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April 12, 2012  | by: Terralynn Fortune

“Baby guidos can rock anything,” says Snooki’s spokesperson Stacey Wechsler.

Snooki has gone from Jersey Shore reality star to pregnant meatball to making slippers for infants. Back in 2011, Snooki expanded her brand by starting a shoe line, including an adult collection with 12 designs, and with 4-6 new designs for this fall.

Now with a meatball in the oven, Snooki decided to go a step further by making slippers for kids and infants. A month after Snooki stated she was expecting with fiancé Jionni LaValle, Kentucky-based Happy Feet – the company behind Snooki Slippers – announced that the slipper collection would start to include slippers for little ones.

A look at Snooki's slippers that are now available.

We all know Snooki is an expert at sporting animal prints, bold colors and maybe a little glitter, so I’m sure you can imagine what these baby slippers are going to look like. If not, here are slippers that are already being sold in stores.

Around this fall, baby slippers will be available for the masses for around $15 on her website snookislippers.com. Apparently the slippers will be available around the time for Snooki’s due date – talk about great planning. Though Snooki has extended her slipper brand to infants, she has no desire to extend her other brands, including her sunglasses, perfume, indoor tanning lotions and handbags.

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