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Tori Roloff, Amy, and Kim Patton Discussed Mom-Guilt Before the Arrival of Baby Lilah Ray

Olowokandi Fiyin
May 18, 2020
01:40 A.M.
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Tori Roloff reveals how her second pregnancy made her feel guilty about some things in her life in a new LPBW clip.

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Although Zach and Tori Roloff's daughter, Lilah Ray, is nearly six months old, there are some facts that fans didn't get to know about before her arrival.

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According to Good Housekeeping, in a new "Little People, Big World" clip, Tori talks about her pregnancy with her mother, Kim Patton, and mother-in-law, Amy Roloff.

Tori confirmed to her followers that her baby is a little person.

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In the clip, Tori admitted to the two women that her second pregnancy came with a lot of guilty feelings as she often lacked the energy to spend quality time with her son, Jackson, while pregnant. While reflecting on how her relationship with Jackson used to be, the 29-year-old said:

"There were so many different things we did together … I've been feeling guilty because he's still just sitting at home."

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While Amy sympathized with Tori by sharing her own experience with her third child, Molly, Tori's mother, boosted her daughter's spirits with these encouraging words:

"I have no doubt that whatever fate comes along, she's going to meet it head on and deal with it."

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Hopefully, those words had a good impact on Tori as Cheat Sheet divulged that the mother-of-two was more than willing to let her fans know why she named her daughter, Lilah Ray. 

She explained that she and her man always loved the name Lilah and thought it would be nice to add Ray to the baby's name as it was "my dad's middle name and my grandfather's nickname."

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That explanation came at the same time that People reported that Tori confirmed to her followers that her baby is a little person.

The confirmation occurred when the reality star was answering a follower's question about why she had to have a "second C-section."

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Soon after the baby was born in November 2019, Tori took to social media to show her off to followers and fans, USA Today reported.

According to the site, the "Welcome to the family sweet baby girl!" captioned photo was applauded by several people including Tori's sister-in-law, Audrey Roloff.

Audrey gushed about how perfect the tot looked and even added that they loved her already.

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