This picture of new mum Kareena kissing her son Taimur is breaking the Internet!
It seems that this picture was taken right after his feed and Kareena was relaxing and enjoying the moment
Just when everybody thought that Taimur's dinner date with mum Kareena and naani Babita was his last social media outing, the mother-son duo surprised their fans with another heartwarming picture.
This time Kareena was seen holding the cherubic baby Taimur and kissing him on his head.
And while this seems like any other regular mum photograph, what caught our attention was the small baby towel on Kareena's shoulder.
It seems that this picture was taken right after his feed and Kareena was relaxing and enjoying the moment. Needless to say, this heartwarming picture broke the Internet and for all the right reasons.
No sleepless nights with Taimur
Chances are that you may have already seen this picture. But if you haven't, there is no reason you should miss out on Taimur's cuteness.
As the most famous and popular three-month-old, Taimur is certainly a star already, but for his parents he is just a sweet blessing who keeps them happy and smiling.
In fact, in a recent interview Kareena shared that with Taimur another adventure in her life has just begun.
“Adventure has just started. Motherhood is such a personal experience for me that I can’t even ask Karisma (Kapoor) for tips and suggestions. Your relationship with your son is different,” she shared adding that her son has been a very good boy and doesn't give her sleepless nights.
“I don’t have sleepless nights, these are more of joyous nights, filled with pleasure,” she added. This new photograph certainly clarifies that Kareena is enjoying motherhood, as she has said many times.
"It's the most beautiful phase of my life"
Speaking about motherhood Kareena said, "I am taking it each day as it comes. I think it's the most beautiful phase of my life." She also added that Taimur was a planned baby and she was looking forward to this time in her life.
"There are a lot of responsibilities on you once you become a mother. You feel that your heart is not beating inside you but outside your body and that is the biggest responsibility. Both me and Saif always wanted this. We used to talk about all these things. Both of us see ourselves in Taimur and this is the most special thing," shared the glowing new mum.
Even though Kareena is the most glamourous new mum in the country, the new picture makes it clear that it is the last thing on her mind when it comes to caring for her baby.
Seen in casual clothes with a feeding towel on her shoulder makes Kareena a poster girl for the importance of breastfeeding.
4 ways breastfeeding can change your baby's life
From forming a magical connection with your baby to boosting his immunity, breastfeeding is immensely beneficial for the mother and the child.
- Boost immunity: Breast milk contains essential nutrients, vitamins, proteins and fats to help your baby grow. It also has enough water content to quench your baby's thirst and is thus often called 'liquid gold.' Also, Colostrum or the yellowish first milk helps with immune protection of an infant when he is first exposed to the micro-organisms in the environment and helps strengthen the gut.
- Smart babies: Newborn who are breastfed take in docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), present in this liquid gold, which helps them increase their intelligence quotient. This also helps with neurological development of the baby and it is also easily digestible by the infant.
- Keeps you fit: You may know that breastfeeding can be a great way to lose all that baby weight. A lactating mother can lose about 500 calories every day when she makes 750 ml of breast milk. It also helps the uterus to shrink in slightly, thereby tucking that tummy in. And a stronger and fitter mum can certainly have more energy to care for her baby.
- Stronger bond: Among the many benefits of breastfeeding is one that helps you bond better with your baby. Your touch and cradling keeps the baby feeling secure and scientifically a lactating mother produces oxytocin, which helps with this mother-child bonding during breastfeeding.
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