‘Little People, Big World’ Clip Shows Tori and Zach Readying Themselves for Baby Lilah’s Arrival

In the newest season of Little People, Big World, fans will get to see Zach and Tori Roloff family grow as they prepare to welcome their youngest, Lilah Ray. An exclusive clip from People offers a sneak peek into the newest episode as the parents discuss Tori’s pregnancy with their 2-year-old son, Gideon.

The family sits around a campfire and discusses how life will change for their son and the entire family. It’s so wholesome and tender and we’re excited all over again that Lilah is part of the family now.

Tori and Zach discuss what Gideon should expect when baby number 2 arrives.

'Little People, Big World' Clip Shows Tori and Zach Readying Themselves for Baby Lilah's Arrival

Zach, 29, asks, “Are we ready for this baby number two?”

“Ready or not,” Tori, 28, replies.

The couple outline what preparations are still needed before the baby arrives. “Everything,” Tori jokes. Then, they turn to their cute son, Jackson and try to decide how he’ll cope with the addition of a baby sister.

Tori expects the children will be close and Zach looks forward to bonding time with Jackson.

“Everyone I’ve talked to that has a 2-year-old and an infant, they’re loving it,” Tori explains and notes that usually, the other child will “want to help.”

Zach wants to bond more with his son and he says, “I feel like him and me are going to go on a lot of adventures when this happens.”

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Both parents agree that the family will need to adjust to the new situation.

“I think it’s definitely going to be an adjustment once Lilah is here for Jackson,” says Tori. “The attention is not all on him, it’s not all about him anymore. He’s got to share Mom and Dad.”

However, she does say in the clip that she does feel much more relaxed this time around.

“It’s not a great unknown — we have a little bit more of an expectation,” Zach agrees.

Tori admits in the clip that she’s not looking forward to another c-section.

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“Which is good and bad,” Tori says to Zach. “It’s bad for me because I’m like, stressed out about the C-section again, but it’s also good because I don’t feel like I have to take 17 bags into the hospital room with us.”

Being prepared is always smart, but Tori says she is glad to know what to expect the second time around.

It’s an exciting look at the weeks leading up to Lilah’s birth.

The couple welcomed Lilah Ray November 19 and although Tori and Zach have been public about the pregnancy and birth, we haven’t gotten a real inside look until now.

In an interview with People, Tori said that she’s open to having more children now!

“Originally I was like, ‘Two kids is my max.’ But I can definitely see us having more… We’re loving the season that we’re in right now raising kids. Zach and I always say that we were built for this family life.”

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We might be seeing more baby Roloffs!

Tori leaving open the possibility of more children is heartwarming. Both of Tori and Zach’s kids were born with achondroplasia, a common form of dwarfism. Zach recently spoke out about it and said, “It’s obviously a part of them, but we don’t want dwarfism to define our children.”

“I forget a lot of times that I’m the only average-height person in my family,” Tori says. “It’s just so normal to us.”

We’re so thrilled about this beautiful and strong family and look forward to seeing the new episode of Little People, Big World. If the clip is any indication, fans should expect many more candid conversations from the Roloff family.

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