How Terra Jolé of 'Little Women: LA' Keeps Her Baby Daughter Magnolia Busy Amid Quarantine
Terra Jolé has shown her fans and followers how she and her daughter spend time together during the quarantine.
Since Terra Jolé gave birth to her daughter, Magnolia August Gnoffo, she has not shied away from showing her off on social media.
The “Little Women: LA” star recently took to Instagram to post a picture of her and Magnolia enjoying a walk on what appeared to be a tarred road.
The news of Magnolia’s arrival came a few days after Terra’s “Little Women: LA” co-star, Christy McGinity, announced the passing of her 2-week-old daughter, Violet Eva.
The photo showed little Magnolia peeking from her baby carriage as her mother snapped the adorable selfie, which has been liked nearly 20,000 times. Through the comment section, Terra’s fans let her know that her daughter’s beauty was deniable.
It would be recalled that Terra and her husband, Joe Gnoffo, welcomed their third baby together, in March. According to People at the time of the delivery the couple showed their joy through a statement that read:
“With all of the fear surrounding us we are blessed to have the best news of our year. Our baby girl came healthy and happy...”
Terra also confirmed that the baby girl, who measured 20 inches and weighed five lbs., 12 oz. was born with achondroplasia.
Although the mother of three noted that Magnolia would also be tested for pseudoachondroplasia, Terra said that it was the least of their concerns at that time.
The US Sun revealed that the news of Magnolia’s arrival came a few days after Terra’s “Little Women: LA” co-star, Christy McGinity, announced the passing of her 2-week-old daughter, Violet Eva.
Even though Christy and Terra were rivals on the reality TV show, an insider disclosed that members of the cast reached out to the former after the loss.
In a joint statement from Christy and her partner, Gonzalo Carazo, expressed their “deepest sorrow” at losing their “baby girl Violet Eva Carazo” who was now playing “with the angels.”
The “Little Women” crew suffered yet another loss when Ashley Ross died after sustaining injuries from a car accident. Her publicist, Liz Dixson, informed CNN that the accident occurred around 11 p.m. on April 26 in Atlanta.
The late 34-year-old died almost a day after while receiving treatment at the Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta.