Television actor, Nakuul Mehta and his darling wife, Jankee Parekh are enjoying every moment of their parenthood journey. Jankee and Nakuul, who never miss a chance to document their baby boy's journey, shared how they spend their Sunday morning with their little wonder ball. The couple's social media feeds have been cutely hijacked by their baby boy, Sufi and his little sneak-peeks!
On February 3, 2021, Nakuul Mehta and Jankee Parekh had left their coupledom phase and had hopped on the journey of being with the arrival of their munchkin. Three days later, the duo had shared a beautiful picture of their new world. In the picture, we can see the new parents holding their baby boy's hand. Along with it, they had written, "February 3, 2021. This is us. Grateful and sleepy in equal measure. *ing @jank_ee and him."
On April 11, 2021, Nakuul took to his Instagram handle and shared a cool picture with his young man, Sufi. In the picture, Nakuul was seen wearing a white t-shirt and he held Sufi in his arms, who was dressed in a striped white t-shirt with a pair of white pants. Alongside it, Nakuul wrote, "One of these gents are ready to crash the servers of TINDER." Check it out below:
Jankee Parekh also shared a glimpse of how she spent her Sunday morning with her baby boy. Taking to her Instagram handle, Jankee posted a video, wherein she was seen singing a song, 'Lukka chuppi bahut hui' to her baby boy. Alongside it, she wrote, "Singing to my heart #songsforsufi."
On April 8, 2021, Jankee had shared two beautiful pictures of herself. Alongside it, Jankee had penned a long note on how her life has changed post embracing motherhood. She had written, "Haven’t shared a story for long, probably I didn’t know what to talk about. And then so many of you reached out on DM’s and shared yours and that encouraged me to write my most recent one. It’s been more than 60 days to my new life & SOMETHING HAS SWITCHED. I finally feel so much at ease embracing motherhood."
Jankee had further shared how she can handle her crying baby now, "Today, when Sufi cries, I no longer feel the urge to hand him over to my Jhapa to quieten him. I feel so much more in sync and in rhythm with his body, feelings and emotions, and I know that my one-touch will put him at ease. Earlier, I always felt the need to depend on either my help or someone or the other to take care of him through the day, whether it is changing his diapers, to making him have a bath to massaging to making him sleep or just make him burp."
Well, Nakuul and Jankee are definitely acing their role as parents! What do you think?