Little People Big World: Lilah Roloff Shows Off New Move

Little People, Big World: Lilah Roloff Shows Off New Move

Tori Roloff always knew that Lilah Roloff of Little People Big World wouldn’t be on track with other babies. In fact, when the doctor told Tori Roloff that Lilah had dwarfism, she cried. It wasn’t that Tori Roloff didn’t know what she was getting into because her son Jackson Roloff and her husband Zach Roloff also have dwarfism.

When Lilah was born, Tori Roloff was happy to see that Lilah was doing well medically. But only because things started well for the Little People Big World sweetheart, she didn’t get her hopes up too high. And Lilah Roloff has dealt with challenges that other babies don’t have to worry about.

Rolling over was a big challenge for Lilah from Little People, Big World, because her head got in the way. Another challenge was pushing and crawling up because her upper body had to develop enough strength to hold her head up. But fortunately, she’s past those milestones and moving on to new ones.

Little People, Big World: Lilah Roloff Shows Off New Move

TLC’s Lilah has shown a lot lately. Recently Tori played with the LPBW on the bed, and she moved up to the standing position. Both Tori Roloff and her daughter were proud and Lilah looked like she was having a lot of fun.

Tori Roloff called this new movement a “party trick”, and the fans said it was a good one. Viewers of Little People, Big World are happy that Lilah is doing something new. And some think she will follow Jackson soon.

Lilah got a lot of attention recently because she was sitting in a big girl chair for the first time. The Little People, Big World family went out for dinner, and she was able to sit in her chair without any worries. Tori Roloff said, “I don’t cry. You’re crying.”

Written by Christine Cohan

Christine Cohan is a US Reality TV/Entertainment Writer with theworldnewsdaily.


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