Hi, thanks for using JustAnswer.com. Please remember, I do not get paid for my time and expertise until you accept. The lines are likely slightly obstructed and will need to be cleaned. They make a special orifice cleaning kit, but you will likely not have one. If you are not comfortable with gas, you may consider having a tech come out and clean them for you.
I appreciate what you said about a technician to look at the stove gas lines and cleaning them. It is not a question of not being comfortable with the gas smell. I know that it is dangerous to inhale at all.
Correct, if you are comfortable proceeding, we surely can! Since I doubt you have an orifice cleaning tool, you can make one. Strip the insulation from a piece of wire and separate the wire strands until you have one or two strands together. Use those strands to insert into the pilot orifices and clean any obstructions from them. Relight the pilots and see if they are any larger.