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February 26, 2020

'Little People Big World' Toddler Ember Roloff Is Now a Big Sister

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"Little People Big World's" Ember Roloff has just become a big sister.

One of the tiniest stars of "Little People Big World" Ember Roloff is now two years old and she's just become a big sister, to baby brother Bode.

The Roloff family is growing by leaps and bounds, and in November 2019, Ember welcomed cousin Lilah.

The announcement of Bode's birth comes just months after Zach and Tori welcomed their own second child, daughter Lilah

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"LITTLE PEOPLE BIG WORLD" WELCOMES NEWBORNS

Up until just a few months ago, Ember was the "baby" of the family, four months younger than her "big" cousin Jackson. 

But in just three months, the number of children in the family has doubled since the Roloff twins each welcomed their second child, and Ember lost her pride of place.

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WELCOME BODE ROLOFF

On January 8, Jeremy and Audrey Roloff welcomed little Bode, a brother for their two-year-old daughter. Tori Roloff announced the birth of her little nephew on Instagram, writing:

"Welcome to the world cousin Bode! We love you so much already."

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TORI AND ZACH ROLOFF WELCOME BABY LILAH

The announcement of Bode's birth comes just months after Zach and Tori welcomed their own second child, daughter Lilah, who came into the world on November 19, 2019, making their son Jackson a big brother.

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AUDREY ROLOFF SHARES ADORABLE SNAP

Ember is embracing her new sibling with enthusiasm, mom Audrey revealed and posted several snaps that show the adorable blond-haired toddler cuddling her little brother. She wrote:

"Ember just loves her baby brother so much. I wish I could push the instant reply button for all the hilarious and precious things she says." ⁣

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AUDREY ROLOFF - POSTPARTUM ISSUES

Audrey shared her postpartum problems on Instagram in a long post, in which she revealed that she is suffering from a lot of pain and that her body is taking a lot longer to recover from her second pregnancy. Audrey also confessed that like many new mothers, she is finding breastfeeding painful.

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EMBER ROLOFF'S ILLNESS

Fans of the family have also been worried about little Ember after her parents revealed that the toddles had been suffering from an unspecified ailment, that let to a late-night visit to the emergency room of their local hospital.

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Ember seems to have recovered from her illness, and in the most recent snaps her mother Audrey shared on Instagram, the toddler looks the picture of health, flashing her broad and happy grin at the camera.

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In a gorgeous snap, Tori Roloff captured the moment when she and her sister-in-law Audrey stood side-by-side with their new babies. Just like Jackson and Ember, Lilah and Brode are of an age and will grow up as close as brother and sister.

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MATT AND AMY ROLOFF - PROUD GRANDPARENTS

Matt and Amy Roloff, the stars of "Little People Big World," both suffer from dwarfism, which gives the reality show it's premise as it focuses on their difficulties living in a world geared for average-sized people.  

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The Roloffs have four children, three of whom are average height - Jacob, Jeremy, and Molly - and one which inherited Amy's achondroplasia - Zachary.

Of their 4 grandchildren born to the twins, Zach and Jeremy, two - Jackson and Lilah - also have achondroplasia, while Ember and Bode are of average stature. Although Jackson and Lilah's father Zach inherited his mother's achondroplasia, he has additional health issues.

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As an infant, Zach had to have a skull shunt implanted to drain excess cerebrospinal fluid. So far, both Jackson and Lilah seem to have no additional health issues. 

Achondroplasia is characterized by short stature, which in adults is considered under 4 feet 10 inches or under. Children with achondroplasia are charted consistently at less than 2 percentile in the height growth curve for their age.

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