Snooki has bought her 16-month-old son, Lorenzo, a trampoline for Christmas because he loves jumping up and down so much.
Snooki has bought her son a trampoline for Christmas.
The former 'Jersey Shore' star - real name Nicole Polizzi - is getting ready to celebrate the festive season with fiancé Jionni LaValle and their 16-month-old son, Lorenzo, and can't wait to see him bouncing on his new gift.
She told HollywoodLife.com: ''Christmas is spent with my family at home. I just want to be with my family. It might sounds corny but it's the little things that matter to me now.
''I can't wait to see Lorenzo open his presents! We got him got a lot of touch-and-feel books from Santa, and also a baby trampoline because he loves jumping.''
For her husband-to-be, Snooki, 26, is helping him further his sporting ambitions
She added: ''I bought Jionni golf lessons and a lot of accessories for golf. He loves it.''
The reformed party animal is also looking forward to a laid back New Year's Eve, and says she probably won't even stay up to ring in 2014 at midnight on December 31.
She added: ''I'm most likely staying home with Lorenzo and going to sleep by 10. No traditions, just spend the holidays with the our family and enjoy the time together.''
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