Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan‘s little munchkin Taimur Ali Khan is undoubtedly Bollywood’s most adorable prince charming and you can’t agree more when I say, more than Kareena and hubby Saif, people are keen on knowing what their little munchkin is up to. Also, it’s no secret that our media (including us) is obsessed with Taimur, who is just a year old but is already a rage on social media and has a fan following of his own.
From attending parties with his superstar parents to walking out of the airport, Kareena’s boy has eyeballs following him everywhere he goes. Mommy Kareena, who’s spotted with her little munchkin every now and then, posing for the paparazzi, wrote a blog for a leading daily, wherein the actress has talked about how lucky she has been to enter into the parenthood phase. Her blog read, “For almost every mother, the first days with her newborn baby are precious memories to be cherished forever. They are surely some of the most challenging and at the same time fulfilling days we will experience as women.”
The actress further wrote, “I remember some long days and nights, without much sleep. Some were frustrating, as I tried inexpertly to calm my crying child. Some were simply bliss – as I treasured the new life that I had been able to bring into the world,” adding that, “I know I have been fortunate to embark on the journey of parenthood – and I will always remember the first days of my child’s life. I have been lucky. For too many mothers in South Asia, the first days of their baby’s life will be remembered for a whole different reason.” ALSO READ: Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Little Munchkin Taimur Looks Uber Cute In His Latest Outing – See Pics
Keeping in mind the UNICEF’s campaign #EveryChildALIVE that spread awareness of the deteriorating health conditions of infants in South Asia, the actress wrote, “First, we need to feed our newborn babies in the best way that we can: with our breast milk. To give your baby the best start in life that he or she deserves, start breastfeeding within the first hour of life – and feed the baby only breast milk, nothing else.”
Kareena went on to add, “Second, we need to challenge harmful beliefs and practices that are putting our babies in danger. We need to entrust ourselves to skilled birth attendants who are properly trained to look after us and our babies in the time around birth.” Lastly, she said, “Third, we need to look after our girls just as well as we look after our boys. As females ourselves, it is incredibly sad that baby girls do not always get the same care that baby boys do. If your baby girl becomes unwell, get help for them just as quickly as you would do for a boy.” Share your thoughts about this in the comment section below. Watch this space for more updates!