Chhavi Mittal gives birth to baby boy

Chhavi Mittal
Mumbai, May 14: Actress Chhavi Mittal has been blessed with her second child, a boy whom she has named Arham Hussein.

Chhavi made the announced on Tuesday via Instagram and informed that she gave birth to Arham on Monday after “ten months of pregnancy”.

“Thank you so much for all your wishes. I’m still in the hospital recovering, and will be sharing my birth story soon,” Chhavi wrote along with a photograph, giving glimpse of her son’s hand.

Chhavi has been married to writer Mohit Hussein for more than 14 years and they share a six-year-old daughter too.

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HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY to all gorgeous mothers! 6 years ago today this little angel gave me the honour of being a mother. And today she made a surprise card for me which she drew herself. I'm absolutely overwhelmed today, because there's this little child to whom I mean the world, and who takes care of me in her own cute ways… Throwing me a baby shower, hugging me as tight as she can, wiping my tears when I'm sad, cracking kiddy jokes to make me laugh… And there's this other child who refuses to leave my body. I was really looking forward to being a mother of 2 before this day arrives. I know all of you have been waiting for the good news. But more than all you guys, my patience is wearing thin, because there's still no sign of labour. And if labour doesn't knock on my door today, we might have to artificially induce it, which breaks my heart because on one hand the baby's at risk due to being a post term birth, and on the other hand, the baby's at risk due to the drugs being pumped in my body for an induction. What does a mother choose? I've been so natural throughout that I didn't even allow sunscreen to enter my blood stream, and now this. I'm mustering up all that I have within me to induce labour naturally to ensure an absolutely healthy baby in my arms. Long walks, squats, duck walks, ghee, pressure point massages, meditation, spicy food and what not. I freshly determine to make this birth the kind of birth that I have visualised. Keep those prayers coming ? #waitingforlabour PC: @sachin113photographer _________________________ #pregnant #postterm #41weekspregnant #fullterm #chhavimittal #pregnantmother #pregnantmom #mothersday #happymothersday #motherdaughter #mother #determination #prayers

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During her pregnancy, the “Krishnadasi” actress was quite active on social media and a few days ago, she had shared her hope to have a normal delivery of her child despite crossing nine months of pregnancy.

“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 tenth instead of ninth. 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,” she had posted.

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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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