EXCLUSIVE: Terra Jole's Baby Hospitalized in Emotional 'Little Women: Terra's Little Family' Trailer

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Everything isn't exactly picture-perfect for couple Terra Jole and Joe Gnoffo in this exclusive trailer for season two of their hit reality show, Little Women: Terra's Little Family.

Terra and Joe welcomed their first child, daughter Penelope, last March, but unfortunately, their baby girl has health complications as a result of her dwarfism. Terra reveals Penelope has hydrocephalus, which means she has an excessive accumulation of fluid in the brain.

"The most concerning issue is she's damaging her spinal cord, and they're gonna have to carve out a larger hole so that the fluid flows evenly," Terra explains.

WATCH: At Home With 'Little Women: LA' Star Terra Jole and Baby After Difficult Delivery

Obviously, surgery on a baby this young is concerning for the first-time parents.

"It's scary, it's all scary," Joe says.

But health issues aside, season two promises to also be filled with more lighthearted moments, such as Terra and Joe's wedding.

"This last year has been a total whirlwind," Terra reflects. "Joe and I got married, we had a baby."

"Not necessarily in that order," Joe cracks. "We had premarital relations on the bed, on the floor ..."

"Your mom is watching!" Terra hilariously snaps back.

Little Women: Terra's Little Family
season two premieres on March 23 at 10/9c on Lifetime.

WATCH: Terra Jole on Her Risky Pregnancy

Last month, ET talked to Terra about the serious brawl that occurred while filming Little Women: L.A. The bar fight, which took place in January, eventually sent cast member Christy Gibel to the hospital. Gibel says she suffered a brain injury after the scuffle and now police are investigating.

"Honestly, it started as a verbal discussion, and then things escalated to an unfortunate situation," Terra told ET exclusively. "It's definitely difficult [to watch], because I'm not that person. It's been a situation that has changed my life. I can only say so much, because it's still under investigation. There was iced tea that I threw at her, but there were multiple things thrown at me."

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