Looks like someone’s found a new favorite toy! Jackson Roloff just got a class little red wagon from grandma Amy Roloff, and he’s become pretty much obsessed with it. Mom Tori Roloff showed off videos of him pulling it around on her Instagram story, and it’s clear the little boy is in love with his new plaything. “Thank you Grandma Roloff for this wagon!” Tori captioned the posts. “It’s our current fave.” Check out the cute clips in the video above and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.

The youngest Little People, Big World star is growing up fast. He’s been spending plenty of time with and learning from his grandparents these days, and at just one year old, he already knows his age. He’s also come so far from when he first started walking back in July. It’s clear he’s still got plenty of #babyproblems to deal with, though — like holding up his head when he’s trying to keep his balance. Recently, fans were worried about a bruise on the tiny tot’s forehead, but mom Tori solved that mystery. 

jackson roloff has a bruise on his forehead

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“For those of you asking about the bruise on his forehead, the friend sometimes has a hard time catching himself when he falls forward,” she explained on her Instagram story. “He’s got a big head… But we’re learning.” In case you didn’t get it, she clarified further. “So his forehead catches him,” she captioned the video with a shrug emoji. 

We love seeing all the quality family time the Roloffs spend together — and our favorite is when all the siblings reunite. Despite all the rumors of a feud, the Roloff boys reunited around Sept. 21 so that Jacob, Zach, and Jeremy could have some bro time. Now they just need to get sister Molly out for a visit! It’s also pretty special to see Jackson and his cousin Ember Roloff playing and going on adventures, like when they went to the zoo with their parents earlier in September. Maybe Jackson can invite her over sometime to play with his wagon — fingers crossed!

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