Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi had a few more unique and lovable guests who assist her in having a good time with the advent of her 0.33 baby.
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While celebrating her child sprinkle on Saturday, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, who is awaiting her third toddler, shared a candy picture of (almost) all of her Jersey Shore costar’s youngsters.
In the image, Polizzi’s lookalike daughter Giovanna Marie, 4½, smiled whilst sitting among her brother Lorenzo Dominic, 6, and their BFF Meilani Alexandra, 4 — who’s the daughter of Polizzi’s bestie Jenni “JWoww” Farley and ex-Roger Mathews.
Adding an extra dose of cuteness to the photograph: Deena Cortese‘s three-month-antique son Christopher John also made a look as Meilani cradled the new child in her lap.
“Jersey Shore 2.Zero minus Grey, Arianna & Amabella,” Polizzi, 31, captioned the snap, noting that Farley’s son Greyson Valor, three, as well as Ronnie Ortiz-Magro’s 1-12 months-old daughter Ariana Sky and Pauly “DJ Pauly D” DelVecchio’s daughter Amabella Sophia, 5.
The quickly-to-be mother of three went on to proportion any other image of her and Farley’s daughters smiling as they sat after one another at the bash.
“BESTIES,” she wrote along with the shot.
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During the shower, Polizzi also shared a sweet moment with Cortese, 32, because the pair posed collectively with their mini-mes.
“All the meatballs,” Cortese captioned a couple of snaps, creating a loving connection with her shared nickname with Polizzi.
Following the birthday celebration, Polizzi thanked all of her pals and relatives for making the day so special for her and toddler Angelo.
“Had such a great sprinkle! My circle of relatives did amazing spoiling infant Angelo!” she wrote alongside a photograph of herself cradling her baby bump and posing alongside a blue-tiered cake.
“Thanks to my mama @stephanie_b22 for baking this delicious cake for me! I’m a lucky lady #BabyAngelo,” she introduced.
After announcing in November that she and her husband, Jionni LaValle, were anticipating a sibling for Giovanna and her large brother, Polizzi discovered the subsequent month that the couple could be welcoming a boy.
The reality celebrity surprised lovers in mid-April by sharing her son’s name, who is anticipated to arrive in June.
While thanking Cortese for some toddler gifts, Polizzi showed off the personalized teddy bear safety blanket, piggy bank, and a fleece throw blanket she’d received — all with the call “Angelo” published on them.
“Look what Deena was given me!” stated the truth famous person and style designer, earlier than confirming the moniker: “So you men realize the call, it’s gonna be Angelo.”I started thinking about this from the kids’ point of view. That made me remember the children’s literature I grew up on. Many of my favorite books were about young people taking charge independently–often away from their parents. Let’s start with Enid Blyton’s The Famous Five series.
Five on a Treasure Island, five cousins, spend the summer having one adventure after the next. There is a home base where meals are offered, and the children check-in, but the adults’ assumption seems that as long as they are out in the fresh air together, they are generally fine no matter what they are getting up to. In the Swallows and Amazon books by Arthur Ransome, six children are permitted to camp on an island in the middle of a lake. They cook over open fires and deal with the local “natives” (as the children refer to the adults) to procure supplies.
Another popular example of kids on a mission is From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler by E. L. Konigsburg. It is about two children who run away from the suburbs to New York City and handle themselves very well. In all these books, the children are supported by friends, cousins, or siblings and range in age between 9 and 13. For me, the common themes are that a) children are generally seen as very capable and b) they relish in the opportunity to show how able they are to take care of themselves.