Chhavi Mittal shared an adorable picture with son Arham Khan

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Chhavi Mittal’s world became a little more magical and a lot happier when her son, Arham Khan came into her life. Her happiness was over the top as she went through the process for the second time. And even though she had her share of bumps in the road, she finally has it all.  Chhavi Mittal and her husband, Mohit Hussein welcomed their second child on May 13, 2019. But her delivery wasn’t an easy one as her son almost felt like he had refused to leave her body even in the 10th month of pregnancy. However, in the end, she met her baby and it was an amazing experience.

On June 13, 2019, Arham celebrates his first month, and his mother, Chhavi made it a memorable day. She took on to her Instagram handle and shared a beautiful picture of baby Arham with her fans. Along with the picture, she wrote in the caption, “One month ago today this little “potli” like I fondly call him since he’s always bundled up like one, came into my arms. Today he’s a big boy one-month-old! Can you imagine! Today we’re a strong team and together we have already overcome one big hurdle of “latching problems”. And together we’re now addressing the big problem of sleepless nights!”

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One month ago today this little "potli" like I fondly call him since he's always bundled up like one, came into my arms. Today he's a big boy one month old! Can you imagine! Today we're a strong team and together we have already overcome one big hurdle of "latching problems". And together we're now addressing the big problem of sleepless nights! Phew…. I'm sure the time is not far when we both will get continuous sleep for at least 6 hours! How lovely will that be… For now, we're joined at the hip 24 hrs a day, and I look forward to every moment of knowing him… How he looks when he sleeps, feeds, stretches, sneezes, coughs, looks up, and what a gentleman he looks like when I comb his hair 😋 Btw, big sister Areeza had a cake cutting ceremony for him, which he slept through! #beautifulmoments ________________________ #beautifulmoment #motherson #son #babyboy #babyarham #chhavimittal #birthday #happybirthday #monthlybirthday

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She further wrote, “Phew. I’m sure the time is not far when we both will get continuous sleep for at least 6 hours! How lovely will that be? For now, we’re joined at the hip 24 hrs a day, and I look forward to every moment of knowing him… How he looks when he sleeps, feeds, stretches, sneezes, coughs, looks up, and what a gentleman he looks like when I comb his hair Btw, big sister Areeza had a cake cutting ceremony for him, which he slept through!”

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THE 10th MONTH… Here I am, thinking I have seen it all and heard it all… But in the 11th hour of my pregnancy, there's yet another myth that I need to address! The 10th month. Yes, there is a 10th month in pregnancy, and I'm currently living it. So many people tried to correct me in one of my recent posts, thinking I may have accidentally written 10th instead of 9th. No it was no accident. The 10th month, as logic suggests, starts after the 9th month ends. After 36 weeks of pregnancy, the baby is officially ready to come into this world. 40 weeks is considered a full term, and that's when the doctor gives you your EDD (estimated due date). The due date is always ESTIMATED because nobody can predict when the baby arrives. It is extremely common and absolutely normal for women to reach 42 weeks before natural labour begins.. especially if it's the second pregnancy… and once you cross 38/39 weeks, your 10th month begins. So, while my clock ticks, I could go into labour right this minute, or another week later… I'm not worried. On the contrary, I'm rather relaxed. Because I know, once the baby comes, I'll have my hands full! And I think now is the perfect time to also say that it's always the baby who decides when labour will begin. So you can try all you want, get restless, get scans done, pray that the baby comes out fast (I know it's uncomfortable)… But trust me, the baby is the most comfortable inside you! So don't hold your breath… But remember, good things come to those who wait…. #pregnancy PC: @sachin113photographer Location:@1bhkmumbai ________________________________ #pregnant #pregnantbelly #chhavimittal #readytopop #pregnantmom #pregnantmother #happilypregnant #40weeks #40weekspregnant

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For the people who don’t know Chhavi had an extremely rough pregnancy as her doctor forced her for a C-section delivery ruining her dream of Hypno-birthing. In one of her Instagram posts, she actually narrated the story of her son’s birthday, “I started dilating again & 2 hrs later I was 8 cm dilated. But my doctor came in & said she’d like to take me for a C-section. I put my complete faith in her and agreed to whatever she said. But her attitude towards my whole birthing process completely shook me up.”

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My feet are so swollen that even flip flops don't fit. So is the rest of my body. My head hurts like it'll explode, due to the spinal tap. I've gone deaf in one ear, also an extremely rare side effect of the spinal tap. I'm supposed to drink 5 litres of water, and getting up to go the loo takes 15 minutes. Lying down is the only position that gives me comfort, sometimes I even eat in that position. But right now, at 1am, I'm doing some office work, when the baby sleeps and there's some peace, because @shittyideastrending 's new Web-series #BinBulayeMehmaan had to be launched today. I know this will pass. This pain will be forgotten. But will the pain that I endured on my soul during the birth be ever forgotten? Sharing my birth story soon, when I feel ready. 🙏 #birthstory ___________________________ #birth #pain #chhavimittal #mypregnancyjourney #labourroom #ot

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Chhavi also revealed the behavior of her doctor. “She said some things which I could not respond to at that time, but they will remain engraved in my mind forever. This person who was with me thru this journey of 9+ months.. this person who had seen my strengths & weaknesses, who had seen me naked physically and emotionally. She told me, “your labor is not strong enough, your body is not meant to do this, if you felt pain, you would be screaming, not sleeping.”

Published by Kriti Singh on 14 Jun 2019

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