'Little People, Big World' Star Tori Roloff Shows Off Her Baby Bump

Tori Roloff is 20 weeks pregnant and she shares the most adorable picture of her belly next to her son Jackson.

Tori Roloff became famous when she married Little People Big World star, Zach Roloff. Zach was seen growing up on the TLC's television show as a little person. He has three siblings who are all average height and then he has two parents who are also little people. Zach had to learn how to grow up while being a little bit different. We watched him fight his way to get his drivers license, we watched him go to high school, he made the soccer team and then he met Tori. We fell in love with Tori right away! Tori is average height. Together the couple has a two year old son named Jackson and he has a form of dwarfism. Tori said that "dwarf babies are the cutest babies."

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Tori shares the most adorable picture of her sweet little 20-week baby bump. In one of the pictures, she is showing off her baby belly while Jackson is sitting next to her with his little shirt up and his tummy sticking out. Tori shares that now that she is in her second trimester she is feeling much better. She was very nauseous and tired during her first trimester so it is nice for her to get out of that awful stage. The couple is going to be having a sweet little girl. She shares that she is very grateful to be able to bring this baby girl into the world. Tori talks about how her belly button is already sticking out, but it never was the same after having Jackson. Tori then goes on to say that her daughter is the size of a banana which is fitiing because "Jackson loves bananas."

She also mentions how Jackson doesn't really "get it." He is a little too young to really understand what pregnancy is or that there is actually a baby growing in mommy's tummy. However, he does notice that her tummy is getting bigger and he keeps checking her belly to make sure that her belly is still there and then he will look at his belly. He is going to be such a great big brother to his little sister.

Tori goes on to thank everybody who has commented on her posts about body image. She says that when she was posting a picture of her pregnancy body she was not looking for affirmation, but so many people gave it to her and it was exactly what she needed. She was very grateful for all of the positivity and the support that she has received during this time. It's wonderful to hear when women come together and support each other instead of tearing one another down.

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