Sunny Leone and Daniel Weber are doting parents and them celebrating daughter Nisha Kaur Weber’s birthday with zest and vigour is a testimony to it. The Baby Doll of Bollywood has taken off to the US to ring in Nisha’s second birthday. And after Arizona, the next destination of the Weber family is children’s favourite, Disneyland. Sunny has shared a photo of herself posing in front of the Disneyland. In her caption, Sunny mentioned that she has planned the vacation to spend some quality time with her little angel on her special day. Also, from the caption, it seemed, like any other mother, Sunny is determined to make all the dreams of Nisha come true. “Disney for Nisha’s birthday!! Where all your dreams come true,” wrote Sunny.
The little munchkin was 21-months old when she got her parents in Sunny and Daniel. She adopted Nisha from Latur, Maharashtra. The US vacation album of the Raees actor also has a cute photo of her with husband Daniel. Sharing the photo, Sunny writes, “With the sweetest man I know!!” Sharing the same photo, Daniel wrote, “Disneyland !!! Nisha’s bday :). Amazing day !!! @sunnyleone.” After looking at the several photos, we must say Sunny is fulfiling her promise of showing Nisha the entire world.
Talking about her experience of being a mother, Sunny, in an interview with IANS, said, “It is the best experience of my life and I can’t wait to show her (Nisha) every inch of this world and teach her so many things.” After Sunny took up motherhood, Daniel describes her as, “Sunny, Version 3.0”.
On Wednesday, a photo of the trio: Sunny, Daniel and Nisha did the rounds on the internet from Arizona. All of them were all smiles as they posed for the camera lens. The pretty Nisha sat in between Sunny and Daniel and wore a birthday crown. Also, the three twinned in their blue dresses. Daniel has also posted some photos from the foreign land on his Instagram account.
Earlier in an interview with indianexpress.com, Sunny talked about her parenting styles as she said, “We’re the first people she sees in the morning and the last people she sees before she goes to bed at night. We change her diapers, sit and watch TV together, play games. Daniel takes her to the park multiple times a day. She understands Marathi and Hindi, and we’re teaching her English now. She knows 20 words, and every time she says a new word, I write it down. She knows ‘apple’, ‘bubble’ and ‘banana’, ‘hello, goodbye’, ‘1-2-3’. Daniel and I follow a very American style of raising our daughter, where we promote independence — she has her own room, her own space and she loves that.”