Snooki receives a sweet treat while signing copies of her book, “Gorilla Beach,” at Costco.
By Carlye Wisel
With Snooks inching closer and closer to her delivery date, it’s time she prepares an overnight bag for the hospital, but what exactly does a meatball bring to give birth? From comfort food to guidette-approved undergarments, here are six items our expecting “Jersey” girl will need when Lorenzo comes cartwheeling out:
Changing dirty diapers is far from a night of partying at Bamboo, but just because she’s now settling down with Jionni doesn’t mean Nicole’s gotta turn into a saggy old lady. Girl needs to take advantage of the extra mom cleave and push her (other) babies up with a leopard print boulder holder.
What, you think little Lorenzo’s gonna go home wrapped in a baby blue blanket? This meatball onesie couldn’t be more perfect…that is, unless it came with a side of spaghetti.
Nicole’s been sharing all of her meals with a growing gorilla for the past nine months, but once the kid is born, she can finally have some pickles all to herself. We’re betting the hospital will have slim cafeteria selections, which is why this recipe for homemade fried pickles is a must-have. Kitchen’s calling, Jionni!
The famously bronzed mom-to-be hasn’t visited a tanning bed in over a year, but she’s managed to maintain that guidette glow through it all with the help of her own product line. She’ll definitely need its assistance for those post-labor Twitpics!
Workout Tunes (Hey, there really is no better way to burn calories than giving birth…)
Pauly D recently told Us Weekly that he’ll be right by Snooki’s side when she’s in labor (think he can fit that blowout into a protective surgical cap?), and having already promised to teach Snionni’s offspring how to DJ, he might as well begin early with a pre-loaded playlist. Ever heard of an infant fist-pumping its way out of the womb?
Destined to become part of the literary canon.
A Bedtime Story
It’s never too soon to teach a baby gorilla about his heritage!
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