The content we deserve! Little People, Big World star Tori Roloff took to her Instagram Story to share a hilarious video of her son, Jackson Roloff, on Wednesday, March 11. The 2-year-old can be seen enjoying meal time sans clothing, and honestly, we’re so jealous.
“We may never get through lunch,” the 28-year-old mom of two captioned the clip. It looks like Jackson was really enjoying his meal, considering he took a break to raise the roof. The toddler decided to dine topless — we assume his decision was strategic to avoid staining his threads. Smart move!
Tori often takes to social media to highlight her children’s most adorable moments. On Tuesday, March 10, the proud mom showed her followers how much her 3-month-old daughter, Lilah, enjoys a little R&R. “Someone loves her bath time,” the reality star captioned a clip of the baby girl soaking in the tub. “I love her little leg movements!” she added as Lilah splashed around. Her tummy and legs rolls were on full display, giving us cuteness overload.
Prior to Lilah’s sweet bath time video, Tori shared a major milestone for the baby girl. “Are you actually kidding me?! This happy bean slept in her crib last night!! My mama heart is so proud and sad all at the same time!!” she wrote via Instagram on March 6. “How has she grown so much already?! Her personality is really starting to shine and I freaking love it. Also, I’m glad she seems to be taking after the rest of her family and appreciates sleep (sometimes)!”
Since the family welcomed Lilah in November 2019, Jackson has slowly been warming up to his new role as a big brother. “He’s been a little standoffish and only wants to admire her from afar,” Tori said in December, adding that getting him to touch is his sister took a little convincing. The mama was proud to report they were “making some good sibling progress” in January 2020. Later in the month, Tori shared a heartwarming video of Jackson yelling “Baby Lilah, yay!” We have a feeling these siblings are going to grow up to be best friends.
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