Shahs Of Sunset | Jessica Parido Reveals She Gave Birth To A Baby Boy, After Believing Chemo Left Her Infertile

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Former Shahs Of Sunset cast member Jessica Parido, ex-wife of Mike Shouhed reveals she is a mom.

The 30-year-old revealed on instagram that she gave birth to a baby boy in February. According to Jessica, she had been told in the past that the chemotherapy treatments she underwent in her battle with leukemia 15 years ago would make her unable to have children, so this baby is truly a miracle for her.

On February 23, 2019 My little miracle Boy was born. Since I was 15 years old I was told that the high doses of chemotherapy I got to fight my leukemia would cause me to be sterile. It was something I struggled with accepting for years. After 15 years and countless specialists I accepted the fact I would never have children of my own. God had other plans for me. The level of shock and disbelief I had when I found out I was pregnant naturally was unimaginable. I had spent half of my life believing I would never feel these feelings. To say this came without struggle would be a lie. The traditional family I’ve dreamed of my entire life is not something I have. The vision of love, marriage then baby I had wanted is gone. I decided to keep my pregnancy off of social media and enjoy the time without the opinions and comments of others. I contemplated never posting about it and carrying on but IM A MOM, I have a son, a beautiful little miracle who I’ll cherish the rest of my life and to not share this would be not sharing me ❤️

Mike the ex-husband who cheated on Jessica sent his best wishes on her post also:
Mike Shouhed-comment-Jessica Parido

Jessica’s son is the latest baby born to the Shahs family. Asa Soltan Rahmati welcomed her first child, son Soltan Jackson, in 2017. Lilly Ghalichi gave birth to daughter Alara Mir in 2018. Mercedes ‘MJ’ Javid is set to welcome her son in a few weeks.

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