Tori Roloff is pregnant with her second child.
And the universal reaction to this very exciting news has been, well… excitement.
Everyone out there is just so very happy for Tori and husband Zach, both of whom have been regular cast members on Little People, Big World for years and both of whom just seem like regular, very nice people.
Sorry if that sounds boring. It’s simply true.
“We are so excited to announce that Jackson is going to be a big brother!” Tori wrote this week on Instagram, adding that she also knows the gender of her impending child:
“We can not wait to meet our sweet baby girl!”
Neither can we.
However, while social media users and loved ones have been sending Tori and Zach their best wishes ever since this announcement, at least some of these same people have been anxious to ask her a question:
Will this little girl be… a little person?
Will she be like her father and her grandfather and be born with dwarism?
On one hand, of course, this is a sensitive and personal topic.
On the other, though, the Roloffs have been very honest and open about this subject ever since becoming famous and there’s certainly no reason for shame behind the answer.
Fans are merely curious.
“Odds that it will be a LP [little person]?” one person asked the 28-year old mother to be after she asked for followers to hit her up with “all the baby questions.”
Replied Tori: 50/50.
Back in October of 2017, Roloff revealed in a similar Q&A that she and Zach found out their son, Jackson, would be born with achondroplasia, the same condition both Zach and Matt Roloff possess.
“We actually found out when I was 34 weeks pregnant, but my doctor had a little more of a heads up than some parents,” Tori explained back then.
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Source:: The Hollywood Gossip