“Odds that it will be a LP [little person]?” one person asked the Little People, Big World star, 28, to which she simply responded, “50/50.”
In October, the brunette beauty revealed in a separate Q&A that the couple found out Jackson would be born with achondroplasia towards 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.”
Tori was never shy about her concerns before they learned that baby J had the same condition as his father. At one point during her pregnancy, she called it “scary” and admitted that it was hard to think about her child as “different.” That said, she added that they’d love “whatever pops out,” and Tori most certainly kept good on her promise! The reality TV mama posts photos and videos of her son on the reg, and fans can’t get enough of him.
Since welcoming baby No. 1, both mom and dad have made it clear that they’re ready for anything life throws at them. “You have to encourage a dwarf child a little more because it will take them five steps to do what others can do in two,” Zach, 29, previously explained. “But I knew, dwarf or not, I was going to parent my child with the mentality that not everyone gets a trophy. You have to earn it.”
It’s safe to say these two will go into parenting their second child with the same mentality. Congrats, you two! We can’t wait to meet your baby girl.
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