The Roloff family is getting bigger!
The “Little People, Big World” clan welcomed their youngest member over the weekend after Jeremy and Audrey Roloff gave birth to their third child, a healthy baby boy!
The wonderful news was shared by thrilled mother Audrey, who took to Instagram to share heartwarming photos of the bundle of joy.
In the first slide, the sweet parents, Jeremy and Audrey, planted kisses on the little one who was dressed in an adorable white onesie with half-moon designs.
Audrey gave fans a closer look at the newborn in subsequent slides and included a heart-melting video of him peacefully asleep. In the accompanying caption, the reality star wrote:
It’s a BOY!!!💙Welcome to the world Radley Knight Roloff. Born 11.8.21 at 6:32 am 9.1 lbs 21.5 in and born en caul which was wild! I can’t wait to share his birth story with you soon.
The now mother-of-three wrote that she and Jeremy “are so grateful to God” for answering specific requests for the delivery. Finally, Audrey concluded, noting that she had been praying for “harmony” during the labor, and it was nothing short of that.
The comments section was soon flooded with congratulatory messages to the couple. Fans couldn’t help but gush about how adorable and precious the infant looked.
Baby Radley joins big brother Bode James, 1, and big sister Ember Jean, 4. The lovebirds first shared that they were expecting in July and Audrey was open with fans throughout her pregnancy.
‘Little People, Big World’s Amy Roloff Is Married
For the Roloff family, this year has been one filled with celebrations. Baby Radley’s arrival comes months after his famous grandmother Amy Roloff tied the knot to Chris Marek.
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The matriarch and Marek walked down the aisle at Roloff Farms in Hillsboro, Oregon, in a lovely outdoor ceremony. Amy stunned in a gorgeous Justin Alexander dress.
The newlyweds met in 2016, a year after Amy filed for divorce from Matt Roloff after more than two decades of marriage. After about three years of dating, Marek popped the question in September 2019.
The couple was due to wed in 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic affected their plans and caused them to postpone to 2021. The glamorous wedding was a complete family affair, with Amy’s grandchildren having important roles to play on her big day.
Now more than two months after their nuptials, fans will get a closer look at the ceremony and the challenges they faced leading up to the big day in a two-hour special on TLC.