Four months ago, one of the stars of the “Jersey Shore,” Jenni ‘JWoww’ Farley, revealed that her 2-year-old son, Greyson, has autism.

JWoww said of her son diagnosis in a YouTube video:

“He has co-therapies [every] week but we’re going to step it up a notch soon and get him ABA treatments, speech therapy. …

He’s made leaps and bounds when it comes to speech. He’s understanding words better which was his issue. Not that he couldn’t speak, but he would never know what his shoe is or if you said, ‘Greyson,’ he actually didn’t even know his name at one point until he was a little over two. So now that he’s understanding simple words, he’s come so far.”

And ever since, the hands-on mom has continued documenting Greyson’s progress.

Including his ability to now call out colors:

His ability to count:

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Counting ? @greysonmathews @meilanimathews

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And most recently, the mom of two shared a video of Greyson reciting a full nursery rhyme.

Watch the adorable video of the mother-son duo below:

The video enticed thousands of JWoww’s fans to comment about how well Greyson is progressing and commending the mom in the process as well.

Some of the comments read:

This is a true testament to your hard work and dedication to your baby! I love seeing these precious videos of your son’s growth. Thank you for sharing your journey with us all

Look at him. Amazing to see where you guys are with his speech. Good work momma

Johnny, Johnny? Yes Papa? Eating candy? No, Papa! Telling lies? No, Papa! Open wide! Ah, ah, ah! I know it well. My 4 year old granddaughter is also on the spectrum

His speech is already so improved!! Speech therapy does wonders for the speech delayed. My 5 year just graduated out of her speech therapy in school

I love seeing these videos of your son’s growth. This shows your hard work and dedication to your son.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one percent of the world population has autism spectrum disorder and roughly one child in ever 59 births will be diagnosed with autism in the United States.

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