JWoww Talks New Baby, Marriage and Life as a Mother of Two

The former Jersey Shore star has a come a long way since her MTV days.

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Jenni Farley—or JWoww, as she was known during her run on MTV's Jersey Shore—is no longer the hard-partying girl we saw on TV. Now a wife and mother of two, the reality star has grown leaps and bounds...and she's opening up about her new life.

Jenni gave birth to her second child, Greylin Valor Mathews, a few weeks ago and opened up to E! News about how much her life has changed since. According to Jenni, the difference between being a mother of one and a mother of two comes down to the details of day-to-day life.

"I tend to forget I can't just jump in the car with [firstborn] Meilani and head to the beach," she said. "Since having Greyson, every day has to be planned the night before. [My husband] Roger and I always want to make sure Meilani isn't feeling left out or missing out on anything fun because her brother needs to stay home. It is getting easier, and Roger and I are figuring this out together."

Jenni confessed that she wondered how Meilani would handle life with her younger sibling, but she's happy to report that she's adjusting beautifully. "[Meilani] is absolutely amazing," she revealed. "I was scared she would hate him or get super jealous, [but she] gives Greyson kisses and hugs and even feeds him." 

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It turns out welcoming a second child did wonderful things for Jenni's marriage as well. "We have much more respect for each other now," she said. "Roger is so hands on with both of them it made me fall in love with him all over again. We also learned to talk through disagreements rather than be stubborn or argue. We don't want our children to see us fighting. We want them to learn how to talk through things and grow from the experience."

So does this mean that Jenni and Roger plan on having more children? Possibly.

 "Roger and I have spoken about adopting in the future, but no more pregnancies—I want to get my body back and keep it," she said.