The One Pregnancy Comment Little People, Big World's Tori Roloff Is Tired Of Hearing

The Roloffs are getting ready to add another member to the Little People, Big World family, as Tori and Zach get closer to Tori's due date. The couple confirmed to Us Weekly in May that their second baby was on the way, with an expected arrival date in November. 

Tori Roloff posted an adorable "bumpdate" to Instagram in July at her 20-week mark, showing off her bare belly next to son Jackson doing the same. The LPBW star admitted that she had been struggling with her body, but that the support of her fans had given her confidence to share the vulnerable image. "I also wanted to say thank you to everyone who comment and messaged me about my post on self image. You all are so fricking sweet. I wasn't looking for affirmation but y'all seriously gave it to me. That's honestly what gives me confidence to post this. I'm trying to love the heck out of my body because dang it I'm proud to grow this baby girl."

But with the little one's imminent arrival, you can guess that Tori's bump has only gotten bigger, and well, she's really tired of hearing about it.

Here's what you should never say to a pregnant Tori Roloff

Taking to Instagram recently, Tori clued fans in on what not to say to a pregnant person. "Wanna know what the single most annoying saying while you're pregnant is?" she asked (via In Touch Weekly). "'Wow. You look ready to pop!' Ya. Keep that one to yourself in my presence. Kthanksbyeeeee."

It's understandable that the soon-to-be mom of two is a little tired of these comments. She had previously opened up about her struggles with her second pregnancy, and explained at that time another thing she was tired of hearing. "This pregnancy has been a lot harder on me than the last... I have had a harder time accepting my body this go around. I've gotten bigger a lot faster than I did with Jackson and I've become a lot more insecure," Tori said. "Hearing people ask me if I'm sure it's not twins definitely does not help (for all our sakes-don't ever ask a woman this question. Like ever). It's been hard to really enjoy this pregnancy because I've let my own body image issues get in the way..."

Moral of the story? Keep your comments to yourself when it comes to the size of a pregnant person's belly.