Zach and Tori Roloffandlsquo;s son and daughter were both born with achondroplasia (the most common form of dwarfism), but the Little People, Big World stars say that they donandrsquo;t want dwarfism to be their childrenandrsquo;s sole identity. andldquo;Itandrsquo;s obviously a part of them, but we donandrsquo;t want dwarfism to define our children,andrdquo; Zach says in the latest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday. andldquo;When heandrsquo;s running with the other kids, heandrsquo;s a little slower than the rest. I want to build that resilience and mental toughness in him early so heandrsquo;s able to overcome later challenges, especially when heandrsquo;s at school and doesnandrsquo;t have Mom and Dad around.andrdquo; RELATED:andnbsp; Tori Roloff Confirms Daughter Lilah Is a Little Person, Explains C-Section Was Due to andlsquo;Dwarfismandrsquo; View this post on Instagram Day 4 of social distancing and mom makes us wear matching outfits for no reason. Moments like this remind me to keep up my spirits and Iandrsquo;m thankful for a husband that knows when to give me a break (heandrsquo;s currently on a drive with girlsie) and for Jackson who asks me to hold andldquo;baby Lilah Rayandrdquo; now.
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