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Little People, Big World Spoilers: Zack and Tori Roloff’s Baby Plans

Zach Roloff, Tori Roloff - Little People Big World“Little People, Big World” stars Zack and Tori Roloff recently welcomed their second child a few months back. It seems the couple has no plans of stopping with their number two. They’re hoping to have a big family with three or four children.

In the latest issue of Peope, Tori admitted that her original plan was to have two kids, max. But she revealed that she can see her and Zack having more than two and Zach was happy to say that he could go for three or four.

The couple are parents to Jackson, who’s two years old and their baby girl, Lilah Ray, who was born in November.

Zack admitted that things haven’t been the same since they had Lilah, whom they dubbed as Miss Personality because of her expressiveness. Plus, they both admitted that they had to make a lot of adjustments now that they have a toddler and an infant.

Little People, Big World Spoilers: Jackson As A Big Brother

In an interview with US Weekly, Tori described how her two year old son Jackson was handling being a big brother to baby Lilah.

“We can definitely see moments and glimpses of him not wanting us to talk to [our 4-month-old daughter], Lilah. He wants us to talk to him, but I think overall he’s a pretty easygoing kid. The transition hasn’t been terrible,” Tori said.

Zack added that Jackson is trying to be helpful.

“Jackson’s all about order. He’s Mr. Professional, so Lilah has her thing and he has his, and those things don’t cross. But if she’s crying, he’ll go find a binky or a burp cloth.” Zach explained.

“Lilah’s a bit more chill and is not moving yet, but Jackson is go, go, go all the time. I usually take Jackson and then Tori will hang out with Lilah, or vice versa. We just divide and conquer,” he continued.

Little People, Big World Spoilers: Zack and Tori Are Proud Parents

Viewers recently learned that Tori and Zach recently found out that their daughter Lila will be a little person just like her brother, Jackson. But the couple are proud parents and they strongly believe that their kids won’t be defined by their disability.

“It’s obviously a part of them. But, we don’t want dwarfism to define our children,” Zack said.

He added that achondroplasia, which has a 50-50% chance of getting passed down to kids if one parent is afflicted with it, doesn’t concern them.

“Sure, there was a chance our kids could have dwarfism. And there was also a chance that none of our kids would have dwarfism. Whatever we got is what we were going to love and roll with.” Zach added.

Zack also thinks that the siblings would be closer than the regular brother sister relationship and that’s one thing that their kids would bring as little people.

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