Cupid's Pulse Article: JWoww Says Her Baby is ‘So Dramatic’ AlreadyCupid's Pulse Article: JWoww Says Her Baby is ‘So Dramatic’ Already

By Sanetra Richards

JWoww could possibly be carrying a little drama princess in the making. The former Jersey Shore star Jenni ‘JWoww’ Farley and her fiancé Roger Mathews are expecting their first child. Farley posted a sonogram picture of their baby girl on Monday, with the title “My Baby Is So Dramatic Already.” In the caption, she said “OMG! How adorable is this new ultrasound picture of my baby with her hand on her head being overdramatic!??? OBSESSED with her!!!” According to an interview, Farley shared her feeling of finding out the baby’s gender, saying she was “super excited and super emotional.” She went along to say, “She will be my best friend and daddy’s little girl.”I can’t wait for everything from her first steps to her first dance class.”

What are some ways to prepare your relationship for a child?

Cupid’s Advice:

You are at that point in your relationship where having a child is or will be the next step. However, it is vital you and your partner know what is tied to a baby. Here are ways to brace your relationship for this life changing event:

1. Acknowledge: You must come to terms with knowing nothing will ever be the same. You must take on the full-time role as a provider and nurturer. Those spontaneous dates or something as simple as having bed space might even disappear for a little while. Also, take into mind that you and your partner are forever joined by the child, not just for 18 years.

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2. Finances: As we know, taking care of baby is far from inexpensive. Limit your nonessential spending habits. You and your partner may find that minimizing certain activities will reduce the headache as you all begin to baby shop.

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3. Mental preparation: There will be some definite changes made in your lifestyle, especially in the first months. Expect to suffer from lack of sleep and idle time — it is all a part of parenthood! Be sure to thoroughly communicate with your partner and maintain affection, this could lead to fewer disputes.

How would you prepare your relationship for a child? Share your thoughts below.