“Little Women: LA” star Terra Jolé reflected on the magic of rain as she shared a special mother-daughter moment at home in a heartfelt Instagram post.
40-year-old reality television personality Terra Jolé is the doting mother of three children shared with her husband of five years, fellow reality television star and actor, Joe Gnoffo.
On March 11, 2021, Jolé took to social media to share a magical moment she had with her middle child, 5-year-old daughter Penelope Charlevoix Gnoffo, when the two enjoyed a rain shower.
Terra Jolé's 5-year-old daughter Penelope "Penny" Gnoffo as pictured on her mother's Instagram account in March 2021. | Image: terrajole
Jolé chose to do this by posting a four-image slideshow on her Instagram feed, documenting the fun that “Penny,” as she affectionately calls her daughter, had as she played under the rain in their home’s terrace.
The pictures capture Penny wearing an adorable grey dress with a black and white floral pattern as she stood barefoot on a wooden deck. She wore a warm hat and looked happy and excited about the rain.
In subsequent snapshots, Penny can be seen with her hands extended, sometimes with the palm up, to feel the droplets fall from the sky, with a childish sense of wonder about this natural phenomenon. As Jolé wrote in the caption:
“Rain makes her happy. Playing in the rain makes her ecstatic! Found out Rain ended up making us both happy.”
Also, in the caption, Jolé shared that she and her daughter learned about hail that day and that her daughter’s positive attitude has helped the mother-of-three go through “a challenging week.”
NEWEST ADDITION TO THE HOUSEHOLD
It’s already been a year since Jolé and her husband Joe welcomed the newest addition to the household, announcing the birth of their third child, daughter Magnolia August, born on March 11, 2020.
“We are overjoyed by our new addition and now more protective than ever to ensure our health and safety of our little family. We wish wellness and safety to every growing family out there. They are our future,” the couple shared.
In the same statement, shared with People magazine, Jolé confirmed that her youngest daughter, like herself, was born with achondroplasia, even though she made clear that it wasn’t something she wasn't worried about.
As Jolé told People magazine, she and her family fully embrace dwarfism as a fundamental part of their identity, despite the challenges they might encounter on the way.
Jolé’s only son, 4-year-old Grayson Vincent D’Artagnan Gnoffo, was born with another type of dwarfism, called pseudoachondroplasia, the same condition Jolé’s husband Joe was born with.
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