Kareena Kapoor Khan within the run-up to the discharge of her debut ebook — a self-help information for pregnant ladies — shared quirky particulars about what she skilled throughout her two pregnancies. Kareena and her husband, Saif Ali Khan, have two sons — four-year-old Taimur Ali Khan, and the toddler Jeh.
“My next story pretty much sums up most of the things I went through during both my pregnancies,” Kareena Kapoor wrote in an Instagram Story on Wednesday, and proceeded to interact her followers and followers in a sport of ‘Bebo’s pregnancy bingo’. Kareena listed down experiences she’d had throughout her pregnancies, and inspired others to play alongside by checking incidents that had occurred to them, too.
In the record of her revelations, Kareena talked about that she’d acquired ‘unsolicited parenting recommendation’ and was ‘frightened concerning the stretch marks’. She additionally stated that she ‘shopped excessively for child merchandise’ and ‘could not avoid pizza’.
Other experiences that she listed had been, ‘peed a lil while sneezing’, ‘dreamt concerning the child’, ‘laughing changed into weeping for no motive’, and ‘picked a title to your child earlier than the supply’.
Incidentally, the title of Kareena’s second son was revealed months after his beginning. Kareena and Saif made the aware choice to maintain Jeh away from the media highlight, after having gone by way of intense scrutiny following the beginning of Taimur.
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Announcing Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Pregnancy Bible earlier this month, the actor had written, “This has been quite the journey… both my pregnancies and writing my Pregnancy Bible. There were good days and bad days; some days I was raring to go to work and others where I struggled to get out of bed. This book is a very personal account of what I experienced both physically and emotionally through both my pregnancies. In many ways, this book is like my third child… from conception to its birth today.”