Little People, Big World’s Jackson and little sister Lilah are now both very mobile and that can be burdensome for the adults in their lives – including Grandma Amy Roloff. While Lilah can’t move as fast as Jackson Roloff, she’s more mobile every day.
When Lilah from Little People, Big World first came into the picture, Jackson Roloff wasn’t sure about her. When Jackson came to the hospital to see Lilah Roloff, he didn’t want to see her. Zach Roloff and his wife Tori Roloff were not worried about his age and surroundings.
Now, if you look ahead and look at Jackson and his sister’s relationship with Little People, Big World-it’s adorable. Jackson Roloff reads to his sister and when she learned to sit, he did his best to help her. And let’s not forget the endless pictures he poses with his sister for.
Tori Roloff said that Jackson doesn’t like to take pictures. In fact, she said she did it with the Little People, Big World star, because she always had a camera in his face. But it seems that he got used to it again, because we have lots of cute pictures of Jackson Roloff and his sister Lilah Roloff, the littlest stars of LPBW.
Little People, Big World: Lilah Developing Beautifully
Little People, Big World parents Tori and her husband Zach foresaw some delays with Lilah. Children with dwarfism often face challenges. And Tori Roloff was worried that Lilah wouldn’t reach some of the milestones she would otherwise reach at her age. Plus, Zach Roloff had his personal perspective
However, Lilah Roloff of LPBW is doing well with her development, even if it is a bit behind the average. She can sit down now, even though Little People, Big World sweetheart Lilah would rather lie above her head and watch. Tori Roloff said she gives herself a bald spot by lying on the floor.
Another big point was that Lilah Roloff said her first words. Little People, Big World fans laughed that her first word was “Lilah”. Tori Roloff said it made sense because she likes herself so much and is so cute. In fact, recent pictures of Lilah and brother Jackson in their Halloween outfits made their grandmother Amy Roloff say they were “too much”.