Noted Little People Big World celebrity Tori Roloff is pregnant again. Moreover, she is ready to experience motherhood for the third time with her new pregnancy. As a result, the TV star likes to keep her fans updated about her health and hosts Ask Anything sessions for FAQs. The LPBW star did so again and talked about whether her family had decided on a name or not for the new member. So what’s it going to be? Keep scrolling to know more in detail!
LPBW: Tori Roloff Talks About Possible Names For Baby #3!
In her brand new Ask Anything session, Tori put all her fan’s curiosity to ease. In fact, they had lots of questions about her recent pregnancy and her soon-to-arrive third baby. Hence, the young mother gave answers to all these queries through her Instagram stories. One question that caught everyone’s attention was whether the celebrity has decided on a name for her baby or not. Currently, she is in her 5th month of pregnancy
Later on, the mother-of-2 mentioned that she had finalized a name for a boy. However, the TLC star is still going “back and forth” daily on the girl’s name. This time around, both Zach and Tori decided to keep the baby’s gender a surprise. Thus, they will find out about it on the day of the delivery. The parents talked about their decision in an interview and said they are prepared for either gender as they have a boy (Jackson) and a girl (Lilah) each. However, while addressing it personally, Zach Roloff wishes for a boy. In contrast, the reality TV mother has a “feeling” it will be a girl. Well, time will tell how things go down as Tori has her due date in Spring 2021. As a result, all the fans and the couple will have to wait till then to know.
LPBW: Did Tori Confirm About Having A Dwarf Baby? Clarifies The Matter!
Both Zach and Tori Roloff’s former babies have inherited dwarfism. Hence, all the viewers have been curious whether the new member will be born that way too. The 30-year-old addressed the situation in another one of her Q&A sessions. The LPBW cast member said that she would be able to tell if the baby would be a dwarf or not. Naturally, this led to tons of speculation on the internet, and fans began believing the third Roloff baby would also have dwarfism.
However, the TV personality quickly gave clarification on the misinformation. First, she mentioned that the medical staff recommends mothers go through a “c-section birth” if they have a dwarf baby. That’s because infants with the abovementioned condition are born with significantly large heads compared to the rest of the body. Therefore, it became clear to the followers that even the parents would have to wait for the delivery day