TV Actress Mohena Kumari Writes ‘Can’t Keep My Joy At Bay’ As She Holds Her Newborn Baby, Shares FIRST Glimpse | #entertainment | #news

New Delhi: Television actress and choreographer Mohena Kumari, best known for role in the daily soap ‘Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai’, is on cloud nine these days. Mohena recently welcomed her first child with husband Suyesh Rawat, in April this year.

The new mommy in town is going ecstatic on experiencing the joys of motherhood. On the occasion of Internatinal Mother’s Day, Mohena shared first glimpse of her baby boy. She shared black and white pictures of herself, holding her little bundle of joy in her arms.

Sharing the adorable pictures, Mohena penned an endearing poem for her little one, expressing how she can’t keep her ‘joy at bay’.

Her poem filled with emotions, reads as, “Can’t keep my joy at bay.
Just happy to be a mum today.

Yes there is plenty a duty,
So taking a breath before I jump back.
I’m in awe of this magnanimous life’s beauty
Taking a moment to just enjoy
So grateful to Mother Almighty,
So In love with my baby boy.

Yes Daddy we do miss you,
But today It’s a very quiet party
just for us two.
I stare at him and he stares right back,
Sounds like a boring party?
But trust a new mom, that’s all that we’d rather do.

Can’t keep my joy at bay.
Just happy to be a mum today.
Having a celebration with my little one In 2022 on 8th of May and why not… it’s my first Mother’s Day.”

She concluded her poem by writing, “Life gives you the opportunity to have so many different experiences. Grateful to LIFE for one of the most profound experiences I have had and will continue to cherish and be grateful for this blessing till the end of my time here.”

Actress Lata Saberwal commented on the post with, “Happy mother’s day my dear…. enjoy these moments.”

Comedian and television host Bharti Singh, who also welcomed her baby boy in April, reacted on the post with heart emojis.

ALSO READ: Mohena Kumari Of ‘Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai’ Fame Welcomes Baby Boy With Husband Suyesh Rawat



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