New Mommy Kishwer Merchant Spills The Beans On Naming Her Son Niravir; It’s Everything Spiritual
TV’s adorable couple Kishwer Merchant and Suyyash Rai recently welcomed their baby boy and in her latest interview.
Television’s adorable couple Kishwer Merchant and Suyyash Rai welcomed their first baby – a boy – Niravir on August 27, 2021. The internet was filled with blessings for the first time parents and Kishwer is totally enjoying this roller coaster ride and embracing motherhood. Kishwer has also shared her pregnancy journey with her internet fam and shared the ups and downs that came along with it. Keeping it realistic, helped her fans to connect with her more deeply tightening their virtual bond.
During her latest interview with Hindustan Times, new mommy Kishwer opened up on the feelings of becoming a parent also spilled the beans on naming their son Niravir. She told the portal, “I used to have sleepless nights when Suyyash had Covid as he used to be in another room. During one such night, while listening to Ek Onkar, I messaged him the name, and he loved it. Had it been a girl, we would have named her, Alizeh”.
She further added, “It has been a roller coaster ride since the delivery. I have become a mom for the first time so it has been difficult, overwhelming, kabhi nice. Every time, when I see his face, I forget about all the things. But, yes, a lot of emotions are going on right now”
Speaking more about feeding the baby, the former Bigg Boss contestant Kishwer said, “You also have to feed the baby, and then there is no production of milk properly on the first three days. You get frustrated, on top of it, you have people around you who are like ‘nahi breastfeeding is very important, do this and that’
For the unversed, Kishwer had a C-section delivery which has definitely impacted her body and the actress had opened about it during her pregnancy on social media. Speaking of the same the actress ends by saying, “It was something that I have never been through. A woman’s body goes through so much in these 9 months, and then comes a C-section with so many medicines, and drips”.