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When a couple welcomes a child in their life, it almost re-starts. They start to live their childhood with their children, playing with them, learning things with them and enjoying every moment. The parents have to study again with their children to teach them better. From teaching them alphabets to teaching them nursery rhymes or helping them grow up, teaching mathematic problems, a parent plays the role of a teacher and a student simultaneously. Mahhi Vij and Jay Bhanushali are reliving their childhood, which includes studying as well as teaching their daughter, Tara nursery rhymes. (Also Read: 'Ishqbaaaz' Nakuul Mehta Proposes Pregger Wife, Jankee For Re-Marriage As She Flaunts Her Baby Bump)
Embarking the parenthood journey can be anxious at first as it comes with lots of responsibilities, however, once you hop on to this journey, you realise that it is a blessing. Jay Bhanushali and Mahhi Vij had experienced parenthood for the first time when they had adopted their caretakers’ kids, Khushi and Rajveer after seven years of their married life. Later, the couple was blessed with a baby girl on August 3, 2019, whom they have named Tara. The little one is pampered by her parents and her elder siblings, Khushi and Rajveer and they can do anything to bring a smile on her face.
The baby girl, Tara has grown one year old and her parents, Mahhi and Jay have started her learning sessions, and to her parents’ surprise, Tara loves it. Taking to his IG handle on February 1, 2021, Jay shared a video of his darling daughter, Tara enjoying a nursery rhyme session. In the video, we can hear Jay and Mahhi singing a nursery rhyme for their daughter, Tara and she can be seen happily dancing on the rhyme, enacting it. Later, when the rhyme ended, Tara can be seen clapping and her sister, Khushi came running towards them. Sharing the video, Jay wrote, “My God she loves nursery rhyme..yeh studies mein kiske upar gayi hain? @tarajaymahhi.”
We have often seen this family enjoying their time with each other and making each other’s every day merry. When Tara had gone bald on November 19, 2020, her family had done everything to celebrate this big milestone of her life. On Tara’s official IG handle, a cute video of the family was posted in which, Tara could be seen in her daddy, Jay’s arms and Mahhi, Khushi, Rajveer, and Mahhi’s mother in the background. As soon as the song, Bala had started, Jay and Tara had joined the family in the background and had started doing the hook step of the song and we had loved it. Along with the video, a cutesy caption of Tara complaining about her family making fun of her was written, and it could be read as “Are they making fun of me kuch kehna hai aapko.” (Recommended Read: BB14: Aly Goni Becomes 'Mamu', Future-Mami, Jasmin Bhasin Is Excited As His Sister Welcomes A Girl)
On the day of Tara’s mundan, we had witnessed her love for rhymes. The doting mommy, Mahhi had shared glimpses of Tara’s mundan ceremony and she had shared a video with Tara, wherein she had held her baby girl in her arms, singing Tara’s favourite rhyme, Lakdi Ki Kaathi to distract her. Along with Mahhi, her mother and Tara’s siblings, Rajveer and Khushi too had looked happy as they had sung along Mahhi and had cheered for Tara.
On October 15, 2020, we had seen another glimpse of Tara’s love for nursery rhymes. Jay Bhanushali had taken to his IG handle and had shared a cute video wherein, Mahhi Vij's struggle to feed her daughter, Tara could be seen clearly. Mahhi was seen dancing on the song, 'Lakdi ki kathi, kathi pe ghoda' as she had tried to feed Tara so that she won't be distracted. (Don't Miss: Sonam Kapoor Posts A Throwback Picture Of A Trip Where Anand Ahuja Proposed Her, He Reacts Like This)
Does your child also enjoy nursery rhymes? Let us know!
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