Bollywood actress Dia Mirza recently became a mommy to her little Avyaan. While the baby was delivered prematurely, he was in the constant care of doctors in the NICU. Now the baby is back home and Dia Mirza welcomes her baby while sharing the first-ever picture. Starting the new journey of her parenthood, Dia took to Instagram and posted a black and white sketch picture.
Introducing her cute son to all her million followers, Dia posted on Insta and wrote, “Our story has only just begun Avyaan 15.09.2021.”
Dia further thanked all the doctors and caretakers who shower love and care for baby Avyaan when he was in ICU. Dia wrote, “We are deeply grateful to many good people who took very good care of you Avyaan in the first 4 months of your life.”
She also send love to all the parents who are taking care of their lil once and wrote, “Have to add, to all the parents out there who are coping with their preemies being in NICU, love, strength and prayers for you and your little one’s.”
Let us tell you that Dia and Vaibhav got married on February 15, in a private wedding in Mumbai. The two took the nuptial vows in presence of family and friends and later headed to the Maldives for their honeymoon.
Let us tell you that during their vacay, Dia announced her pregnancy and in May 2021 they welcomed their baby boy Avyaan.
Announcing the good news of the arrival of Avyaan, Dia posted on Instagram and wrote, “Having arrived early, our little miracle has since then been cared for by tireless nurses and doctors in the Neonatal ICU. A sudden appendectomy during my pregnancy and a subsequent and very severe bacterial infection could have led to sepsis and proven to be life-threatening. Thankfully, the timely care and intervention by our doctor ensured the safe birth of our baby via an emergency C-section. As we watch this tiny being, this Zen master in awe and wonder, we learn from him, in all humility, the true meaning of trusting the universe and of parenthood. And to not be afraid, and so we humbly take the lead from his resilience and courage. We do not have enough words to thank all those who continue to help us live this story of hope and faith and create a safe, healing, nurturing space for Avyaan and I. He will be home soon and his elder sister Samaira and grandparents are waiting to hold him in their arms.”