‘Little People, Big World’ Star Tori Roloff Says Pregnancy Has Been ‘a Lot Harder’ This Time: ‘I’ve Got All the Symptoms’
She’s being really honest. Tori Roloff from Little People, Big World got real with her Instagram followers on May 14 and admitted that her second pregnancy is more difficult than her first. A fan asked her during a Q&A session, “Has this pregnancy been easier or harder so far?” and Tori, 28, responded, “A lot harder. But still easy. If that makes sense. I had no symptoms with J other than egg aversions. I’ve got all the symptoms this time.” Poor Tori!
Tori and her husband, Zach Roloff, confirmed on May 13 that they are expecting their second baby. “We are so excited to announce that Jackson is going to be a big brother!” the couple told Us Weekly. “We can not wait to meet our sweet baby girl!” So not only did they reveal the pregnancy, but they let fans know the sex of the baby too.
Tori also responded to a fan who asked how she’s feeling with this pregnancy. “Weeks 6-9 were rough,” the reality TV star admitted. “But starting to feel better. Waiting for that second-trimester energy boost. Still hasn’t hit me.” You’ve got this, girl!
Zach, 29, and Tori’s baby girl is due in November 2019. Back in April, the duo dished on their plans to have more kids, so this pregnancy clearly wasn’t a total surprise. “We want a family. I would love four or five kids. I want a little pack. Right now, we’re just kind of [like], if it happens, it happens,” Zach told Us Weekly. Tori added, “It’s just on God’s timing. We’re ready for it.” Well, ready or not, here she comes!
The same day she responded to those questions about her pregnancy, Tori also answered a fan who asked whether her daughter will have dwarfism, like her dad. “Odds that it will be a LP [little person]?” one person asked Tori, to which she simply responded, “50/50.” The reality star actually revealed in a different Q&A in October that she and Zach learned that their son, Jackson, would be born with achondroplasia near the end of her pregnancy. “We actually found out when I was 34 weeks pregnant, but my doctor had a little more of a heads up than some parents,” she noted. No matter what, we’re sure these awesome parents are well-prepared to raise whatever kid they have.
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