She’s almost in the home stretch! Tori Roloff is now 26 weeks along with baby No. 2, and the Little People, Big World star has been very open and honest with her fans and she’s taken them along with her on her pregnancy journey. Now that she’s so close to her third trimester, the reality star took to her Instagram Story on Saturday, August 31, to share some updates about her pregnancy with her followers during a Q&A session.
One fan asked Tori, 28, how she’s feeling now that’s she’s more than halfway through her second pregnancy. “It’s been better these days. Baby girl is sitting really low so she’s making my hips and hip flexors ache pretty bad,” the brunette beauty replied.
Another asked how Tori’s second pregnancy compares to her first with son Jackson. “Complete opposite,” Tori wrote. “Jackson was a breeze compared to this pregnancy. I could have had it way worse.”
But one common symptom that Tori didn’t really experience too much this time around was food cravings. In fact, she had the opposite. “I actually haven’t really had any [cravings] this pregnancy. I had stronger aversions in my first trimester but since then my appetite has been pretty normal,” Tori wrote.
That wasn’t always the case though. Shortly after announcing her pregnancy back in May, Tori opened up to fans about her pregnancy struggles. “A lot harder. But still easy. If that makes sense,” she said when asked how she’d been feeling. “I had no symptoms with J other than egg aversions. I’ve got all the symptoms this time.”
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She explained that she struggled with symptoms earlier on in her pregnancy. “Weeks 6-9 were rough,” she admitted. “But starting to feel better. Waiting for that second-trimester energy boost. Still hasn’t hit me.”
Since then, Tori has taken to social media to complain about migraines and she even asked fans for advice to deal with pubic symphysis pain. It’s good to know that the soon-to-be mama of two is feeling a lot better recently.
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