Little People, Big World cutie Lilah Ray Roloff is growing up fast. She’s just over nine months, and now a chapter of her young life is coming to a close. It’s a huge milestone for the infant. However, it’s a bittersweet moment for her mom Tori Roloff.
Little People, Big World: It’s Real Food Only For Lilah Roloff
Little People, Big World’s Lilah Roloff started to eat solid foods this summer. However, she still continued to nurse at least nightly. Gradually, TLC’s Lilah realized she enjoyed eating real food more than drinking her mom’s breast milk. It’s a natural progression. Most babies breastfeed for six months to a year. Some even continue longer. But this wasn’t the case for Lilah Roloff. She just lost interest in the “boob.”
Little People, Big World mom of two Tori Roloff, says her little girl is growing up fast. Right in front of her eyes, her little girl is becoming a big girl. Although it’s exciting to see her progress, it comes with some sadness as this bonding experience is now over.
Tori’s Breast-Feeding Journey Ends
Tori Roloff’s journey breastfeeding is now over for the Little People, Big World star. Many moms have trouble weaning their children from the breast to table food. However, Tori says her transition was natural. The other night she laid Lilah down without her night feeding, and just like that, it was over. Lilah drifted off to sleep and not a peep from her the rest of the night.
Tori Roloff says she’s going to miss this extra bonding time with her daughter. However, she’s excited about the next steps in Lilah’s journey. Certainly, Little People, Big World fans are looking forward to seeing all of Lilah’s big milestones as she grows up in front of our eyes and on our television screens.
Little People, Big World: Lilah Ray Doing Her Version of Crawling
Lilah Ray Roloff will be one year old in November. She’s hitting milestone after milestone. Lilah Roloff’s able to sit up on her own. She’s not quite crawling but sort of doing it in her own way. She scoots along as her mother calls it. Hopefully, soon she will move to a full crawl. Of course, as she gets closer to her first birthday, she might even start to walk.
Overall the Little People, Big World infant has been healthy. In fact, both she and her brother Jackson Roloff have both been spared of many of the health issues many dwarfs experience. Fingers crossed that she continues to stay this healthy and strong.
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