"Little People, Big World" stars Jeremy Roloff and Audrey Roloff are officially parents when they welcomed their first-born, a girl, they named Ember. In the photos shared by Us Weekly, the new parents are thrilled and delighted as their family starts to grow with the arrival of their bundle of joy. Jeremy and Audrey opened up about their adorable baby and their plans as a family.

Jeremy and Audrey talks about daughter Ember

According to the “LPBW” stars, they chose the name, Ember, because campfires have been significant in their love story. Campfire is the couple's go-to-date night, and they wanted to remind themselves about it through their baby.

The word "ember" means a small piece of burning or glowing coal or wood in a dying fire.

Jeremy and Audrey welcomed Ember on September 10. According to the pair, she was 11 days behind her due date. But Audrey and Jeremy took it well as their extra time together knowing that their lives would never be the same again when their baby arrives. According to Audrey, at the time all Ember does is sleep and feed. The new mom took it as a great opportunity to watch her, observe how she physically evolves and spots her mannerism. She enjoys watching her little one.

Since Jeremy's family has dwarfism, many are concerned if their child would also be a little person or LP. Chances are high that Ember will not suffer the condition.

Although Jeremy carries the gene, it is recessive. Meaning, Audrey has to carry the same gene to make it possible for their daughter to have the condition. Audrey is not sure of any dwarfism in her family. The doctor told them that it's nearly impossible for their children to be little people.

Meanwhile, it's a different case for his brother, Zach Roloff.

When Zach and wife, Tori Roloff, welcomed their son, Jackson, the doctors told them that the baby's limbs were shorter than average. This caused concern, especially to the first-time dad. In an emotional video, Zach admitted that he doesn't know what to say. "What am I going to say? 'Oh yeah, I want a dwarf baby!'" he said.

"[Or] 'I can't wait for that kid to be bullied'?"

Audrey Roloff shares postpartum struggles

On Sunday, Audrey will share her struggles after giving birth. The reality star is going through postpartum depression, and for her, the experience is as difficult as being in labor. Audrey is suffering from mastitis, an inflammation of the breasts which makes breastfeeding difficult. This condition is common among breastfeeding moms, but the first-time mom felt that she is failing her baby and this left her feeling frustrated and discouraged.

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