Little Women: LA star Jasmine Arteaga Sorge

Almost everyone was pregnant during the last season of Little Women: LA, so of course I expected some new reality show babies to be born soon. But for the most part these ladies stay out of the spotlight in between seasons, so it’s not shocking that Jasmine Arteaga Sorge gave birth to her second child back in December 1 and only just announced it.

I like that though, they get the perks of being reality TV cast members and the luxury of keeping some things private like “normal” people who aren’t on television. Plus, from what I’ve seen on the show, pregnancy can take a toll on a little person and her child, so it makes perfect sense to step away from the limelight when a newborn comes into the picture. But now Jasmine is opening up about the new addition to her family.


Jasmine and her husband Chris Sorge shared a statement with People about their birth of their second child Benjamin Michael.

Jasmine said, “My little man instantly took my breath away” and she described meeting her second child as “love at first sight.” One big question on the mind of the fans is if Benjamin is a little person like his mom or average size like his dad and older brother Mason. Jasmine did not address this in her statement, but the People article did share that Jason weighed eight pounds when he was born and measured twenty one inches.

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Maybe Jasmine doesn’t know Mason’s status in regard to whether he is a little person or not, or maybe she is waiting to address this during the next season. Either way, it seems like the baby is healthy and the family is happy.

Jasmine also mentioned, “Benjamin is the perfect addition to our family and Mason is the perfect big brother,” and that she “can’t wait to watch these two grow up together and be best friends.” Aaawww.

To see more about Jasmine and her new addition to the family, tune in to the new season of Little Women: LA, which kicks off Tuesday, February 28th.


[Photo Credit: Lifetime]

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