We loved watching Jenni "JWOWW" Farley and company party it up for years on Jersey Shore — and now the mother-of-two is exclusively telling In Touch what she thinks of her little ones entering reality TV world.

While she says she would love for her cast mates to take their significant others if they were to do some sort of reunion, she has made one thing clear — she does NOT want her daughter, Meilani, and son, Greyson, taking part in a show like that.

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"The Jersey Shore was perfect for me at the time. It brought me to some of my closest friends, husband [Roger Mathews], and my children. But I wouldn’t want them to take part in a Jersey Shore spin-off," she explains while promoting her new Awestruck series called Jenni & Roger: Domesticated, which airs on Mondays at 3 p.m.

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She also adds that Roger has been hesitant in the past about their children being in the public eye.

"Roger was skeptical at first, but he absolutely loves the show that Nicole [Polizzi, also known as "Snooki"] and I already have on Awestruck, and eventually, he came around to it. These are memories we get to look back on during some of the most precious times of our lives. I’m so glad we decided to do it," JWOWW reveals.

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However, that doesn't mean she isn't down to take Roger back to the shore!

"I have always been open to a [Jersey Shore] reunion. I think it would be fun to have all of our significant others involved so our fans can see the dynamics between all of us and how far we’ve come," the reality star says, adding "time will tell" if the rumored reunion will actually take place.

When asked what fans can expect from her newest Awestruck series, Jenni describes it as "a real look into our lives with our children."

"We’re showing viewers an honest look into our daily routine — the good, the bad and the ugly. Raising two children under the age of three can be hectic, but we wouldn’t have it any other way. We want our viewers to know that no family is perfect and that we go through the same parenting highs and lows they do. Each episode follows a different part of our day, whether it’s getting the kids out of the house, crafting with dad, or family meal time."