Snooki & JWoww Teach Their Daughters To Be Badass | Moms with Attitude | MTV
– Hey guys, welcome back. So, it is 2018. – Is it? – Yes. – Thank God.
– And, I feel like this is the year for women and girls. Power.
– We’re getting more recognized.
– Yes. – For girl power now. – And, because we have daughters. – But, we also want to
teach them great values, and be strong independent
women, like ourselves. – And, being like a badass girl. – And, try and be as classy
as possible, like us. – Yeah, okay. – We have some class to us, now.
– Little bit. – Yeah, you’re right. – We are with the girls, and today we’re doing a
fun project with them. Since we’re empowering out little girls, our amazing little girls. We are making them I Am jars. So, we have these clear jars, and have a few popsicle
sticks, different colors. So, we wrote their names on the jars, and you basically just write, what makes them an amazing girl. You’re beautiful! – I am loved. You love Bubby? – No.
– There you go. – Girl! Hey, why don’t you love Bubby? – Because I don’t like him. – [Nicole] What else? I am silly. – Has she or Lorenzo ever said that? – What? – They don’t love the other? – No, not love. They say, “I don’t like her.” – Yeah, well, Mani’s straight up saying, “I don’t like Bubby.” – Oh. – Yay! (container rattling) – There goes. – Empowerment, in general, is all about Loving what you love. So, in my house it’s,
whatever she loves in life, I just want her to enjoy it. I don’t want her to be like, “I can’t play with Bugs,
’cause that’s a boy thing.” Or, “Bubby can’t play with Barbies Oh, pLease! ’cause that’s a girl thing.” Yeah. Growing up, I ate bugs, I played in mud. – Yeah. – I was a tomboy. – My daughter will always know that she is extremely well loved. – Yeah, same. (Meilani screaming) Oh, I’m scared.
– I still love you! (Greyson crying) So, now we are with, Dionne. Everyone remembers her from Warrior Dash, where we kicked butt. – And, this is my friend, Michele. If you guys remember her,
she took us ice skating. And, she also babysits for Giovanna. – And we have a Wonder
Woman inspired cocktail. I feel like, raising
girls, we are Wonder Women. – Yes. – I was Wonder Woman for Halloween. – You were?
– Yes. – You don’t even look like her. – That was horrible. – She’s her own version. – Yes. – [Nicole] So we have yellow sugar. – [Jenni] And you pour the
grenadine in, don’t screw it up. Dionne and Michele have
daughters, older daughters. 11? – [Michele] 11. Both of our daughters. – [Nicole] Did they get their periods yet? – [Dionne and Michele] No! – [Michele] I’m not ready. – I’m so scared for that day. – I cried, I thought I was dying. – But, the hormones. – Oh, she’s nasty lately. – Elle’s not nasty, she’s very sensitive. – Emotional? – Like, emotional. – Yeah. – Like, she’ll have a bad day, and I can’t snap her out of it. – So, she’s getting it soon maybe. – Definitely. – She’s not getting it,
she’s my baby still. – Keep telling yourself that. – How do you know if
you’re raising them right? – I do what I think is right, and hope that she turns
out to not be an (beep). – She won’t. – Do you think that their outlet helps? – Dancing, 100%. – Yeah, Elle is in theater and karate. – And, she lives for it. – Oh, karate, she kills it. – Oh my God, her kick. – [Nicole] She kills it in karate. Oh! (beep) – [Michele] Well, it kinda
looks like Wonder Woman. – Look how pretty that is.
– That one’s pretty. – It looks pretty. – Cheers, ladies. – [Michele] Cheers, to our daughters. – Cheers to being Wonder Women. – Oh, it’s sweet.
– It’s very sweet. – It’s all sugar. – Jesus! Yeah, put a little bit. – Oh, now it looks like
it’s (beep) stained. – [Michele] Look what you did. – You ruined it. – Well, at least it tastes better. – Say we try and be Wonder Women, but then we look like this. It’s like, I always think, okay, what would I change about myself, that I don’t want my daughter
to have, like a quality. I wouldn’t want her to have my shyness, in a way to where I allowed
myself to be bullied in high school. Like, if someone comes up to
her and says some shady (beep), I want her to be like, “That’s not nice.” – Mani scares me, ’cause
she’s just so much like me. I’m fighting a three
year old version of me. Any exciting moment, she
yells, “(beep) kill it!” – Does she? – See, I want my daughter to, kinda want my kids to be comfortable with expressing a curse word. But not to the point where they sound like a trash bag outside the house. – Yeah, respect outside. – Yeah, inside you can be like (beep), and I’m not gonna
– Jugde. hit you for it. – Just don’t do it at family functions. – Well, I know you guys
have almost pre-teens. – Stop, with the terminology. – Well, she’s 11. – Mine uses it too like,
“Mom, I’m a tween.” – [Nicole] She’s a tween. – [Michele] Oh no, Valentina won’t. – Calm down, you’re not a tween. – But you’re like, almost
at the verge of puberty, mood swings, all that
(beep) is scary to me. – There’s no special secret
to success, just work hard. – Whatever you decide to do,
just try and be the best at it. That’s all I can ask for. – Ugh. – As she drinks. – Gigi is gonna want to be a stripper. – No, she’s stressing me out. I agree with everything
you guys are saying, it just stresses me out. She’s three! – I know.
– I can’t deal with this now. – But she’s strong. – I’m making her that way. – Well, on that note, I’m drunk. Thank you for showing,
Dionne, for joining us. – Joining us. What are
you on, Regis and Kelly? – With these amazing Wonder
Woman drinks, I’m drunk Can’t help it. – Mine still looks beautiful. Thank you for joining us. – Regis, Kelly. – Wait, you’re Regis?
– I’m Kelly, you’re Regis. You’re older, anyway. – Subscribe. – Yes, and cheers to girl power. – [Jenni] Yes. (upbeat music)