The adorable Misha Kapoor steals the limelight on mum Mira's simple birthday!
Mira's birthday was marked by a simple backyard celebration where Misha not only stole the limelight but also pulled off an adorable cake attack!
Just a week after celebrating daughter Misha's birthday, new parents Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput got busy planning another one. This time it was for mommy Mira who turned 23 yesterday.
The couple who kept their daughter's birthday very low-key and intimate, did the same for Mira. In fact, her birthday was such a small celebration that it was just Shahid, Mira and Misha and a simple chocolate cake.
The doting hubby and new dad even shared a few glimpses from his wife's special day.
A 'family-only' birthday party for Mira
But as always, it was Misha who stole the limelight with her antics.
Along with this adorable photograph, Kapoor wrote: “Birthday party in the backyard. #justus happy birthday my love @mira.kapoor (emoticon) (sic).”
The family kept the do really simple without any grand celebrations. But this is isn't unusual for Mira who prefers birthday parties a simple family affair.
In fact, right before Misha's birthday as well the new mum shared, "I think birthday parties at such a young age, the child itself doesn’t know what’s happening and it gets very boring. I don’t want to put her through that and neither does Shahid and I think it’s a memory that all of us are going to enjoy. We are not going to be worried if she’s okay or if she’s getting scared. We want to celebrate her birth and keep it simple."
Misha's surprise cake attack is simply adorable!
However, during the yummy mummy's small birthday celebration, the new parents were taken aback by Misha's surprise cake attack. She did something so cute, that not just her parents, but every parent would love to see it.
Kapoor shared the adorable picture of Misha gobbling up the cake and wrote: "Guess who finished mommy's birthday cake (emoticon) (sic)."
Another treat for Misha
We are sure this cake attack of Misha's might have reminded you of your kids trying to do the same at some point. And soon after the cake was devoured by their cute baby girl, they had another surprise in store for her.
The new parents then took her for an ice cream treat and going by the fact that it was also a theme for Misha's first birthday, we are positive she loved it.
The couple finally brought the celebrations to an end with a small dinner date where they were joined by Kapoor's brother Ishaan Khattar. As is known, Mira shares a warm relationship with her brother-in-law who often addresses her as 'bhabhidoll.'
Not only that she also has a great rapport with her in-laws who see her as their own daughter. In fact, Kapoor's father and actor Pankaj Kapur is always all praises for his bahu.
"In case of Mira, it’s seems like I have always known her. She’s such a wonderful girl and she has got the family much closer. There’s lot more warmth and lot more dependability in each one of us now. To say the least, I am the most excited about becoming a grandfather," he shared.
It is pretty clear that Mira has managed to make her in-laws fall in love with her.
And while it may have been easy for her, it's not always easy to break the ice and find common ground with the in-laws. So can how can one do it? Well, here are a few ways you can begin with.
3 ways to find common ground with the in-laws
- Share your life and be honest: This trait goes a long way in not only breaking the ice, but also in further cementing the relationship. Your in-laws will be there for the rest of your life, so it's better to be who you actually are in front of them. Be honest with your ideas and thoughts and do not lead them on into believing that you're somebody else.
- Appreciative their effort: After all your in-laws are your spouse' parents and they deserve equal respect and appreciation as your own parents. If they have done something for you, there is no harm in appreciating their effort and letting them know you acknowledge their good deed.
- Accept them even with their 'flaws': Let's not deny the fact that a marriage needs a lot of work and not only between two partners, but also between two families. So either way, both parties will have to adjust for the marriage to be a success. Therefore, it's a good idea to adjust and give in wherever needed.