The ninth child was born in the Khosrovyan family in Azerbaijani blockaded Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh).
As Artsakh Public Television reports, the parents have named their newborn baby boy Emil.
But the bay’s mother is concerned, there is a shortage of baby food and diapers in the blockaded Artsakh.
"At the moment, there is no diaper in Chartar [town]. Even if there is, it ends in a very short time," says Arevik Grigoryan.
Before the birth of the child, Arevik had moved to Artsakh capital Stepanakert with two of her eight kids.
Arevik's husband, however, could not go to Stepanakert from Chartar due to lack of fuel.
Arevik will return home to her six children and her husband in a few days.
During the 44-day war in 2020, the Khosrovyan family was forced to relocate from Kashatagh to Armenia.
But after living in Armenia for a year, they had returned to Artsakh, to Chartar town.
"They said, 'Stay [in Armenia]. You have lost two houses. They will give [you] a certificate [in return].' I said, 'We don't need anything. We are going back to Artsakh!'" says Arevik.