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Snooki and fiance Jionni LaValle have a baby boy named Lorenzo


By Reality TV World staff, 08/27/2012 

Snooki is officially a mama.

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Jersey Shore star Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi gave birth to her first child with fiance Jionni LaValle, a baby boy named Lorenzo, early Sunday morning.

"The world just got another Guido!!! Lorenzo Dominic LaValle has entered the world weighing 6lbs, 5oz. Nicole, Jionni & Enzo are doing great!" her rep told Us Weekly.

Snooki went into labor late Saturday night and gave birth to Lorenzo just before 3AM Sunday morning, according to People.

"I am SO IN LOVE with my son Lorenzo Dominic ! I had my little man last night, healthy at 6lbs! HE'S MY WORLD!" Snooki tweeted later on Sunday.  "Being a mom is an amazing feeling!!! I love my little man to death! Jionni is such a cute dad."

Snooki confirmed she was expecting and had gotten engaged to Jionni in March after previously falsely denying reports she was pregnant. She admitted shortly afterwards she's looking forward to being a "MILF" and "in total mom mode."

"I'm not going to party hard anymore, even after the baby is born," she told In Touch Weekly. "Being a mom changes you."

The couple had revealed they were expecting a boy and had narrowed the baby's name to two choices --  Lorenzo or Jionni Jr. -- in May.
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"Everyone said I was going to have a boy, and they were right!" the Jersey Shore star told In Touch.


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