Future dads, take notes.
“I think it’s been a teamwork learning process,” says Zach, 26. “The more trials you go through, the more depth you have in a relationship. I have to be attentive — I want to help her, I want to be there for her, try to make her as comfortable as possible.”
As the two get ready to take their dog Sully out for a walk, Zach sweetly crouches down to help tie Tori’s shoelaces.
“We’re so helpless, Sully,” she says. “He’s got to put your harness on and he’s got to tie my shoes!”
“You’re so good to me,” she adds, turning to Zach and kissing him.
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And shoes aren’t the only thing Zach has been helping Tori with during her pregnancy.
“There are mornings that I just flat-out can’t put my pants on,” she admits. “I’m like: ‘Hey Zach, can you help me?’ It takes a lot for me to have to let go of that — I have to ask for help. That’s been a huge adjustment for me.”
As the two head out on their walk, Tori asks Zach what the most difficult part of the pregnancy has been for him.
“Honestly, I don’t like you being uncomfortable,” he tells her.
“All of my organs are starting to get crushed right now — my lungs,” she says. “It’s a lot harder to catch your breath.”
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And at the end of the day, Tori has no problem admitting that pregnancy hasn’t been as blissful as she initially expected.
“I always thought I was going to be that zen woman that’s just like, ‘Pregnancy is amazing and I love it!’ ” she says with a laugh. “[I thought] I was just going to adore being pregnant — and no, I don’t.”
Little People, Big World airs Tuesdays (9 p.m. ET) on TLC.