Check out her pearly white(s)! Little People, Big World star Tori Roloff revealed her 9-month-old daughter, Lilah Ray, recently got her first chomper after sharing the tot has been struggling to eat solid foods.
“Lilah Ray has her first tooth!” the 29-year-old wrote with a tooth emoji, updating her fans on her daughter’s milestones via Instagram on Wednesday, August 19. It looks like her new grinder has been helping her out after the mom shared Lilah’s made a lot of progress eating tougher foods.
“She is eating everything in sight!” Tori added with avocado, egg and strawberry emojiS**. “Everything goes in girlsies mouth these days.” Additionally, the mother of two said her little girl is “scooting and rolling everywhere” and she “discovered the pool and LOVES the water.”
On August 11, Tori — who shares Lilah and Jackson, 3, with husband Zach Roloff — told fans her baby girl is learning how to eat big girl foods on her Instagram Story. Revealing the parents feed her “anything cut up small,” but specifically “lots of cheese, chicken, broccoli, yogurt melts, puffs [and] cereal,” Tori admitted teaching Lilah to eat can be tough at times.
“She does sometimes gag, but it’s all part of learning to eat,” Tori explained. “I try not to let it scare me. I feed her small enough pieces that nothing can really get caught and choke her. Always watch closely while kids are learning to eat!”
Additionally, the reality star shared she still breast-feeds her “homegirl” three to five times a day, although they are attempting to add a little meat to her bones. “We’ve moved into more solids with Lilah because she’s a petite little lady and we’re trying to beef her up with more protein and fats. Hence chicken and yogurt,” she wrote, adding, “homegirl still won’t take a bottle.”
Since Tori and Zach welcomed their daughter in November 2019, they have been keeping fans updated on her every milestone. In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the mama admitted she’s worried about Lilah’s development due to her lack of “socialization” in quarantine.
“The second I pass her off to someone else that sweet smile quickly turns to tears and panic, she wrote on June 30, adding she thinks socialization is “important at her age.”
It seems like Tori knows exactly what’s best for her little girl.
Have a tip? Send it to us! Email In Touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.