As everyone awaits the second Roloff baby from Little People, Big World, a natural question for the expecting parents are concerns over dwarfism for the baby. Tori took to Instagram to answers fans about her baby on the way.
Tori took to Instagram Stories to share a peek at baby girl.
A few weeks ago we shared that Zach and Tori are expecting a sister for son Jackson in November
Fans Have Asked Whether Their Daughter Will be a Dwarf and Tori Responds
Tori has been open about raising son Jackson who is not of normal height. She’s committed to letting him grow into whom he’s supposed to be regardless of height. “You should never put your child in a box,” she explained.
She Shared Sonograms From Both Her Kids with Fans
While being pregnant isn’t always fun, it’s super exciting to watch babies develop and grow!
“The answer is we don’t know — and we won’t until she’s born,” she answered in a video.
“We can [know] by now through an amniotic draw … but Zach and I opted out of that just because we don’t care either way,” the mom notes.. “We love her, and we can’t wait to meet her. They do track dwarfism from 24 weeks to like 32-ish weeks. That’s when we found out with Jackson, but it’s never a diagnosis until they’re born.”
The Family is Happy No Matter What
Her response is spot on! Whether Zach or Tori’s daughter will be a little person or not should not matter so long as she’s loved and healthy. We’re sure of one thing! She will likely be adorable beyond belief.
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