The cast of Little People, Big World is receiving a lot of love and support from fans following the birth of baby Jackson. It isn’t a surprise that his parents, Zach and Tori Roloff, have decided to put their careers aside for their son.
Little People, Big World stars Zach and Tori Roloff have decided to put their careers aside for the sake of their newly-born son, Jackson. As In Touch notes, many fans may know these two for starring on the TLC reality series, but only a few know what they actually do for a living.
In a recent post on Instagram, Tori shared a photo of herself together with her students. The Little People, Big World star admitted that it was difficult for her to say goodbye to her students before she started her maternity leave.
No matter how difficult it may have been for Tori to leave her students, the Little People, Big World star was excited for baby Jackson to meet her students, whom he listened to for the past nine months, when he gets old. Tori knows there are a lot of great things ahead for her and her students and her priority goes to Jackson while she is taking her “gap year.”
Bitter sweet day!!! It was my last day with my kinders and to say I'll miss them is an understatement. I am so thankful to have had a group that was so easy and respectful. Saying goodbye to them was so hard, but I know we have such An amazing adventure ahead of us. Can't wait to take baby roloff back to school to introduce him to the kids he's listened to the last 9 months! ❤️ #kindergartenlife #youlldogreatthings ????????????????
Her husband, Zach, echoed the same sentiments when it comes to giving all of their time to Jackson. In an earlier interview with People, Zach said that they had to go through a lot of changes and adjustments in preparation for the birth of Jackson.
“We knew we were leaving our previous life behind, but we were okay with that.”
Zach said that their schedule completely revolves around their baby, which he aptly called “Jackson time.” Tori admitted that it was difficult to nurse several times a day with only a few hours of sleep in between, but the couple was willing to do anything for the sake of their child who was born with achondroplasia, a form of dwarfism.
Zach and Tori said that early on in their pregnancy, they were aware that there was a chance for their baby to inherit the condition, but they were the least bothered by it. Their journey has been closely followed by the public through Little People, Big World, and the upcoming episodes are expected to feature baby Jackson’s birth.
The couple continues to be a source of inspiration for followers of Little People, Big World, especially for families who have members diagnosed with the same condition. Tori and Zach are hopeful that their story will touch the lives of viewers and educate parents of children with dwarfism.
[Featured Image by Amy Roloff/Facebook]