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Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and Jenni "JWoww" Farley sat down with Parents.com for some unfiltered mom talk—but don't let the babes on their hips fool you: these girls are still as unpredictable (and hilarious!) as ever.
By: Dana Baardsen
A lot has happened over the last few years for reality television stars Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and Jenni "JWoww" Farley. The wild days of theJersey Shore are long gone and the two BFFs have replaced hookups with hubbies and skimpy bikinis with babies—but it's only natural that the duo continue their unpredictable ride together on camera. That's why we can't wait to watch their mommy moments unfold every Friday on Snooki & JWoww: Moms With Attitude, starting this week! Snooki and husband Jionni LaValle love that there aren’t any dull moments (were there ever?!) with 3-year-old son Lorenzo and 1-year-old daughter Giovanna. Meanwhile, JWoww and her hubba Roger Mathews have their hands full with 16-month-old Meilani—and the newlyweds are expecting a baby boy in May.
The girls sat down with Parents.com to get real about mommyhood and play a fun game of "hot or not?" Join the fun...
Parents.com: What does being a mom mean to each of you? What's it like?
Snooki: Being a mom is the best thing that happened to me—it changed my life. It's literally the best thing and the most rewarding job ever. I love my kids. I love being a mom.
JWoww: Hard as f***. But it's harder to picture what my life was like before because it just feels so natural and so right. Like, going back? I would never want the life I had before. I enjoyed it, but being a parent is so rewarding every single day.
Parents.com: Do you have tips for new moms who are trying to decide on a baby name?
Snooki: Jenni is having a problem right now because she's having a boy and she can't figure out a boy's name. If she knows somebody with that name or hooked up with somebody with that name, she hates it. So good luck with that! (Looks at JWoww) Just put Roger and Jenni together.
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'Never Back Down From a Fight'
Reported by: Dana Elise Baardsen
January 29, 2013
Doylestown-Buckingham-New Britain, PA Patch
LAMBERTVILLE, NJ - The volunteer search team pursues efforts to find Sarah Majoras, 39-year-old local woman who was reported missing Saturday afternoon, Jan. 26.
The search team is organized today at the Rago Auction Center in Lambertville, by Joe Ujj, a longtime friend of Majoras.
He willingly puts his busy life on hold to organize and lead the search mission, which included the development of a Facebook awareness page which already has upwards of 10,000 likes.
Ujj's wife, Katie is expecting their second child in April. She is responsible for, "setting up all of the grids and dealing with the maps," according to Ujj.
Ujj shares, "Everybody knows this is a really close knit community. Sarah is the type of person who goes out of her way for anybody. She's a strong intelligent woman and she would never back down from a fight.
She's strong-willed, and a master at New York Times crossword puzzles. She loves her friends and she has at least 400 to 500 people around her who love her.
This is not just a random bartender. This is a person of the community. A person who would do the same thing if anybody she knew was missing."
The volunteer staff is coordinating with local authorities who also lead search missions in hopes of finding Majoras.
Anthony P. Kearns, chief prosecutor of the Hunderton County Prosecutor's Office, said Tuesday brought no substantial updates. His office will continue to treat this as an active missing persons case.
"We are continuing to work with New Jersey State Police Marine Division. We expect to have a boat and canal search today, utilizing various technologies. We continue our search on land. We've been looking at videotapes from the area to see if we can create any type of timeline."
Helping the local authorities with compiling the tapes are her coworkers at the New Hope club, John & Peter's. It was the last place Majoras had been with company before she went missing.
One of her coworkers shared, "J&P will stay busy...and that's what will get all of us through this difficult time."
When Majoras left John and Peter's, she took a familiar route home, crossing over the toll-free bridge between Lambertville and New Hope.
Joe Donnelly, bridge commission spokesman, confirmed, "This bridge is the most heavily and traveled-by-bridge walkway of any bridge across the Delaware River."
Over the summer, easily 15,000 people can cross it in one day, Donnelly said.
Kearns confirms that Majoras was last seen after having crossed the bridge back into Lambertville, wearing a camo-style coat with blue jeans, brown boots, a scarf and a white-knit winter hat pulled over her ears.
Any information should be directed to Lambertville Police at 609-396-3132.
Magic 8 Balls, Cootie Catchers and Other Dumb Ways We Predict Love
Love is a pretty big mystery of life but not nearly as big as why we thought any of these things would help us find our prince charming
By: Dana Elise Baardsen
February 12, 2013
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Oragami Fortune Teller
This little guy led so many of us astray.
Magic 8 Balls
You know how it works: Shake until you get the answer you want.
Palm Readings/Tarot Cards/Madame X
“You will meet a kind of tall, darkish almost-stranger in the next one to twelve months. He may or may not be the one!”
Good idea! Let the dead guy tell you who you should marry.
You see stars, others see the name of their future lover. Not everyone is a Gallileo.
“He loves me, he loves me not”
How many daisies died because of you?
Hey, how's your hubby Michael doing?
Soda Can Tabs
Remember this? You got one twist for every letter in the alphabet. The letter you landed on was what your future love's name would start with.
Similar concept to the can tabs. You shout out a letter of the alphabet with every jump of the rope. You always knew when somebody tripped up on purpose!
There were several ways to do this -- you could either crunch one in front of a mirror and a vision of your lover will appear in the reflection (um, creepy) or you could try to peel the thing in one long strip and see what letter it forms on the table.