‘Little People, Big World’: Amy Roloff On Zach And Jeremy Roloff’s Babies And Possible Dwarfism

On a recent episode of Little People, Big World, Amy Roloff found herself growing extremely sentimental and emotional when she discussed sons Zach and Jeremy having babies on the Roloff Farm. Amy described the gift of birth as something akin to “a miracle” in her eyes.

The praise of the next generation of children on the Roloff Farm came about as Amy and Matt Roloff enjoyed a family meal with Zach and Tori Roloff, and Zach’s twin brother, Jeremy, and Jeremy’s wife, Audrey.

On this episode of Little People, Big World, it may almost appear as though viewers are going back in time as the show harkens back to a time when Zach and Tori Roloff were still expecting their little bundle of joy and before their baby son, Jackson Kyle, was born on May 12, an event which excited viewers all around the world. Jeremy and Audrey Roloff, of course, still have to wait for September until they can welcome their baby daughter to the Roloff Farm.

On Little People, Big World, mother Amy Roloff found herself overcome with joy when she expressed to her sons how extraordinarily wonderful she felt their wives were.

“You both are going to be great dads, and I think you’ve picked wonderful women that are going to be wonderful moms.”

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As Amy Roloff conversed with her family over food at the Roloff Farm, she addressed the issue of whether baby Zach Roloff would have dwarfism by telling Zach and Tori Roloff that no matter what the outcome was with their birth, their son would be loved, as Monsters and Critics reported.

“What I think with you two though, I mean we always talk about whether it will be a little person, average-sized, whatever. It’s a baby, what a miracle! It’s going to be so loved.”

Matt Roloff agreed with his ex-wife, and said that the next member of the family to make an appearance on Little People, Big World would be just perfect despite whether he ended up having dwarfism or not.

“It’s going to be adorable either way.”

The question as to whether baby Jackson Kyle Roloff will be a little person is one which has fascinated viewers, yet Zach and Tori Roloff remain tight-lipped on this particular issue. When he was born, Jackson Kyle weighed a very healthy nine pounds, one ounce and measured 20.5 inches.

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Whatever Zach and Tori Roloff’s concerns for their son, viewers of Little People, Big World can attest to the fact that they are both united in their dreams and excitement for their new addition to the family at Roloff Farm, and Tori showed how much she loved Zach when she lovingly penned a message to him on Instagram as they were celebrating seven years of being together, as In Touch Weekly reported.

“Zachary, you make me smile every day and I love our conversations about life and our dreams together. You are definitely my better half and I pray every day that I can be a better wife to you.”

Little People, Big World still has plenty of excitement in store as Zach Roloff’s twin brother and his wife, Jeremy and Audrey, will be expecting their daughter in September, which means that Jackson Kyle Roloff will have a new playmate very soon at Roloff Farm.

Audrey Roloff has been extremely open when it comes to discussing the upcoming birth of the newest Roloff baby, and she shares stories on both Instagram and her blog. Audrey has admitted that as soon as she revealed that she was pregnant, women began flooding her with their own personal horror stories, as In Touch Weekly reported. Audrey Roloff felt it was odd that women seemed to enjoy telling terrible tales, yet were slow to talk about the happiness that pregnancy brings.

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Have you been enjoying all of the new social media photos for the stars of Little People, Big World, and are you excited to see Jeremy and Audrey Roloff’s new baby and the newest addition to the Roloff Farm?

[Featured Image by Zach Roloff/Instagram]