Tori Roloff and Zach Roloff are parents once again!
Okay, fine, granted:
This was made official back on November 19 when Tori actually gave birth to a daughter named Lilah Ray.
But now the Little People, Big World stars are featured in a new video released by TLC, one in which they take it upon themsleves to introduce their second child to the world.
What do we learn in this footage?
Tori was the person who pushed for the baby's first name.
"Tori had to sell me on [it]," Zach tells his fans, while Tori says her daughter shares a middle name with her dad and that Tori's grandfather was named Raymond.
Lilah was born two days before her scheduled C-Section and a week and a half before Tori's actual due date.
"It was kind of fun just experiencing labor," Tori surprisingly says, explaining that she got to experience the excitement over this experience, as opposed to the organization of a scheduled birth via surgery.
Lilah is also "easier in some ways" than brother Jackson, despite the couple being warned that there was simply no way their second kid would be a breeze.
And yet: Lilah feeds easier, Tori explains, although she sleeps in shorter spurts, waking about every three hours.
So... if she's this easy, and if the Roloffs love parenthood so much, are they already thinking about another?!?
Yes, Zach actually says.
"I could have a third," Zach says in this video, to which Tori says... nothing at first, LOL, only to joke:
"He's gonna carry the next one."
You can watch the new video HERE and then you can join us in sending Tori the very best.
For what reason? Because she wasn't in a joking mood earlier this week.
"I’m trying really hard to love my postpartum body," Roloff wrote as a caption to a photo of her and her two kids a few days ago, adding:
"It’s only been 3 weeks since growing and then birthing a human being, but it’s hard. Having major abdominal surgery is difficult for me because I hate being restricted.
Continued Roloff in her latest post...
I hate asking for help. I hate not being able to physically keep up with where my mental state is.
Plus there are jiggles in places that are honestly just hard to come to terms with.
I know it’s temporary.
I know my body will heal and I will be back where I want to be. It’s just the waiting that’s hard.
As she so often does, however, Tori ended up an inspiring note:
For all those PP mamas out there. Love yourself hard.
We all have our days and that’s okay. Our bodies are so insane and I’ve said it before- women are bad ass. I thank God everyday for the family he’s given me.
I’ll be here continuing to try and practice what I preach and love myself through this phase.