Proud J-Woww Is Celebrating Her Son's Third Birthday: "I Can't Even Picture Life Before You"

Proud J-Woww Is Celebrating Her Son's Third Birthday: "I Can't Even Picture Life Before You"
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'Jersey Shore' star Jenni 'J-Woww- Farley is celebrating her son's third birthday. The proud mommy took to social media to gush about her baby boy.

In a heartwarming Instagram post, Jenni uploaded a photo of newborn Greyson Mathews in the NICU. She accompanied the image with a caption that read: "When you were first born, you needed to stay in the hospital a few extra days... I got to stay with you and spend Mother’s Day by your side. The perfect son from day one, so delicate and sweet. I cant even picture life before you because you and your sister complete me. You slept on my chest until you were a year old because it was the only way I could calm your chronic cough... yet, I needed that more than you needed me because hearing your breath every night calmed me. now I wake up with your arm across my face or your butt on my head."

J-Woww went on to say: " I wouldn’t have it any other way. Today you turn 3. This past year flew by so fast. I had you start early intervention 2 days after your second birthday. You didn’t know your name, you didn’t know how to say mommy... as you turn three, you know countless words, call me mommy 10394 times a day and your smile has grown 10x. To my perfect son, happy birthday... I’ll continue to hold you every night until my last breath."

Farley opened up on the latest season of 'Jersey Shore Family Vacation' that her son was struggling with his development. She revealed that at the age of two, he still wasn't speaking.

The issue of Greyson's development and medical needs also contributed to the reason Jenni and Roger Mathews weren't seeing eye-to-eye.

Since then, Greyson was diagnosed with autism and has been making big improvements with the help of therapy. The 33-year-old also filed for divorce from Roger and has moved on with a 24-year-old athlete.

J-Woww is learning every day how to be a better mom to her children and has even become an advocate for kids with autism.

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