Is baby No. 2 OK? That’s what fans wanted to know after they saw Little People, Big World star Tori Roloff‘s cryptic Instagram post. On Sunday, July 28, the young mama shared a message about God’s role in her life that had fans worried. Luckily, she was quick to assuage any fears in the comments, reassuring her followers that her post had nothing to do with any health problems or concerns about the little girl she’s expecting with husband Zach Roloff.
“Do we really want God’s input about our daily life or know what God is thinking about our situation?” Tori, 28, wrote on Instagram over the weekend. “We need God when we think we have it all together, AND we need God when we know we don’t. #storyofzachandtori” The post prompted fans in the comments to check in, with one writing, “Hope everything is ok with the baby.🙏” Thankfully, Tori put the rumors to rest. “Oh, definitely!” she wrote back. “Thank you for your concern though! Just a good reminder!!”
Though baby No. 2 seems to be doing OK, Tori herself hasn’t been so fortunate. In May, she admitted her second pregnancy has been harder than her first. Though she said it was “still easy,” she admitted she “had no symptoms with J other than egg aversions.” This time around, no such luck. “I’ve got all the symptoms,” she joked. Later that month, she admitted to suffering from pregnancy migraines. “I’m dying,” she told fans. In July, she admitted that she’s also self-diagnosed some of her symptoms as pubic symphysis pain.
Physical health aside, the gorgeous mama has also been dealing with some mental health challenges, including body insecurity and self-image issues. “I’ve gotten bigger a lot faster than I did with Jackson and I’ve become a lot more insecure,” she said in July. “Hearing people ask me if I’m sure it’s not twins definitely does not help (for all our sakes-don’t ever ask a woman this question. Like ever). It’s been hard to really enjoy this pregnancy because I’ve let my own body image issues get in the way.” But accepting herself — and this pregnancy for everything it is — is something she’s been working on.
“For all those women out there — pregnant or not — you need to hear this just like I do: You’re beautiful, you’re strong, and dang it love yourself no matter what,” she wrote. “I know someone besides just me needs to hear that today. So excuse me while I go try my best to live out these words and continue growing a freaking human being.”
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