Little People, Big World‘s Lilah Roloff has a medical issue that causes her eyes to function improperly. Her mother, Tori Roloff, said that her problem basically equals being crosseyed.
Little People, Big World: Lilah Roloff Deals with Challenges Developing
TLC’s Lilah Roloff has had the hearts of viewers since day one. When the Little People, Big World cutie came onto the scene, it was obvious that she won the sweetheart award. But that didn’t mean that her life wouldn’t be without challenges.
Lilah’s mom, Tori Roloff, cried when she found out her daughter had dwarfism. But she knew what she was dealing with because her son, Jackson Roloff, also has dwarfism. With Lilah Roloff of Little People, Big World having a larger head than average children, it made it hard for her to do certain things.
Lilah was behind on rolling, crawling, and sitting up, but she has those down now. Despite knowing how to do these things, Little People, Big World sweetheart Lilah Roloff would rather stay on her back and look over her head. Tori said that she is proud of her daughter’s accomplishments and that she’s going at her own pace.
Lilah Looks Adorable in New Glasses
Tori Roloff told Little People, Big World fans that “girlsie got herself some new accessories.” The reason she got these new glasses was because she has something called strabismus. Tori said that means that her little dear has crossed eyes.
Lilah has had this problem since birth, but her parents didn’t know that it was a “thing.” But apparently, it is something that glasses can help with. Tori and Zach called Lilah their crossed eyed beauty queen.
Lilah has vision that is better than 20/20, but they hope the glasses will fix the lazy eye. The goal is to keep from getting surgery on her eye. And it seems like they are hopeful this strategy will work for the LPBW star.
Little People, Big World: Doing Their Best with 2020
The last year has been a rough year for everyone, but Lilah had her own unique challenges. Tori noticed she was sick and wouldn’t let up on the doctors until they found out what it was. It turns out the Little People, Big World celeb had RSV and Influenza A.
Matt Roloff told Tori she was a great mom and that her mother’s intuition was a real thing. Viewers of Little People, Big World were glad to learn that Lilah was doing well in real-time. But this new information about possible eye surgery in the future makes viewers sad.
Tori told viewers she was frustrated about how this year has gone so far. She said she feels bad for Lilah Roloff and for Jackson. But everyone agrees that it is nice to have the farm to take the kids to play.
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