Little People, Big World Star, Tori Roloff shared an important pregnancy update with fans on Friday, showing them a selfie with their adorable baby bump on social media and husband Zach Roloff expected later this year her second child. Roloff visited Instagram on May 31 to share a snapshot, where she rocked in front of the mirror wearing a wine-red dress.
"Baby is starting to make her appearance," she wrote on the caption of her Instagram story.
Roloff and her husband Zach quit the news with the help of their 2-year-old son Jackson on 13 May in a photo shoot with his social media and the fans announced that they expect a "sweet little girl".  2] "We are so excited to announce that Jackson will be a big brother!" Said the couple Us Weekly at the time of the message. Days Before the Announcement
Although Roloff admitted having taken on a second child, she told fans in the social media that she was a little nervous about being pregnant in midsummer, adding that this was the case Becoming a case Without doubt "interesting". With her second child born in November this year, the TLC star answered questions in a Q & A session with the social network and said she was expecting a long, difficult ride.
"Much harder. But still easy. If that makes sense. I had no other symptoms with J as an egg dislike, "she said, when asked if her pregnancy had been" lighter or heavier "this time. "This time, I have all the symptoms."
Roloff recently announced in a post on Instagram that she had suffered some terrible migraines during her pregnancy and hopes that followers could help with proven and genuine means.
"Help!", She wrote in the caption of a photo she shared on her Instagram story Thursday. "Safe cure for migraine during pregnancy. I do that. "The photo, which has since been archived on Roloff's own account, features the pregnant reality star who lies down and stares into the camera at the time to share the struggles she encounters when she is a mother with son Jackson who, like his father Zach, was born with dwarfism. In a heartbreaking post that Roloff published for her account this week, she talked about how "different" her son is, though he looks like any other toddler. However, she continues to tell how she was forced in a moment to deal with her son's differences and the effects of his dwarfism on his life.
"Today she has pointed out that he is different and that will never change. He watched as children (many younger than him) drove here in the city on a festival and he could not participate, "she wrote. "Jackson really wanted to fly [ly] with the planes that went up and down, but the height requirements did not allow him (which I fully understand!), It was certainly more difficult for me than for him, it was really the first time that I was confronted with the fact that my child is different. "
Roloff adds that she is" proud "of her husband and his attitude towards it, but even more proud of the" son who "brushes things with Ease. "
" I pray that both will continue to do so, "she continued," In the words of [Jeremy Roloff]: If a bad attitude would help – I'd have one – this was just a reminder Why [Disneyland] I love so much: The land without height claims! This child shall bring light into this world, which I know for sure. " Little People, Big World will be on Tuesdays at 21.00 in the DC broadcasted ET