JWoww's Pregnancy Scare: "I Can't Even Begin to Try and Stop the Tears"

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Back in December, Jennifer "JWoww" Farley announced that she and fiance Roger Mathews were expecting. "We are so excited to share this new chapter of our lives with you as we become parents and create more memories with a new addition to our family!" she wrote on her blog. "Thank you for all your love and support and for being there for us throughout the years! We are extremely happy and cannot wait for our bundle of joy to arrive!"

Then, in news that shocked no one, the reality star said that she was pregnant with a "dramatic" baby. "OMG! How adorable is this new ultrasound picture of my baby with her hand on her head being overdramatic! OBSESSED with her," she blogged.

What did shock us, however, was her most recent blog post. "Jenni we came across a small issue on your last ultra sound picture and I would like to send you to a specialist," her doctor told her during a phone call. Turns out, her baby had a small cyst on her brain, a very rare occurrence, called a choroid plexus cyst.

She describes the moment when she heard the news. "At this point I honestly can't tell u what he's saying because I go numb and tears are just flowing. I can't even begin to try and stop the tears," and she says that she called her fiance in hysterics.

Fortunately, the cyst went away and while JWoww admits that "pregnancy and me don't mix," it sounds like she's already in full-on mommy mode and it's kind of cute watching her make the transition. We're so happy to hear that everything is OK and we look forward to meeting mommy's little drama queen.
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