyed and ever smiling (unless u count the teething phase of course). Be it vaccines or ear-piercing or falling down bruising her cheeks, getting a bump, my brave little girl really knows how to get right up and bring that smile on (with a little help from nursery rhymes too..lol) and for that, I'm so proud of her!”
The Bong beauty, Dimpy Ganguly had then concluded by saying, “Life has changed and so has my body but I have never been so proud, so happy, so complete. And for that, I only have my little person to thank for! Being a parent is the single most challenging thing I have ever done/ continue to do. But it's also far and away the greatest joy in my life. It has given me purpose, taught me patience and expanded my heart to inexplicable horizons. Time flies and she is a whole-year-old today and as I celebrate her first birthday I would like to thank my partner in every crime for taking this journey with me. The "GRAND-parents" for being so so so so so so so supportive towards us young parents. God only knows what we would have done had u not been around. The ever doting mamas/meshos/ masis and for the hundredth time God for entrusting me with the life of this little human. Happy birthday Reanna! You have no idea how loved you are!" (Also Read: Smriti Khanna's 'Lifeline', Gautam Gupta Holding Newborn Daughter In His Arms Is A Sight To Behold)
Much love to Reanna and Aryaan!
No matter what the world thinks, but being a mother is the toughest job that a woman signs up for. It doesn't require fancy degrees, but rather just love, care and a lot of patience. The moment a woman holds her little baby in her arms, inside the delivery room, everythingRead More