Life has changed dramatically for Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi since she became famous as the hard-partying breakout star of MTV's reality show Jersey Shore. The soon-to-be-married mother of two talks to ET's Kevin Frazier about life as a mom and her upcoming wedding.
"It's a little easy now, because she's a newborn, all she does is poop and sleep," says Polizzi of newborn daughter Giovanna
, who was born last month. "Once she starts crawling and starting to be active, I know it's going to be insane."
Polizzi and fiance Jionni LaValle also have a 2-year-old son Lorenzo, and she admits to Frazier that having two little ones in the house has put a damper on the couple's romance.
"As of right now we don't even sleep in the same bed," she says. "I sleep with my daughter and Jionni sleeps with Lorenzo. We never really see each other. I'm still recovering so I want nothing to do with alone time right now."
There will be plenty of time for romance after the couple ties the knot, however. In addition to having their second baby and buying a house this fall, the couple has also planned a lavish, Gatsby-themed wedding.
"The colors are gold and black and the party is just going to be insane," Polizzi tells Frazier. "I mean, you know we can throw parties."
Most of her Jersey Shore castmates have been invited, though Polizzi admits, "We all know me and Mike [Sorrentino] aren't friendly. I still wish him the best, but me and Vinny [Guadagnino] don't really talk either. The rest of the castmates I invited, so hopefully they can come."
One cast member who will surely be in attendance is Polizzi's partner in crime, Jennifer "JWoww" Farley. Polizzi and Farley, both new moms, are gearing up for the fourth and final season of their reality spinoff Snooki and JWoww.
"It's definitely bittersweet," Polizzi says. "We always wanted a show together and the fact that MTV gave us four seasons, I mean we weren't even expecting that. We are definitely grateful and blessed for the opportunities."
The star confesses, however, that she is ready to live a more private life for the sake of her family.
"I think it's time," she says. "We're both moms, we both have kids and we definitely don't want our kids growing up on TV."