JWoww Reveals Frustration That Estranged Husband Didn't Take Son's Speech Delay Seriously

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Oct. 12 2018, Published 10:53 p.m. ET

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Jenni "JWoww" Farley appeared on the Today show on Thursday, October 11 and opened up about her two-year-old son, Greyson's delayed speech development. She talked about the ups and downs of family life amid her recent divorce from estranged husband, Roger Matthews. Keep reading to hear how she's handling being a parent.

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Greyson has not started speaking yet and the 32-year-old said that she "felt very alone" when she realized his speech was delayed. She sought out treatment for her baby boy but Roger refused to acknowledge that he had development issues.

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"When Greyson wasn't hitting his marks in the world of doctors Roger, couldn't, not that he couldn't care less, but he was like 'He's perfect. He's going to be fine. This is no big deal,'" the reality star explained.

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JWoww continued, "In that aspect I felt very alone because I was the only parent, I thought, like 'Am I bad wanting to get him help because Roger's not concerned, so should I not be concerned?'"

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The New Yorker stated her feeling about her son and how parenthood shaped her. "My son to me is perfect, he just can't speak. I always say Greyson opened my eyes to a different world, a more precious world, and Meilani, they both shaped me."

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JWoww and Roger split after three years of marriage late last month. The couple have a four-year-old daughter, Meilanialong with Greyson. 

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