Congratulations to the new parents of the Jersey Shore neighborhood: Snooki and Jionni!
This is no Sesame Street; instead it’s reality television stars taking on real life parenthood. Do you think she’s up for the new task at hand? Only time will tell. And by time, I mean once the new season of ‘Snooki & J Woww’ premieres in the near future.
Earlier this year, we saw the pregnant Snooki push around a stroller with beer in it. Then again, that was the “old Snooki”. The newly improved Snooki has gone without alcohol and has toned down her tanning in preparation for her new meatball Lorenzo. And a little meatball he is! Born on early Sunday morning, Lorenzo was a healthy 6 pounds, 5 ounces and looks to be in complete tip top shape!
If you aren’t following Snooki on Twitter yet, make sure you jump on over to share the excitement. So far she’s tweeted about having eggs for the first time since giving birth, and she even thanked her fans for all the support.
Take look at her Tweet where she revealed Lorenzo’s birth:
I am SO IN LOVE with my son Lorenzo Dominic ! I had my little man last night, healthy at 6lbs! HE'S MY WORLD! ❤—
NiC0LE P0LiZZi (@snooki) August 26, 2012
While it might be a surprise to many people, it seems like Snooki has motherhood down pat! But as any new parent knows, advice is always appreciated! Ty, Lulu and Lala took to the phones this morning to get as much as advice as they could for Snooki.
Take a listen:
Do you have advice for Snooki and Jionni? Whether you are a mother yourself, expected-to-be, or even a babysitter, we want to hear what you have to say! Sound off in the comments below.
–Bryan Carstensen, 92.3 NOW
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