On a recent episode of Little People, Big World, Tori Roloff had a heart-to-heart conversation with her husband, Zach Roloff, about the challenges of being a mother. While Tori expressed her love for being a mom, she also shared her frustrations and the limits she sometimes faces.

Tori talked about feeling guilty when she yells or gets irritated with her children, something that many parents can relate to. She questioned Zach’s claim that he doesn’t experience “dad guilt” when he loses his patience with the kids.

Zach, realizing his mistake, admitted that he does feel guilty “now and then,” but it’s not the same guilt that Tori feels. Tori’s guilt comes from feeling like she hasn’t done enough for her children, while Zach’s guilt stems from saying or doing something inappropriate.

During a confessional, Tori explained that while she was having a lighthearted conversation with Zach, she was also being serious about her feelings. The conversation took a turn for the worse when Zach laughed after Tori mentioned that she rarely yells, which hurt her.

“To be honest, Zach, this is why I get overwhelmed,” Tori expressed her frustration.

She also told him, “Honestly, because you never give me credit for anything,” in response to his denial of her previous claim. She pointed out an incident where Zach made a comment about her making their children’s lunch “just trying to make it look cute.” Tori hoped for some appreciation from Zach but felt let down.

Tori later explained that while Zach takes care of the outside of the house, she handles the inside. She expressed her desire for Zach to give her a little more credit for her efforts. Zach responded by saying, “I give you credit, but I also hold you accountable,” explaining that it’s important to address both good and bad days.

Tori and Zach Roloff’s love story began on his family’s farm in 2010 when Zach mustered the courage to ask her out. After a proposal in April 2014, they tied the knot in July 2015 on the same farm, surrounded by over 200 guests.

Their family expanded with the birth of their first son, Jackson, in January 2017. They welcomed a daughter, Lilah Ray, in November 2019, and their son, Josiah Luke, arrived in April 2022. With three children under six, life can get chaotic in their household.

Tori recently gave an update on their youngest child, Josiah, who is seven months old. She shared that he has been through ups and downs, surviving his first flu, plane ride, and Thanksgiving. Josiah is hitting new milestones like getting two teeth, crawling and rolling everywhere, and discovering different voice levels. Tori affectionately described him as a kid they adore, with a smile that brightens their day and a cry that breaks their heart.

Motherhood is a challenging journey filled with ups and downs, and Tori’s honest conversation with Zach reminds us that all parents deserve recognition and appreciation for their efforts.