Tori Roloff is a proud mama, and she is not shy to let you know.
The “Little People, Big World” star, who has never shied away from sharing updates about her kids’ lives, did so again when she used two pictures to celebrate her third child, Josiah Luke’s fourth-month milestone. She shares Josiah and two other children — five-year-old Jackson Kyle and two-year-old Lilah Ray — with her husband, Zach Roloff.
Little Josiah Luke Is Four-Months-Old, and His Excited Mother Wants You To Know
In the first picture Tori uploaded to Instagram, the little guy rocks a gray-striped onesie as he lays beside a month-counter – with four leaves circling month four. Josiah placed his tiny fingers in his mouth and his legs in the air for this shot. In the next slide, the infant’s hands remained in his mouth as he sat beside a “4 months old” sign.
The mother-of-three kicked off the post’s caption by divulging that she almost “missed this photo too” as she had about two minutes and six pictures to “choose from before Si decided it was bedtime.” Luckily, she did not miss the monthly photo dump. The “LPBW” star added, “Josiah is 96th percentile for weight! He does not miss a meal!”
The tiny tot also spent time rolling around and was “SO happy (until he’s not 4)” and smiled all the time — especially for his older siblings. Additionally, Josiah loved being talked to and putting his hands in his mouth. Tori finished the caption by declaring her love for her baby boy along with two hashtags — “#josiahlukeroloff” and “#zandtpartyoffive.”
She added that he loved to eat and was yet to skip a meal. The reality star also shared that the four-month-old “is starting to appreciate bath time” and “has longer moments of alertness,” adding that “he loves to look at his family! Roloff ended the caption by voicing the family’s love for baby Josiah with the hashtags “Josiahlukeroloff” and “zandtpartyoffive.”
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The celebratory post received well over 10k likes and a barrage of compliments and well-wishes in the comment section. After declaring that Josiah was “sooo cute,” one person said they could not believe he was already four months old. Another added that the baby boy was “precious,” and a third observed that he looked just like his mother. Several other fans echoed these thoughts, and even Tori’s mother-in-law, Amy, stepped into the comments to write, “4 months already? Time is flying by.”
The Blast previously noted that Tori elicited a similar response when she posted photos of Josiah when he was still three months old on Instagram. While the first slide looked like Josiah was winking with a big smile, the second showed the tot with his tiny hand in a fist and his eyes wide open.
The last slide was a close-up shot of his beautiful face and black outfit. Tori’s caption reflected her love and admiration for her son as she gushed about finding herself “enjoying each stage so much more” with him. The 31-year-old attributed her enjoyment of Josiah’s growth to him completing her family. She also acknowledged that her clan — including Zach, Liliah, and Jackson — were “so spoiled by his love.”
The Former Teacher Lets Fans In On Her Bad Day
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In an article published by The Blast earlier this month, Tori broke down after having a rougher than usual day. The photographer opened up about her ordeal in two posts she dropped on her Instagram Story. The mother-of-three wrote in her first Story, “Ugh. Today was a slightly rough day for me. I hate when the day starts out great (I went to the gym and got coffee alone) but I just felt overstimulated all day long.”
She felt overstimulated because of the overwhelming amount of official work and house chores she had to do. Having to do all that made Tori feel like she had not spent as much time as she wanted with Zach. Thus, she told her 1.8 million followers that the day ended with Jackson “making a red choice,” which was “honestly a rare occasion for him” and having to miss out on fun stuff with dad.”
She concluded her updates, stating, “It’s all small stuff, but it adds up. All of us moms get overstimulated and touched out.” Tori also hoped her honesty would let other women “know you’re not alone.”