Now that the new season of Little people, big world is underway, many fans have questions.
Tori Roloff took to social media to answer as many as she reasonably could…without fans having to wait for a possible future season.
The season premiere introduced their third son, Josiah.
Do Tori and Zach ever plan on adding a fourth Roloff baby to the mix?
During the first week of November, Tori Roloff took to her Instagram Story to engage in a Q&A session with her fans and followers.
A curious social media user asked if his family is currently “complete.”
Over half a year ago, in April, Tori and Zach welcomed Josiah. Baby #3 makes them a family of five.
So does she feel like her family is complete?
“Yes,” Tori responded to the fan’s question.
He then added: “No more babies for us!”
Obviously, Tori’s statement is not a condemnation of children in general, much less her three beautiful babies.
Jackson (who is five years old), Lilah (who is two years old), and Josiah (who is now half a year old) are all treasures.
But having three children is a lot, under any circumstances. The prospect of adding a room to the mix would be very daunting.
And, for Tori and Zach, all three of their children are disabled and share their father’s achondroplasia.
This does not mean that they cannot lead a fulfilling life, as someone of any height could.
But it is absolutely a disability. From special medical care to accommodations, extra help means less potential time for extra kids. Tori and Zach know this well.
A separate question from a fan asked Tori about how she deals with the rampant and incessant shaming of mothers on social media.
Any parent could deal with it. But for Tori, as a public figure, she deals with that much more.
“It can actually be so ridiculous here,” Tori admitted.
“I really try not to pay attention to ‘perfect parents,’” Tori said.
“But it’s hard,” she confessed, “when I feel like I have to defend myself with every little thing.”
Tori stated, “All I know is that I’m doing the best I can.”
Meanwhile, Tori and Zach and their children continue to be a part of Little people, big world.
On the show, which was of course filmed months ago, both parents were eager to introduce Jackson and Lilah to Josiah.
Josiah was a newborn at the time. And well, not all first impressions between siblings are good.
“It definitely didn’t go well when we brought Lilah home from the hospital,” Tori recalled.
So this time, he admitted he was “expecting the worst but hoping for the best.” That’s a good philosophy for a lot of things.
However, Jackson is older and more mature than when he met Lilah. He was much more excited about meeting Josiah.
“We thought he was going to lash out or freak out, everybody was going to start crying…” Zach admitted.
“But,” he shared, “it ended up being fantastic.”
comforting! But it is not something that the family intends to repeat with a hypothetical Baby #4.