Season 13 of Little People, Big World returns to TLC Tuesday, April 3. The series is produced by Discovery Studios in association with Gay Rosenthal Productions.
The Roloff family has grown since the last time you saw them. Audrey and Jeremy Roloff welcomed baby girl Ember Jean in September and fans will get to see their journey over the 10 one-hour episodes.
While Jeremy tries to get the house ready, Audrey prepares a birth plan to be able to deliver without pain medication. The season will also include a two-hour episode featuring the birth of their little girl.
According to a Pop Culture report, viewers will also follow Zach, Tori and baby Jackson, whose dwarfism creates even more challenges for the new parents.
Baby Jackson has the same form of dwarfism as his father Zach, achondroplasia. Even though Tori is average size, the couple knew before they conceived that their child would have a 50 percent chance of having the same condition of his father.
Jackson was actually diagnosed during a 34-week ultrasound; however, Zach and Tori waited until after his birth to publicly confirm this.
Back at the farm, Matt and Caryn prepare for pumpkin season. Matt starts to desire a different living situation away from Amy and thinks about selling the farm.
Things have been heating up for the former husband and wife, who have found happiness in their respective relationships with Caryn Chandler and Chris Marek.
The youngest Roloff sibling, Jacob, has also experienced some pretty big life changes in the past few months. On January 21, Jacob announced that he and his girlfriend, Isabel Rock are engaged.
Following the premiere of Little People, Big World‘s new season, TLC will debut their new TV show My Little Life.
The reality show follows five young little people from across the country as they work to overcome the struggles of a world made for average-sized people, on top of the usual coming-of-age challenges, like balancing family, friends, work and the search for love.