Zach and Tori Roloff opened up about having more children and considering adoption following a tragic miscarriage experience in March. The couple revealed that they remain hopeful about having more kids.
Zach and Tori Roloff have a dream of having a large family, and they will not give up on it. In a recent interview with US Weekly, the couple opened up about their plan to have more kids, with Zach saying:
“I think that we’re still hopeful that one day we will get to have another baby. And until then, we’re just kind of happy where we are.”
Tori and Zach Roloff during an episode of "Little People Big World." | Photo: YouTube/TLC
Tori explained that she and her husband of more than five years are not entirely shut to the option of adoption. The “Little People Big World” star supported his wife’s claim, opening up about his thoughts about adoption.
The 31-year-old revealed that he had always admired parents who adopted or fostered children, but he and Tori haven’t particularly discussed going through that route to expand their family.
In a previous interview with People Magazine, the reality television couple shared that they were looking at having about four kids. The duo, who is parents to son Jackson, 4, and daughter Lilah, 1, initially thought they would stop at two children.
The mother-of-two noted that she was angry and sad because she didn’t have any symptoms showing she suffered a miscarriage.
However, after welcoming Lilah in November 2020, they knew without a doubt that more children were in the picture. The couple’s revelation about adoption comes months after Tori suffered a heartbreaking miscarriage.
In March, the 30-year-old opened up about losing her third pregnancy in a candid post on Instagram. Tori shared that she and her family were thrilled about sharing the news of another child with their fans.
Unfortunately, during their first ultrasound at eight weeks, they discovered that they had lost their baby two weeks earlier. Tori admitted that she had never experienced loss the way she did when she heard the doctor’s confirmation.
The mother-of-two noted that she was angry and sad because she didn’t have any symptoms showing she suffered a miscarriage. Nevertheless, she found comfort in her two healthy kids and knowing that her unborn child is with Jesus.
Several celebrities, including Tori, have been open about their struggles with conceiving and dealing with devastating miscarriages. Chrissy Teigen, Elle King, Gabrielle Union, and Meghan Markle have openly shared their stories.
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