JWoww Shares Sonogram, Updates Fans on Painful Ninth Month of Pregnancy: Picture

Celebrity Moms Jun. 24, 2014 AT 6:00PM
Jennifer Farley Ultrasound JWoww shared a sonogram of her baby girl at nine months pregnant on June 24. Credit: Courtesy of Jennifer Farley; Chance Yeh/FilmMagic

The world’s about to have another tiny meatball! Now in her ninth month of pregnancy, Jersey Shore alum JWoww is nearly at the finish line. The reality star, 28, is expecting a baby girl, and took to her website on Tuesday, June 24 to update fans on her progress. 

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“My 8.5/9th month has been a bit crazy!” Jenni Farley wrote. “She finally popped and I feel like I’m walking around like a sumo wrestler lol!” 

She shared two sonograms of the tiny bun in her oven. 

“She’s measuring like a chubby monkey and has big feet like her parents,” JWoww said of her baby girl. 

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Unfortunately, JWoww’s pregnancy has not been a smooth one. She’s currently suffering from sciatica—a condition that causes pain to radiate down the spine, through the hips and butt. 

“Even though my doctor said it is okay to take Tylenol, I like to avoid it all costs,” JWoww explained. “So instead I tried an ice pack with a cloth side and guess what?… I’m the only person in June who got severe frostbite.”

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The frostbite was so intense that it ripped skin off Farley’s back, and she shared the graphic evidence with a photo on her site.

JWoww, whose best pal Snooki is also pregnant right now (with her second baby), has expressed her discomfort over her first pregnancy before, noting to Us Weekly in April, “I’m not a fan of pregnancy right now with my thighs touching and my boobs changing, but I know it will be worth it, and hopefully I get back to that really quickly.”

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