Tori Roloff Shows off Her Burgeoning Baby Bump for the First Time
Tori Roloff wore a sweet summer dress to reveal her budding baby bump for the first time over the weekend.
Zach Roloff, 29, and his wife Tori are ready to show the world how their pregnancy is going. The bun in the oven looks to be coming along fine based on Tori's selfie.
Tori, 28, took to her Instagram stories on Friday to show off her growing tummy. The small bump was just as dainty as her excited but modest smile in the picture.
Wearing a long red dress, Tori used one hand to hold her phone and the other to cradle her bump. She wore her long brown hair loose and had on a small bracelet and a dog tag chain.
There appeared to be shower curtains behind the "Little People, Big World" star and a counter in front. Text overlayed the photo which read: "Baby is starting to make her appearance."
The couple has been married since 2015 and has one son, two-year-old Jackson. They first made the announcement that they were expecting a daughter back in May.
Days later, Tori revealed in a now-expired Instagram story that her second pregnancy is so far "a lot harder" than the first. Responding to a fan's question, she said she's "got all the symptoms this time."
Luckily, Tori still described the pregnancy as being "easy," so it sounds like she's handling the challenges, especially since Zach discussed his desire to have more kids in an interview with US Weekly.
“We have plans. We want a family. I would love four or five kids. I want a little pack. Right now, we’re just kind of [like], if it happens, it happens.”
The pair also mentioned their appreciation that Jackson had no "significant" health problems that came with his achondroplasia dwarfism. In an emotional Instagram post in late May, Tori expanded on that.
She shared a picture of her husband walking with Jackson on Memorial Day weekend. Tori explained that they had gone to an amusement park but due to Jackson's height, he could not go on many of the rides he wanted to.
“I often forget that my son is any different than yours. I forget that he has shorter legs, because he can get around and run just like any other 2 year old. I forget he has short arms, because he can still reach everything around the house (even the stuff we don’t want him to)."
The loving mom said that the park experience "was really the first time [she] was hit in the face with the fact [her] child is different." She was proud of both her husband and son for how they handled it.