Snooki Shares New Family Photos

Snooki and fiancé Jionni LaValle looked every bit the proud new parents as they posed for a new picture with their 4-week-old son Lorenzo.

“Daddy, leave mommy and I alone,” the new mom posted via Instagram. The reality TV star, 24, posted another sweet snapshot of her newborn baby boy showing off his sweet little face.

“Tummy time with Lorenzo! He’s doing so good!” she tweeted of her tot Sunday night.

Last week the Jersey Shore star took to Twitter to tell fans about the benefits of breastfeeding.

“I’ve lost a lot of my baby weight! Also it’s the best for him!” the new mom wrote.

The proud Italian mama has been sharing plenty of photos on social media since the August 26 birth of her firstborn child, whom she’s nicknamed Enzo.

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  • Anonymous

    “Daddy, leave mommy and I alone” – I love it when people try to sound intelligent and fail miserably.

    • tempany

      That’s axactly what I was going to say! It’s a pet peeve of mine. The Kardashians are terrible for this particular mistake, too!

      • Anonymous1

        My first language is not English, so sometimes I struggle to understand punctuation, so what was wrong with how Snooki phrased that?

        • Anonymous

          She should have said “Daddy, leave mommy and me alone”. Not mommy and I.

      • irony

        Your comment really made my day….it is spelled Exactly not Axactly. So don’t talk about others if you can not even spell.

    • Anonymous

      Are you kidding? A grammar mistake that 8 out of 10 people make, and you think it makes her sound unintelligent?

      Now you’re reaching.

  • tempany

    exactly, not axactly! Typo!!

  • Emily

    ” proud Italian mama”? Did you guys forget she was adopted by Italian parents from Chile??? There’s nothing Italian about her except for that she likes to pretend she is one by associating and being the fiance of an Italian. Her baby is part Chilean, part Italian. And what’s with the grammar police up here? plus, ah..the it just an Italian man kind of thing?

    • Cathy Bohen

      Thank You Emily! She is not Italian………….I wish people would get this right!

  • Bloopie

    English is not my first language so it is a mistake I would easily do but is it common among English speaking people?

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