Jenni “JWoww” Farley is sharing her son’s progress with followers.
The “Jersey Shore” star took to Instagram on Saturday to share a video of her 2-year-old son, Greyson, repeating totally different colors she had named to him, like “crimson,” “yellow” and “blue.” Farley utterly melted over the candy clip, which she captioned, “The best way he says ‘Yellow’ makes my coronary heart explode.”
The video comes simply days after Farley’s rep confirmed to ET that the fact star’s son has been recognized with autism. Farley, who shares Greyson and 4-year-old daughter Meilani with estranged husband Roger Mathews, first shared the information in an interview with Hollywood Life.
“He has co-therapies [every] week however we’re going to step it up a notch quickly and get him ABA [applied behaviour analysis] therapies, speech remedy,” Farley informed the outlet of her youngest little one. “He’s made leaps and bounds relating to speech.”
“He’s understanding phrases higher which was his difficulty,” she continued. “Not that he couldn’t communicate, however he would by no means know what his shoe is or when you mentioned, ‘Greyson,’ he really didn’t even know his title at one level till he was a bit of over two. So now that he’s understanding easy phrases, he’s come thus far.”
On Wednesday, Farley shared a photograph of Greyson working together with his ABA specialist and revealed that she was upset about how the information of her son’s analysis broke. “His story is to [sic] treasured,” she mentioned.
The mom of two opened up about Greyson’s speech delay on the season two premiere of “Jersey Shore: Household Trip” in August, revealing that he wasn’t talking but, however was going to remedy 3 times every week.
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