Tori Roloff Tells Fan That Her Current Pregnancy Is ‘a Lot Harder’
Tori Roloff revealed that she’s going through a harder pregnancy with her second child with Zach Roloff.
The “Little People, Big World” star shared on Instagram that she’s been having more discomfort that her first pregnancy.
“I had so many health issues growing up, and if he has to go through what I did, it’s going to be hard.”
Replying to a fan who wondered if her second pregnancy has been easier, Tori wrote: “A lot harder. But still easy. If that makes sense. I had no symptoms with j other than egg aversions. I've got all the symptoms this time."
The Roloff family and their fans rejoiced after Tori revealed that their son Jackson will soon become a big brother.
“We are expecting a sweet baby girl this November,” Tori announced on Instagram. "Thank you so much for always supporting our family and loving us!”
50/50 CHANCE OF DWARFISM
Tori also told a fan that the odds of her and Zach’s second child becoming a little person like Jackson is “50/50.”
Tori and Zach welcomed their first child in 2017. Jackson has inherited his father’s condition.
The 26-year-old mother said that she was slowly feeling better. "Weeks 6-9 were rough. But starting to feel better. Waiting for that second-trimester energy boost. Still hasn't hit me," she wrote.
Tori earlier shared a touching Instagram post dedicated to her husband and son on Valentine’s Day, calling them her “favorite boys.”
She shared a sweet photo of Zach Roloff and their 19-month-old son, Jackson, on Instagram.
The photo shows the father-and-son duo standing on a tree stump, with Zach reaching down to have a high-five with his little son.
CONCERNS OVER JACKSON'S CONDITION
“We don’t want to overreact and panic just because he is a little person,” Zach admitted. “I had so many health issues growing up, and if he has to go through what I did, it’s going to be hard.”
He admitted that during his childhood he faced things like leg straightening surgeries, and recurring ear infections, among other medical issues.