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Jackson and Ember Roloff Are Already #FriendshipGoals and Our Hearts Can't Deal

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Cuteness overload! Little People, Big World star Audrey Roloff took to Instagram earlier this week to share a sweet snap of her 8-month-old daughter, Ember, next to her cousin, Jackson, and it's ~almost~ too much to handle. The duo — who have been photographed together often since making their debuts into the world — celebrated Baby J's first birthday in style, rockin' a bonnet and overalls.

"I think this is the first picture of us with Jackson since he was born!" Auj captioned the series of pics. "All the pictures become OF the babies instead of WITH the babies 🙈ha! I can’t believe our nephew is already ONE! Sorry cousin Ember couldn't stay awake till the end of the party to make the photo... at least we got one photo of you guys together (swipe right) Uncle Jer and Aunt Auj will always love you bud!"

Over the weekend, proud mama Tori Roloff gave fans an update on her one-year-old. "It was exactly one year ago today at 8:00 a.m. that this perfect 9 pound, 1 ounce, 20.5 inch long baby entered our lives and changed it for the better," the 27-year-old wrote on Instagram. "This year has brought nothing but joy to our family and it’s all because of this guy right here. Taking this photo made me so emotional because it’s the last time I’ll set him down on this blanket to take his photo. The first of many things I have to let go of. My baby some how has turned into a little boy before our eyes and I have loved watching him grow."

Meanwhile, Audrey recently shared a video of her baby girl — whom she welcomed on Sept. 10 — saying "hi" for the first time, and it's the cutest! Unfortunately, it also makes us feel old AF. Slow down, kiddos!

Little People, Big World airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EST on TLC.

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