JWoww’s 19-Month-Old Son Greyson Flaunts His Adorable Bare Bottom on Instagram
Feeling cheeky! Jenni “JWoww” Farley’s 19-month-old son, Greyson, showed off his bare butt in a Christmas-themed Instagram pic posted by dad Roger Mathews on Saturday, Dec. 16. The Jersey Shore star’s husband shared a photo of their little guy standing totally naked in front of the family’s fireplace. “Bubs nuts roasting over an open fire,” he jokingly captioned the snap. “And to all a good night.” Check it out in the video below!
Of course, this isn’t the first time JWoww and Roger’s little guy has made us laugh on social media. Earlier this summer, the couple — who also share daughter Meilani, 3 — uploaded LOL-worthy clips of their son lightly hitting himself in the head with a pot.
“Our son has been taking pot hits to the head since shortly after birth from his sister,” Roger hilariously wrote at the time. “He now self-administers pot hits to his own head and we have seen little to no damage whatsoever. He does occasionally blankly stare off into space while licking the wall but we think he just has a fondness for sheetrock.”
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Public service message for narrow minded anti marijuana opponents. Our son has been taking pot hits to the head since shortly after birth from his sister. He now self administers pot hits to his own head and we have seen little to no damage whatsoever. He does occasionally blankly stare off into space while licking the wall but we think he just has a fondness for sheetrock.
Kidding aside, JWoww has previously said that her greatest joy in life is raising her family with Roger. In fact, the MTV personality — who will be reuniting with Snooki and the gang (minus Sammi Sweetheart) on the upcoming reboot series Jersey Shore Family Vacation — thinks Meilani and Greyson have made her marriage stronger.
“We have much more respect for each other now. Roger is so hands on with both of them it made me fall in love with him all over again,” JWoww told E! News in June 2016. “We also learned to talk through disagreements rather than be stubborn or argue. We don’t want our children to see us fighting. We want them to learn how to talk through things and grow from the experience.”