Snooki and JWoww hopes their unborn daughters will grow up being best friends as they plan to raise them together.
Snooki and JWoww hope their daughters will be best friends.
The former 'Jersey Shore' stars are both expecting baby girls with their fiancés this year and plan to raise them together.
Snooki - real name Nicole Polizzi - told PEOPLE.com: ''Me and Jenni see each other almost every single day. I just feel like our kids are bound to be best friends and hang out all the time. They're going to grow up and be like cousins. They'll like each other, I hope.''
The 26-year-old, who also has 21-month-old son Lorenzo with Jionni LaValle, is nervous about welcoming her daughter into the world in September and is glad she will have JWoww - real name Jenni Farley, for support.
She said: ''Girls are trouble and I know what I was doing when I was a teenager. It scares the s**t out of me. But at least me and Jenni are both going through it together.''
JWoww, who is set to give birth to her first child with Roger Matthews in July, admits she isn't fully prepared to become a mother yet.
She said: ''I want her out, but I don't know what happens when she's out. I can't just shove her back in and say, 'Stay in there.' Her room's not ready. But she's not even going to be in her room for like the first six months. I'm just being selfish and I just want it to be pretty.''
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