Sania Mirza Gets Papped With Baby Izhaan As He Gets Cozy In A Mickey Mouse Jumper At The Airport


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Sania Mirza Gets Papped With Baby Izhaan As He Gets Cozy In A Mickey Mouse Jumper At The Airport

‘There once was a girl, who met a boy, they found living as two was a life full of joy. And their joy overflowed when the two became three, a blessing sent from heaven above completed their life!’ Isn’t it a perfect way to conclude the story of an ace tennis player, Sania Mirza and her cricketer husband, Shoaib Malik? The two welcomed their little boy, Izhaan on October 30, 2018, and it was one step closer to their happily ever after. (Recommend Read: Sussanne Khan's Comment On Ex-Husband, Hrithik Roshan's Latest Pics Proves Exes Can Be Friends)

The new mom, Sania constantly posts on Instagram to share snippets of her life. Earlier, she had posted a heartfelt note about how parenthood feels, she wrote, “So it’s been 5 days since we came into this world .. Me as a mother and my little Izhaan as my son we’ve even watched Baba play some cricket together since we’ve arrived it truly is the biggest match, tournament achievement I’ve ever won or had and there is no feeling or blessing that can be greater than this.. I finally have gotten sometime after this overwhelming feeling to get online and check the msgs and love we have received. Shoaib and I feel truly blessed and humbled with the wishes and love that we as parents and Izhaan have received Thank you to each and every one of you ..we love you right back! Love Sania, Shoaib and Izhaan @realshoaibmalik #Allhamdulillah”

Well, we are totally in awe of their little family and how beautifully Sania is managing the new innings in her life. Yesterday, on January 16, 2018, we got hold of Sania and her little baby’s adorable picture as they made their way back to Mumbai. The shutterbugs papped them at the airport, while she was seen wearing sweats and over-sized coat, the baby was all curled up in a yellow Mickey Mouse jumper. Check out the pictures below: (Also Read: Tiger Shroff's Mother Ayesha Shroff Sends 'Ghar Ka Khaana' For Disha Patani And Him To Their Gym)

In an interview with Femina, Sania shared her recent journey of becoming a mother. The player said, “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.”

Sania further gave a strong message to young girls and women. She stated, “The most important thing I would like to say to girls and women is that you have to choose what you feel is right. There are certain cultural dos and don’ts that we are subjected to as girls while growing up, and even as adults after we have grown up. There is no right or wrong from that perspective, you have to go by what you feel. You have to believe in your dreams and, more importantly, yourself. I was lucky to have a family that backed and supported me in every decision—whether it was playing tennis, getting married, or wanting to have a kid. It was always about when I wanted to do it, and not about what the cultural norm was. I want to tell women that if you really want to do something, and believe in it, then you can have it all; you don’t have to choose.” (You May Also Like: Tahira Kashyap Shows Us True Beauty Lies In The Eyes Of The Beholder, Shares A Post-Cancer Bald Look)

Earlier, in an Interview with Times Of India, Sania had talked about her excitement of stepping into another phase but she will not be giving up her dreams. She stated, “I am excited about motherhood, but I am not giving up on my dreams and career. It’s just that I suffered a knee injury last year and couldn’t play much tennis. I have always wanted to be a mother and both Shoaib and I felt that the time was right; we were ready to be parents. However, that doesn’t mean I will stop doing what I have been doing for so many years. The plan is to get back to the game after delivery. And, I am not the only tennis player to do that. Serena Williams was back after she became a mother and there have been many others, too. Just like most working women resume their jobs after delivery, we would also like to return to the game. Mary Kom returned to boxing after having three kids, so it all depends on the person. We are prejudiced against women returning to work after having children. Having said that, I will not pursue tennis at the cost of neglecting my child.” (Don't Miss: Farhan Akhtar Turns 45, Shibani Dandekar Makes His Birthday Extra Special With A Unique Gift)

Well, looks like Izhaan is all set to give competition to little Taimur! What do you think?

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