The picture of little Vayu cuddled up in mum Sonam Kapoor’s lap might be the cutest thing on social media today. As her baby boy completed six months on earth, Kapoor took away our Monday blues by posting an adorable picture and a video of the little munchkin.
In the picture, while Vayu is sporting a white onesie, the actress is dressed in a yellow and white striped nightgown. The mother and son are both seen playing with his toy as they turn away from the camera and look down. Calling her son her “biggest blessing” the AK vs AK actress also uploaded a video, where we catch a glimpse of Vayu as he attempts to get up and crawl.
“6 months of my Vayu. The best job in the world.. my biggest blessing.. love you, my darling boy.. your papa and I couldn’t have asked for more,” read the caption of the post.
The couple welcomed their baby boy last year on August 20. Ever since then, they have been sharing adorable sneak peeks of their son, though they have not revealed his face yet. At the time of posting their first picture as a family, the duo, in a joint update, said, “In the spirit of the force that has breathed new meaning into our lives...In the spirit of Hanuman and Bheem who embody immense courage and strength… In the spirit of all that is sacred, life-giving, and eternally ours, we seek blessings for our son, Vayu Kapoor Ahuja.”
If you can’t get enough of little Vayu’s baby-fever-inducing photos, here’s more. Last month, Anand Ahuja treated the fans to a new picture of a relaxed, dressed down Sonam holding their son, along with a profound poem on children by Khalil Gibran. In the image, Kapoor, who is seen in blue and white striped PJs, is adorably hugging her son clad in a super cute, white printed ensemble.
Ahuja wrote, “I read this years ago and have always remembered it. Saved it so I could always refer to it and am now so grateful to put it into practice w @sonamkapoor ... missing you both too much. #VayusParents #EverydayPhenomenal.”
Prefacing this caption was a poem, an excerpt from which read, “Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of life’s longing for itself. They come through you but not from you, And though they are with you yet they belong not to you. You may give them your love but not your thoughts, For they have their thoughts.”
On the work front, Kapoor will next be seen in the Shome Makhija directorial titled Blind, in which she plays a blind police officer on the trail of a serial killer.