JWoww is thinking about adopting a child after giving birth to her first baby earlier this month because she hated being pregnant.
JWoww is thinking about adopting a child.
The former 'Jersey Shore' star, real name Jenni Farley, only gave birth to her first baby, Meilani, on July 13 but she and fiancé Roger Matthews are already considering adoption in the future, as she hated being pregnant and ''blacked out'' during labour.
The 28-year-old beauty told Life & Style magazine: ''We've considered adoption. Even before Meilani arrived, we've always said that we'd have two.''
The MTV star recently confessed her labour was ''way more painful'' than she expected, and Roger was equally traumatised by the experience.
She said: ''He said I looked like 'The Exorcist.' ''
Asked about her pregnancy during her third trimester, JWoww said: ''It's the worst thing ever. It's terrible. The whole thing is disgusting.''
She also revealed the couple were terrified of having a daughter, as JWoww was very wild growing up.
She said: ''I'm petrified! It's funny because Roger will lay his head on my stomach and she will just drop kick him right in the ear. It's cute. He gets to feel it. Once we found out we were having a girl, he lost half his hair and he aged 20 years.''
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