By Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi
The best factor Nicole Polizzi, aka “Snooki,” ever did used to be accidentally. yet her son, Lorenzo, used to be by no means a mistake. while she and her boyfriend, Jionni, discovered she used to be knocked up, they weren’t married or engaged. She was once in basic terms twenty-four and dwelling together with her parents—and she had 0 child adventure. With a reckless, celebration lady television character to accommodate, she had much to benefit and detect in turning into a mother.
In this humorous and frank booklet, Nicole stocks her reviews, every little thing from the 1st sonogram to the nipple-cracking surprise of breastfeeding. In each one bankruptcy, she tells the unvarnished fact approximately being pregnant indicators (“The excessive fee of Gas”), the ridiculousness of her child registry (“Butt Paste and Boogie Wipes”) and the lowdown on postpartum lifestyles (“Shit Happens”). There’s a ton of necessary info, together with an inventory of must-have child items, MILF kind counsel, easy methods to continue “I’m a whale” preggers undesirable physique photo in cost, and the way she bought into the easiest form of her lifestyles inside of six months of giving delivery. even supposing Nicole needed to hand over partying, she’s embracing motherhood the single manner she understands how: with a fun-loving attitude—and plenty of leopard print!
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So I went, and we did a few tunes. Stoney hired me right on the spot. Wilma Lee had gone somewhere to visit her mother. ” And it startled me. I’d already been making that kind of money. He said later that I could have said $75 or $100 and he would’ve paid me. Well, I didn’t want to leave Esco and those guys in a bind, so I went back and I told them I’d have to leave in two weeks or so. I worked my notice with those boys in Kentucky, and I had to work a dance my last night. Somebody hired me and paid me a few dollars.
When it finally got stopped, I couldn’t get the door open. Everybody but me and Randy and Louise and Earl was laying down in their bunks. So I finally got out, and there was that car tore all to pieces, and this guy was begging me to help his wife and his kid. But I knew I’d better get on up there and stop the rest of that traffic that’d come right in on him. I was out there in a T-shirt—had my shirt off waving the traffic down. They thought I was drunk, you know. ” If I could have got hold of her, I’d have killed her.
It’s gone. Do the same routine like that, gone to the cleaners and be back tomorrow. So finally one of the guys would have a sheet over his head, and Jake sees this and he starts to run, and I’m coming in about that time. ” You know, it scared him so. . Little ol’ routines like that. Nowadays you go out there and do things like that, they’d probably think you’re crazy, but you could get away with the slapstick back then. People still like humor; the Three Stooges is back on TV in Nashville, you know.