Tori and Zach Roloff Give a Tour of Baby Jackson’s Nursery!
Tori and Zach Roloff have had no problem adjusting to parenthood in the week since they welcomed their baby boy, Jackson — and they’re taking the fans along for the crazy ride with their new web series, Z and T Party of Three!
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In the newest episode, the new parents give a tour of the baby’s adorable, mountain-themed nursery — which Tori actually designed herself!
“The cool thing about this, we have this mural that I painted with painters tape,” Tori said while showing off the intricate mountain design on the wall. “It’s actually really easy. Everyone thinks it’s really complicated, but it’s not.”
Some other pieces of note in the room include a plane mobile — which the new mom dubbed her “favorite thing in the entire bedroom” — a sheet that reads “I am a child of God,” gifted to the new parents by Zach’s twin Jeremy and his wife Audrey, and a stuffed animal that looks just like their beloved pup, Sully, who passed away before Jackson was born.
Tori — who has always been about doing her own thing, as noted when she and Zach couldn’t settle on a name because he wanted something more “traditional” — explained that she wanted her love for uniqueness to shine through in the nursery.
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“I’m not really a huge fan of the classic stuff you find at the baby store,” she explained of her one-of-a-kind nursery. “So I just found stuff online and other places that we could use instead.”
Even before Jackson was born, we knew that Tori and Zach would make incredible parents — and now that he’s here, they’ve continually proven it to be true!
Shortly after Jackson’s birth, Tori took to Instagram to gush about motherhood.
“My heart is so unbearably full. I’ve only spent four days with this little guy and I have fallen in love completely with him,” she wrote. “This is what I was meant to do.”
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