Jacqueline Laurita

Jacqueline shares some big news, and reflects on the explosive first episode.

on May 12, 2009

Yahooo! This is my very first blog after our very first show. How exciting! This first one is going to be long. I have to say that this whole experience has been very surreal to me. I have learned so far that I really dislike the way I look and sound on TV. Thank GOD I have a good sense of humor and can laugh while I pick myself apart. As I watch my opener shots with my family, I want to share with you all that I was 4 1/2 months pregnant there and tried to conceal it under that black sleeveless dress while feeling really chubby. I am 8 + months pregnant now. We are so excited!

When I saw the previews for our show I thought, "Wow! How intense! I have GOT to watch this!" I forgot for a moment that I was actually part of it and KNOW how it ends. Well...sort of. You never know what they will do in editing, which can be very scary.

Teresa cracks me up. I agree with Caroline when she said that Teresa doesn't even realize how hysterical she really is. I'm sure she will have all of you laughing as well. I love Teresa because she always tells it like it is. She'll say whatever she is thinking. She doesn't hold back. You'll always know her true opinions and where you stand with her. I love it. I love her. I love how much love she has and how proud she is of her family. Her husband is the "delicious and juicy ASS guy that's got it going on." My husband and I call him "Juicy Joe" now. I loved the Boss and secretary role-play. It looks like Juicy Joe did too. Too funny. Her three beautiful darling little divas are always matching and full of accessories, and she just "LOVES LOVES LOVES" them! How the hell does she keep that figure after three kids? God Bless. Her house is enormous, "bea-U-ti-ful," and built with the best of the best materials. I love how she says she schieves other people's houses and could never live in another person's home, because that is just gross. LOL! Teresa is our shopaholic. Whenever I call her she is either on her way to the mall, at the mall, or on her way home from the mall (or a boutique). At least she is helping out our economy by still power shopping and paying with cash. She is your typical, old school Italian Jersey girl. Is it just me or does anyone else think that if you put a top hat on Teresa's head in her high school picture she would resemble Slash, the guitarist from Guns N' Roses? Maybe just a little? Just saying...