A star of Little People, Big World has some rather huge news to share:
Tori Roloff is officially very pregnant!
Yes, the reality star confirmed that she's expecting a second child with husband Zach back on May 13.
But a statement is one thing.
Sharing the above photo of a very clear and very cute baby bump is another.
“Baby is starting to make her appearance,” the 28-year old TLC personality captioned a mirror selfie that depictured her smiling while she cradled said bump late last week.
The special photo came about two weeks after Tori and Zach delivered their exciting piece of news.
“We are so excited to announce that Jackson is going to be a big brother!” they told Us Weekly at the time, adding that they had already found out the impending child's gender:
“We cannot wait to meet our sweet baby girl!”
Tori is due in November.
Fans can expect plenty of updates in the meantime, however, as Tori and Zach are psyched to be adding to their beloved family, which expanded back in May 2017 with the welcoming of son Jackson.
The pair have been pretty open ever since about wanting more kids, with Zach even saying he'd love a "pack" of four or five.
Tori only wants to talk one pregnancy at a time, however, especially with the star admitting this second one is more challenging than the first.
"A lot harder," Tori told fans several days ago about how this pregnancy compares to the first one, emphasizing however that she isn't complaining:
"But still easy. If that makes sense. I had no symptoms with [Jackson] other than egg aversions. I've got all the symptoms this time."
Based on her due date, Roloff is just into her second trimester at the moment.
We hope she's taking it easy these days if she isn't feeling great and if she has concerns about the heat.
Tori, meanwhile, has also been open about there being a "50/50" shot that she gives birth to another dwarf, based on the genes passed down by Zach.
“Thank the Lord, Jackson hasn’t really had any significant [health struggles],” Zach recently told Us Weekly, adding:
“He’s had a couple ear infections, which can be common with dwarfism. There’s a lot of potentials, but for now it’s too early to tell.
"We actually have the same pediatrician for him that was my pediatrician growing up, so that’s been really nice because he’s familiar with dwarfism and those things."
For her part, Tori discussed the issues that occasionally arise with raising a litle person.
Along with a gorgeous snapshot of her son on Instagram, Tori wrote the following seven days ago:
"I often forget that my son is any different than yours. I forget that he has shorter legs, because he can get around and run just like any other 2 year old.
"I forget he has short arms, because he can still reach everything around the house (even the stuff we don’t want him to)."
She concluded in this emotional post:
I forget that he’s different because he’s so capable and I see nothing other than my mister mister. Today pointed out that he is different and that’s never going to change.
He watched as kids (many younger than him) rode rides at a festival here in town and he wasn’t able to join. Jackson wanted so bad to ride the airplanes that went up and down but the height requirement wouldn’t allow him to (which I totally understand!).
It was harder for me than it was for him for sure.
It was really the first time I was hit in the face with the fact my child is different.
Im so proud of my husband and his outlook on it all and even more proud of my son who brushes things off with ease and I pray they both continue to do this. In the words of @jeremyroloff : if a bad attitude would fix it- I would have one.
This was also just a reminder of why I love @disneyland so much: the land of no height requirements! This kid is meant to bring light to this world this I know for sure.