Tori Roloff shared an adorable picture of her son and husband in bed, amid pregnancy reveal and tough times.
Tori Roloff is married to Zach Roloff, and she stars alongside him in the reality show "Little People, Big World."
THE ADORABLE FAMILY PLUS ONE
She shared on Instagram a picture of Zach and their 2-year-old son, Jackson lying side-by-side in bed, and father and son looked adorable.
The duo covered themselves in a blanket that Tori revealed she made out of her husband's old T-shirts that had either been thrown away or put in drawers. She refers to it as a "Super functional blanket” that will preserve their favorite memories forever.
The post is coming days after she announced that her family-of-three is about to have a new member. She shared the news on Instagram when she posted a picture of Zach and her dressed in black and holding hands, while their little boy sat on a dirt floor wearing a shirt with the words "Big brother."
A DIFFICULT PREGNANCY WITH A 50/50 CHANCE
The reality star revealed that they are expecting a "Sweet baby girl," and Jackson can't wait to be a big brother. However, as excited as the mum-to-be is, the pregnancy has been difficult.
According to "CheatSheet," it took the soon-to-be mother-of-two eight months to get pregnant, and she has experienced all kinds of morning sickness that left her feeling weak. On the bright side, she has Zach to rely on and help out with their little boy.
Zach's parents — Matt and Amy Roloff are equally excited about their new grandchild, and can't wait to meet the little girl who has a 50/50 chance of inheriting her father and grandparents dwarfism.
Although when the mother-of-one was pregnant with Jackson, she found out he had achondroplasia at 34 weeks, she is yet to reveal if she will do the same with this pregnancy.
The news of the pregnancy could not come at a better time as the reality star needed something to boost her spirit. In January, Tori wrote alongside a photo of her and Jackson on Instagram that she was going through a tough and challenging time and entering a new season.
Although she didn't go into specifics, she wrote that she is blessed to have people in her corner rooting for her, and this included her fans. Her followers encouraged her to hang in there as life is always tough.
They also sent her lots of love, hugs, positive energy, and everything seems to have worked out fine for the television personality. Tori and Zach's baby girl is due sometime in November, and fans can expect to see her on "Little People, Big World."