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JWoww & Roger Mathews Share Videos of Their Son’s Progress After Autism Diagnosis

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Dec. 3 2018, Published 1:41 p.m. ET

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In November, Jenni "JWoww" Farley shared that her 2-year-old son, Greyson, was recently diagnosed with autism. This weekend, both she and her ex-husband, Roger Mathews shared some adorable videos of their son repeating the names of colors. Scroll through to get the latest on his progress.

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In a video JWoww uploaded to Instagram on Saturday, Dec. 1, Greyson repeats the words “red,” “yellow,” and “blue” when his mother prompts him. "The way he says yellow, makes my heart explode," she gushed.

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The 2-year-old lists the colors as he places his “Jack-Jack” doll from the film The Incredibles on the counter. Greyson must be a fan of the Pixar film: he even wore matching red Incredibles pajamas.

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On Sunday, Dec. 2, Roger posted a similar video of his son's latest accomplishments. Greyson named the colors of plastic balls before he hit them with a hammer to push them a toy.

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“The sky is the limit for this kid,” he captioned the Instagram post. He and Jenni also share their 4-year-old daughter, Meilani Alexandra.

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Little Greyson’s achievement are particularly exciting because it wasn't too long ago that Jenni shared her son's autism diagnosis in an interview with Hollywood Life.

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The news came after Jenni revealed on Jersey Shore Family Vacation that her son could still not speak, for the most part, after turning two.

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