The wait is over for the first photo of Jenni "JWoww" Farley and Roger Mathews' baby girl Meilani Alexandra! JWoww appears on the cover of In Touch Weekly with Meilani, and the couple also dished several details about how they're handling parenthood so far with the magazine exclusively. Moms, prepare to be GREEN with envy when you hear the revelation JWoww shared about her fiancé.
Not to mention that "aww"s galore will be heard upon getting the first glimpse of little Meilani, whose name JWoww explained means "heavenly flower" in Hawaiian. Gorgeous!
Check out the sweet pic of mama and baby on the In Touch cover ...
Too sweet! And check out JWoww's Instagram for even more adorable shots.
JWoww shared with the mag:
We don’t have any help, so we’re learning as we go. It’s weird because now that I have her, I don’t think I’ve ever slept less in my life. But I’ve never been more content. Having her really changed my life in the best possible way.
Love it. And get this! Roger confessed about being a new dad:
I do diapers and get up with Jenni as much as I can at night. I think it’s only fair. My family is my priority.
Swoon. What new mom wouldn't want to hear those words out of her partner's mouth? After all, deciding how to split the workload of caring for a newborn isn't always a piece of cake. Quite often, moms feel guilty that they're the ones on maternity leave (even if dad had a paternity leave, mom's leave is usually longer anyway), so they should have to do the lion's share of the caretaking. How could she expect him to wake up throughout the night for the baby if he has to go to work the next day?
More from The Stir: JWoww Gives Birth to a Baby Girl & Gives Her an Exotic Name
But even if they're not off of work, dads can still get up and help, and obviously, there are many who want to! Good for Roger for putting his family first, for being such a solid source of support for his wife (whose pregnancy was certainly no picnic!). Seriously, who knew an MTV reality star would be such a doting dad? One who plenty of other fathers could stand to emulate!
How did your partner help out in those newborn days?
Image via Smith/Mejia/Splash News
Do it yourself
Concierge service through your credit card