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10 Pieces of Parenting Advice for Pregnant Snooki

Advice for Snooki

 

An open letter to Snooki

Dear Snooki,

You are about to embark on the craziest, most rewarding, most challenging chapter of your life. No, not another Jersey Shore does Italy series, rather something far more real than reality TV, the role of being a mom.

The days of going to the Jersey Shore, getting totally wasted and partying it up till all hours of the morning will be a thing of the past.  Booze will (hopefully) be replaced by baby bottles, hair bumps with baby bumps and the communal Jersey Shore vacations will be replaced by trips to Disney World.

To help you out on the brand new adventure, here are ten pieces of advice for you Snooki and your little guido or guidette:

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  • 1) Cut down on the drinking. 1 of 10
    1) Cut down on the drinking.
    One thing that Snooki is famous for? Her alcohol intake. But that's what happens when you are filmed and photographed getting wasted for the amusement of millions. But during her pregnancy and beyond, Snooki better stow away the Sauza and Smirnoff. No one likes a drunk mommy.

    Image Source: MTV

  • 2) Do not put one of your favorite Scooby Snacks in your babys bottle. 2 of 10
    2) Do not put one of your favorite Scooby Snacks in your babys bottle.
    And while you cut down on the booze, don't start your baby off on the same alcohol fueled road. Yes, we know we like your Scooby Snacks (Snookie's fav drink that is made of coconut rum, creme de bananes, melon liqueur, pineapple juice and whipped cream) and although it tastes like candy it ain't for babies.

    Image Source: MTV

  • 3) The Snooki bump is not for babies 3 of 10
    3) The Snooki bump is not for babies
    As soon as your baby's hair starts to grow out, do not, and I repeat, do not, try to give her a Snooki bump. It looks weird enough on grown women let alone kids. But maybe, just maybe it will be okay when your baby girl guest stars on Toddler and Tiaras (do I smell a crossover event!?!).

    Image Source: Twitter

  • 4) Wait for the Weight Lifting. 4 of 10
    4) Wait for the Weight Lifting.
    If you are blessed with a boy. Please wait until he is old enough to start his weight lifting training. Yes, we understand that your son must have "guns" and a "six pack," but let's not make him one of those mini muscle men before the age of 10.

    Image Source: Twitter

  • 5) Resist the Temptation to Tan Your Baby 5 of 10
    5) Resist the Temptation to Tan Your Baby
    Be it via the sun, by way of a spray tan or applying bronzer, just let your child have a natural skin tone until they are old enough to decide if they want to be bronzed not unlike a sun-kissed peach or a pack of brown sugar.

    Image Source: Twitter

  • 6) Do not take your child to the Jersey Shore. 6 of 10
    6) Do not take your child to the Jersey Shore.
    Oh the memories. After what has gone down in the Jersey Shore, just avoid it. Take them to Disney World or the Cape instead.

    Image Source: MTV

  • 7) Let Your Baby Be a Baby 7 of 10
    7) Let Your Baby Be a Baby
    Your child should not become the star of its' own spin off reality show. Although it's temping to capitalize on the potential of another cast member to your reality world, try to let your baby be a baby and not a TV star.

    Image Source: Twitter

  • 8) Stuffed Animals 8 of 10
    8) Stuffed Animals
    Crocodilly is mommy's stuffy. Get your child their own stuffy. Yeah, Snookie may love her crocodilly, but her child should have their own stuffie identity…one that isn't soiled with the Jersey Shore dirt.

    Image Souce: Snooki's Shop

  • 9) Do not buy your child this. 9 of 10
    9) Do not buy your child this.
    Really? Do you really want your child wearing a GTL onesie and practicing fist pumps before they are potty trained?

    Image Source: Cafe Press

  • 10) Or this. 10 of 10
    10) Or this.
    This is not a solution for number four.

    Image Source: Jersey Shore Baby

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Plus Check out Pregnancy Advice for Snooki right here!

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