The star of TLC’s “Little People, Big World,” Tori Roloff, likes to keep it real with her fans when it comes to her pregnancy journey.
As Dearly previously reported, she recently opened up about the fear of becoming a mom of two and not being able to give 100-percent of her heart to her son Jackson as she has over the last two years.
She said, in part:
“I’ve been trying really hard to cherish these last few months alone with this kid. I sometimes feel so guilty about flipping his world upside down with a baby but I know he’s going to love her and be the best big brother ever. It makes me sad to think that our days of just being with Jackson are coming to an end but I’m so excited for our next chapter.”
Now, Roloff is opening up again.
She wrote on Instagram that the last few days have been a struggle for her because the final stage of pregnancy has hit her hard.
The soon-to-be mom of two wrote:
The last few days have really been a struggle for me. This last stage of pregnancy has hit me hard. I get so frustrated not being able to do things on my own. I carried 6 towels up the stairs this morning to do some laundry and have been winded ever since. I’ve never been good at asking for help and these days that’s all I ever do. I know this is a time to be selfish and slow down but it’s so hard to sit around while my husband works and my 2-year-old wants attention. I constantly feel serious FOMO. I know it’s all worth it and I’m doing such an important job but I can’t wait to tie my shoes on my own again.
Hundreds of people sent encouraging messages, reminding her that “nothing is so important that it can’t wait.”
Tori and her husband, Zach Roloff, announced that they were expecting their second child, a baby girl, on May 13. They have yet to learn if, like Jackson and Zach, their baby girl will have dwarfism.
Tori is set to give birth sometime in November.