See 'Little Women: LA' Star Terra Jolé's Daughter Magnolia Give Her Brother Grayson a Kiss
Terra Jolé's newborn daughter and her big brother are already best buds. The reality star shared the sweetest photo of the pair showing affection.
On Saturday, Terra Jolé experienced one of the joys of being a mom to multiple children when her two youngest shared an adorable kiss. Jolé also treated her fans to the experience.
Jolé and her husband Joe Gnoffo are parents to five-year-old Penny, three-year-old Grayson, and five-month-old Magnolia August. Her new post is found below.
BROTHER AND SISTER CUDDLE
In the shot, Magnolia and Grayson lay down on some blankets. Both were smiling as little Magnolia kissed her brother just above his mouth. She had one tiny hand on his face.
"My [heart emoji] is full," wrote Jolé in the caption. The post received nearly 15k likes from fans. Many of them have been following Jolé's story for a while now.
The family's most recent addition arrived on March 27. Little Magnolia was born weighing 5 lbs, 12 oz, and measuring 20 inches long. Like her parents, the young girl has achondroplasia.
She was also tested for pseudoachondroplasia as a little person. Amid giving birth, Jolé comforted her "Little Women: LA" costar, Christy McGinity, who lost her daughter in early March.
Jolé and Gnoffo made the announcement they were pregnant a few months into the process in November 2019. "Once again, our little family is getting bigger," Jolé told People.
She was 20 weeks along at the time and noted that the last bundle of joy had not been planned. Nonetheless, they were both thrilled with their coming girl.
PARENTING IN QUARANTINE
Magnolia arrived at the advent of the coronavirus pandemic when a series of lockdowns quarantines were imposed. Earlier this month, Jolé talked about being in quarantine with her young ones.
She included a heartwarming photo of her daughter Penelope riding in a large, gray stroller with an umbrella covering. In the caption, she explained that the tot had just enjoyed a long nap with her sister.
Jolé wrote: "I haven't mastered taking all 3 kids in the wagon yet, but all we have is time. Time Discovering flowers, watching lizards, and just enjoying each other's company."
In addition to being a new mom, Jolé is working as an at-home teacher to her two older kids. So far, she seems to be juggling life well despite the many curveballs.
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