“Little People, Big World” has returned to TLC after a long hiatus. The Roloff family has experienced a lot of changes since the last season. Two grandbabies have been born and Molly got married since we last saw this family on our televisions. There is a lot of catching up to do.
Tori and Zach have been rather open about parenthood. They have been sharing pictures of Jackson since his birth last year. Now that the show has returned, they are able to go into more detail about their rollercoaster ride becoming new parents.
They have some different challenges to face since Jackson is a little person. Zach understands the medical and social issues that his son will face. No parent wants their child to have to face obstacles, but Zach understands this is part of life and the reality of the situation.
These new parents are thrilled with their little boy who is growing so quickly. In the video below, they discuss Tori’s challenges with breastfeeding Jackson and Zach’s first time celebrating Father’s Day.
Jackson is now 11 months old! Tori shared an Instagram post commemorating the occasion. In just one short month, he will be celebrating his first birthday! Time really flies that first year. She shares in the post below that he’s now 20 pounds and pulling himself up and trying to walk!
How is it possible that this guy is going to be 1 in one month. I’m dying. What a blessing this kid is. Jackson is pulling himself up and is determined to start walking. ?? He is loving books ? He had his first Easter with lots of special friends and family? He is eating… everything ? No new teeth this month ? Finally hit 20 pounds! ??♀️ Jackson’s personality has really come alive this month. He’s so comical and playful. I am constantly growing more and more in love with him and he keeps everyone around him smiling. Love you so much bud! Let the 1st birthday party plans begin! ????? #zandtpartyofthree #babyjroloff Also. Ps. Thank goodness we only have one more of these photo shoots because he keeps stealing my props. ??♀️
Fans are also watching as Amy and Matt continue adjusting to their new normal of being divorced after 27 years of marriage. Amy was honest about how challenging it is being business partners with her ex-husband who is dating one of the employees.
“Caryn is an employee and in a personal relationship with my ex-husband, so it is still hard to invite Caryn to some of the family events. I’d rather minimize the personal interaction. It’s not healthy for me,” Amy said. “Even though it’s a challenge with Matt and I living on the farm together, being divorced but still business partners, we are still doing our best to communicate with one another.”
Despite all the changes, Matt and Amy are seeking to have a good relationship for the benefit of their children and grandchildren.
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