This just in: do not, we repeat, do not send Jackson Roloff a holiday letter next year. Apparently, he’s not a huge fan of greeting cards. Who knew? The Little People, Big World star responded to the card his mom, Tori Roloff, gave him on Valentine’s Day by tossing it aside and going about his day, according to a video Tori shared to Instagram on February 14. How rude! Check out the hilarious video above, and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel.
Tori, 27, appeared to have started the holiday by getting Jackson a singing stuffed animal, which is arguably a fun, appropriate gift for a toddler. “It was my goal to find the most obnoxious valentines. He loves it,” she wrote on a video of little Jackson rockin’ out to the music. But when it came to what was likely a very sweet card his mama got him for the holiday, the 21-month-old was severely unimpressed. Seriously, see the moment for yourself in the clip. Jackson is not about that life, mom! It’s chocolate and dancing toys or nothing!
Tori was obviously excited to give her son the card, but he clearly lost interest very quickly. To be fair, he did start to open it, but basically glanced at it for a second, looked at his mom, then dropped it on the ground and walked away. If that’s not an absolute rejection of a Valentine’s Day present, we don’t know what is.
No word yet on whether Zach Roloff and Tori got anything for each other to celebrate the holiday. Maybe Zach also hates greeting cards, and that disinterest runs in the family. People have their quirks — we get it.
Do you think Jackson got any other Valentine’s Day gifts from his grandparents, Matt and Amy Roloff? Even if he did, we have a feeling that musical stuffed animal will continue to steal the show and Jackson’s heart. The kid loves to dance, after all!