Ever since Zach and Tori Roloff welcomed their son Jackson into the world, “Little People, Big World” fans haven’t stopped speculating when baby number two will be announced.

The young couple became parents to their first child, Jackson Kyle, in May 2017.

The little boy quickly became a fan favorite and the apple of his parents’ eyes. Although it’s been just a little over a year since Tori became a mom, fans are already begging her and Zach to have another.

And because of that, Tori has been batting down pregnancy rumors left and right.

On October 17, the mom of one asked their fans to stop asking her and all other women if they are pregnant.

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No I’m not pregnant. Yes I love baggy clothes and food. What if I was a women who couldn’t get pregnant? What if I was a women who had body image issues? Asking a woman if she’s pregnant can be extremely damaging. Luckily I know when I get asked these questions it’s coming from a place of love. I know our fans are eager to see our family grow-as are Zach and I and our families- and you guys just want to see us make more adorable babies like baby j. However I hope you think twice about asking a woman “are you pregnant?” Or “when’s the next one coming?” You don’t know what’s going on behind closed doors in anyone’s life. I say this because time and time again I’ve watched my own friends and family struggle with having a baby and I know how much it hurts every time this question is asked. If I believed the magazine articles written about me I’ve been pregnant for the last year and a half. If and when Zach and I are blessed with another little one we will share on our own time and in our own way. We love you guys and so appreciate your love and support. No one wants to see baby j be a big brother more than I do but let’s wait patiently together! ??? #zandtpartyofthree #storyofzachandtori

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She wrote:

No I’m not pregnant. Yes I love baggy clothes and food. What if I was a [woman] who couldn’t get pregnant? What if I was a [woman] who had body image issues? Asking a woman if she’s pregnant can be extremely damaging. Luckily I know when I get asked these questions it’s coming from a place of love. I know our fans are eager to see our family grow-as are Zach and I and our families- and you guys just want to see us make more adorable babies like baby j. However I hope you think twice about asking a woman “are you pregnant?” Or “when’s the next one coming?”

You don’t know what’s going on behind closed doors in anyone’s life. I say this because time and time again I’ve watched my own friends and family struggle with having a baby and I know how much it hurts every time this question is asked. If I believed the magazine articles written about me I’ve been pregnant for the last year and a half. If and when Zach and I are blessed with another little one we will share on our own time and in our own way. We love you guys and so appreciate your love and support.

Hundreds of Instagram users applauded Tori for speaking up:

Well written, people just do not think before speaking sometimes so let’s hope they will now.

You keep being you, you should not have to explain yourself to why you wear baggy clothes to ignorant people & they just assume your pregnant. Get a life people, I guess they all believe anything they hear!

Yup, you nailed it.

Yessss I say this all the time! My husband and I are having a hard time getting pregnant. Had a miscarriage last December. But still people always ask when are you guys going to have a baby? Anything yet? Like just so damn disrespectful!

Very well said. I applaud you.

Tori continued to say that “no one wants to see baby J be a big brother more than I do but let’s wait patiently together!”

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