Please don’t put him on the naughty list, Santa! Jackson Roloff is one of our favorite celebrity babies, but when it came time for him to meet Ol’ Saint Nick, he had a little bit of a freakout. According to mom Tori Roloff, he nearly hurt himself trying to get away — and we’re just hoping Father Christmas won’t hold it against him. On Sunday, December 1, the Little People, Big World star revealed that things didn’t exactly go to plan when she took her family for their first holiday outing of the season.
“[We] BARELY survived getting our Christmas tree today,” Tori, 28, told fans while sharing some adorable family photos. “[We] did not dress for snow or rain. Mom couldn’t walk well in the snow. Jackson wanted nothing to do with Santa Claus and almost gave himself a concussion trying to get away. Really, the only one who held it together was Lilah girl (and dad). Big parenting lesson today … But we did it. Got our tree. Now to sleep the rest of the day away. LOL.”
At least they got a good picture while out and about, right? Santa may not be in it, but we can see the snow and fir trees behind them, and it looks like Christmas to us! In other shots the family shared, Tori, Jackson and Lilah cuddled up close in front of some firewood — but they looked more chilly than anything else. And in a solo shot, Baby J looked less than happy to be there. But at least they got their tree! “Looks great. Little full. Lotta sap,” the mom of two captioned the shot she revealed on her Instagram Story.
The good news is that, despite the holiday fail, things have been going pretty well for Tori and Zach, 29, now that they’re a family of four. On November 26, the photographer revealed that she had the “perfect night” with her two little ones. And Jackson is having no trouble adjusting to being a big brother. He’s even happy to share his dog with his little sister. “Durph’s got a new friend,” the mama shared, revealing her son “doesn’t mind” being part of a trio these days. Now that’s what we call love.
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