Whether you’re a celebrity or not, going out to eat with little kids is a challenge, one New Jersey reality TV stars Jenni “JWoww” Farley and Roger Mathews don’t take lightly. Roger posted recently about how they have their hands full now that they’re parents of two: daughter Meilani, who will turn 2 in July, and baby Greyson, who was born May 5. Roger jokingly referred to Jenni’s breast implants, which she’s been open about getting, as Greyson’s $10,000 pillow.
In a post on Jenni’s website, Roger explained why they’re grateful to get through a restaurant meal without having to leave early or cause a ruckus, as they did recently. “Anybody who has young kids know going basically anywhere with them is no small task. So going somewhere normal for anyone else like say, a restaurant, and having no one melt down and getting worrying looks from everyone in the general vicinity is a major, medal-worthy accomplishment,” he wrote. Kudos to them for managing this parenting feat!
Roger is a very hands-on dad, doing everything from setting up lights on Meilani’s and Jenni’s bikes, taking care of a turtle they found, to having deep conversations with his daughter (or as deep as a one-year-old can get), and clearly loves everything about fatherhood, even the chaotic parts.
While Momma Bear was putting the Cubs to sleep I went out to the garage and put Meilanis new bike together and hooked up some cool ass lights to Moms and Meilanis bike. Sorry Greyson the inside of your tow behind is pink but Meilani still rides in there, we'll change them out later. Can't wait to teach her how to ride it. Thank you to @lightmeupsafetylights . I know this is gonna make my little girl light up when she sees it !
On nice days we often sit in the backyard and blow bubbles together. She tells me her problems (mostly about why the Minions haven't invited her over yet and why do we overreact when she poops in the tub) and I tell her mine (mostly about why the liberals are ruining this country and why mass media creates false narratives) . At the end of our conversations I always think her points are more valid than mine.