Over the course of the last five months, the star's of TLC's “Little People, Big World” revealed some good news.

Not only are Zach Roloff and his wife, Tori Roloff, expecting a baby boy:

But his twin Jeremy Roloff and his wife, Audrey Roloff, are expecting a baby girl:

Even their middle sibling, Molly Roloff, announced her engagement to her longtime boyfriend.

Yet, despite all the good news, Zach is having concerns about his unborn son. Specifically, whether or not his son will be a little person.

In a sneak peek given to Us Weekly, Zach can be heard talking with Jeremy about whether or not he plans to find out if his child is a little person before he is born.

Jeremy admitted while in a confessional during the sneak peek that watching Zach grow up and deal with the struggles little people can go through was “really, really tough.”

Zach was pretty vocal about the concern he has regarding his son potentially being a little person:

“What am I going to say? Oh yeah, I want a dwarf baby. I can't wait for that kid to be bullied.”

The clip then fast-forwards to a moment with Zach and his mom, Amy Roloff, sitting in the kitchen.

Zach proceeds to tell his mom what he and Tori saw on their most recent ultrasound:

“We went to the doctor's yesterday. It's not for sure, but all the limbs are measuring below average.”

Amy's facial expression immediately went to one of concern.

She admitted during her own confessional that not knowing what the future holds is alarming:

“Their latest ultrasound, it's very scary because you just don't know what the future holds.”

Zach also revealed his concern when he first announced Tori was pregnant, saying that he was “super curious” to find out if their child will be born with some form of dwarfism.

The 26-year-old also admitted that learning whether or not his son has dwarfism will be “a super emotional time” for him.

Zach and Tori's son is expected to make his appearance into the world sometime in May.

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