Little People, Big World star Zach Roloff is, undoubtedly, a jack of all trades. The husband of Tori Roloff has a wide variety of skills, which fans find impressive.
Recently, Zach proved once again that he could do anything he set his mind to. The soon-to-be father of three will soon get the chance to showcase the other side of him, exciting many of his supporters.
Little People, Big World: Zach Roloff Has Hands Full Ahead of Baby's Arrival
Zach Roloff is days away from welcoming his and Tori Roloff's third child, but that doesn't slow him down a bit. The LPBW star keeps himself busy, juggling his tasks and preparation for the baby's arrival.
Zach has his hands full, helping Tori during her pregnancy. He's also spending a lot of time with his kids, Jackson and Lilah.
Of course, Zach Roloff is preparing the house for baby no. 3. The Little People, Big World star has been sprucing up their new home with DIY projects.
Zach Takes Part in Momentous Event
Aside from his busy family life, Zach Roloff has been active with his passion — sports. The LPBW celeb recently revealed that he's taking part in a special sporting event dedicated to people with dwarfism.
In an Instagram post, Zach shared a group photo with his fellow athletes. The TLC star, who was proudly wearing his medal, invited interested athletes to join this year's Dwarf Athletic Association of America (DAAA) National Games.
Zach is expected to showcase his skills in soccer. Other sports included in DAAA are basketball, bocce, volleyball, flag football, swimming, badminton, and rowing clinic.
The momentous tournament is extra special for Zach Roloff this year as it is set to take place in Spokane, Washington. Earlier this year, the Little People, Big World star, and his family moved out of the farm and relocated to Washington. The week-long event will commence on July 1 to July 7.
LPBW: The Other Side of Zach
Zach Roloff has always been into sports despite his condition. The Little People, Big World star used to play for his school's team. As an adult, he took skills to a more professional level, working as a soccer instructor.
Previously, Tori Roloff revealed that Zach is working hard to make "dwarf athletics" part of the US Soccer. This is definitely an important initiative, especially for the dwarves' community.
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