Little People, Big World‘s Lilah Roloff recently got new glasses. But in a matter of days, she already got new frames for the glasses. And fans say they look very classy on her.
Little People, Big World: Lilah Roloff Deals with Development Issues
When Tori Roloff found out Lilah Roloff had dwarfism, she cried. Her son, Jackson Roloff, lives with the same thing, as well as her husband, Zach Roloff. Little People, Big World star Tori said she knew what she was in for and that this might mean serious medical problems for Lilah.
Thankfully, Lilah Roloff hasn’t dealt with a lot of major medical issues. In fact, the Little People, Big World family is grateful for the health of their family. Zach had a lot of problems as a child, and the young family hopes it won’t be the same for Lilah or Jackson.
Even though Lilah Roloff doesn’t have major issues, she does lag behind in some of her development. It took her quite a while to sit up on her own and to crawl. But now she is making a lot of progress.
Lilah Looks Like a Star
LPBW cutie Lilah Roloff recently got glasses to correct her crossed eyes. Her parents said Lilah is their cross-eyed beauty queen. But when they said that, they didn’t know it was a real problem for the little one.
Lilah Roloff has 20/20 vision, but she needs the glasses to try to fix the crossing of the eyes. If the Little People, Big World sweetheart doesn’t improve, she might have to have surgery on her eyes. Tori told fans that this year had been a rough one on the family. And many people think it might have to do with the issues with Lilah’s eyes.
Even though Lilah needs these guys for medical reasons, she is going to use them for fashion as well. The first pair of glasses she had were pink, but the new glasses look so grown up. Viewers of Little People, Big World say Lilah looks classy and that mom did a good job on the glasses.
Little People, Big World: Preparing for the Future
Lilah’s parents understand that there may be bigger challenges on the way. But it seems like the Little People, Big World is keeping calm and taking one challenge at a time. Some people wonder if they are moving to the farm since the latest episodes of the show let viewers see Zach throwing his hat in the ring.
Fans of Little People, Big World said the family inspires them, and they wish them the best. The Roloff family has been on TLC for over a decade, and it often feels like they are part of the family. And when viewers see the family doing their best, they want to cheer them on.
Pumpkin season is over for the year, and many of the Little People, Big World viewers came out to show their support. It seems like, despite the pandemic, the season was a success.
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