Tori Roloff Opens Up About Her Difficult Pregnancy

Fans of TLC's hit reality show, "Little People Big World," have loved watching the Roloff family grow up and evolve over the 15 years the show has been on the air (via Screen Rant). Matt and Amy Roloff's children, Zach, Jeremy, Molly, and Jacob have gone from kids on the show to adults with their own families.

While three of the four Roloff children have stepped away from the camera, Zach and his wife, Tori, have continued to stay on camera. Zach and Tori have become important pieces of the show (via Us Weekly). Fans have loved watching them since their wedding in 2015 and through the years as their family has grown. They are proud parents to Jackson and Lilah, and recently shared they have another child on the way!

However, the pregnancy has not been easy for Tori, and recently she gave fans the sad details behind why she has struggled with her third pregnancy.

Tori opened up about her difficult pregnancy on Instagram

Pregnancy is often an exciting time in people's lives. However, with struggles like miscarriages, it can be a scary and triggering moment for those who have experienced that pain. Zach and Tori Roloff recently shared that while they are excited to welcome another child into their life, the process has not been enjoyable after the heartbreaking experience they've had with a past pregnancy (via Today).

Tori shared that she was expecting her third child eight months after the couple endured a miscarriage (via People). Tori shared on Instagram, "I feel like miscarriage truly steals your joy. This pregnancy, it's been so difficult to get excited," she wrote. "However, we have seen baby multiple times and we've heard his/her heartbeat a ton. And it's strong."

However, she did share some positive aspects of her pregnancy. Her caption continued, "I'm starting to feel baby move pretty consistently and that has really helped me relax and enjoy these moments with our sweet babe!!

"My first trimester was pretty miserable. I slept a ton. Couldn't eat anything. And I was bloated beyond belief. I was convinced it was a girl," adding, "My second trimester (gosh it's gone by SO fast!) has been a lot better. Less bloat. More appetite, and I feel like I am moving and feeling good this time around! Now I think it's a boy."