Who’s cutting onions in here?! Jeremy Roloff posted a photo of himself and his brother, Zach Roloff, playing their favorite childhood games with their kids, and we’re seriously crying. How precious is this? Check out the sweet photo in the video above, and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel!

Jeremy posted to his Instagram account, “Backgammon and chess. The only two board games I remember playing as a child. It’s special being able to play them still with my twin and now in front of our children. What’s your favorite game for wintertime? We need some recommendations.” And sure enough, in the photo he shared, Jeremy and Zach are hanging out with Zach’s son, Jackson, and Jeremy’s little girl, Ember. Both the kids seem totally focused on the games their dads are playing — a sure sign that Jeremy and Zach will have some intense competition playing their favorite games when their kids are a little older.


People in the comments had all sorts of recommendations for Jeremy. For instance, Trouble, Sorry, and Scrabble were a few popular choices. Settlers of Catan was sort of a surprising option that several people offered up. Yahtzee and Uno were other classic recommendations, but more contemporary games like Apples to Apples and The Game of Things were also brought up in a few of the replies.

Mostly, people were just loving this candid, lovely photo of the brothers with the next generation of Roloff kids. It’s no secret that these Roloff brothers are close, and Tori Roloff did recently express how thankful she is that her son Jackson and his cousin will be able to grow up together and that they’re so close in age.

But Little People, Big World fans don’t always get these special glimpses into what the twins and their kids do when they’re spending time together — and there’ll be less of a chance for them to see these moments on the reality show, since Jeremy and his wife, Audrey, quit the series in July. That makes the photo Jeremy shared seem even more priceless.

Maybe one day, Jackson and Ember will grow up to be chess champs — if Jackson’s soccer career doesn’t take off, of course.

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