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‘LPBW’ Star Tori Roloff Celebrates Son Jackson's First Day In New Class

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By Afouda Bamidele on September 3, 2023 at 11:00 AM EDT

Tori Roloff is super pleased about her first child's major academic milestone! 

Everyone knows that curtains are closing on Summer break when parents and overseers start to get sentimental about the new school year, especially if their kids are moving to a new grade. In the case of the "Little People, Big World" star, her first child is heading to first Grade, and she couldn't wait to share the exciting news.

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Tori Roloff Celebrates Her Son Jackson Going To 1st Grade.

Tori took to Instagram to reveal that her baby boy's big day is finally here. In the post, the 1st grader looked happy and excited as he headed to his first day of school. Tori also covered Jackson's school name on his shirt for privacy reasons.

For the first snap, the 32-year-old's son sat by a wood pile and proudly held a sign to the camera. Jackson, via the framed poster (handwritten by an adult), stated the date(8-30-2023) and his age(6).

In a box about his dreams for the future, he also added that he wanted to be a pilot when he grew up. Jackson leaned on a bridge in the second shot and posed with his mom in the third and last post, with a white heart emoji placed over the details of the school he's heading to.

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‘LPBW’ Star Tori Roloff Celebrates Son Jackson's First Day In New Class
Instagram | Tori Roloff
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The television star captioned the post, "1st day of 1st Grade for my 1st born! Love you, J! ?." Underneath the post was bubbling with compliments. In the comment section, Jackson's grandmother, Amy Roloff, wrote:

"What? How can this be already. He looks so grown up. Jackson, I hope you have the best 1st day of 1st Grade, and you have a great year ahead. Learn all you can. I'm so proud of you."

A fan exclaimed: "S000000000000 Handsome! Wishing you [were a boy] a fantastic year ahead." "Congratulations, Jackson, I know you'll do well in the first green cause you're a smart young man," another admirer added. A third wished:

"Happy first day of school, handsome guy! Hope it was amazing ❤️ ✂️ ?." 

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The young mom — who shares Lilah and Josiah, alongside Jackson with her spouse Zack Roloff— had previously taken the festivity of her oldest son graduating his former class to social media. The mom of three posted pictures of her little one, dressed in a graduation gown and cap, and the whole family.

The first frame focuses on the Roloff clan. Tori sported a puffy-sleeve, blue-and-white, medium-length gown with her brunette hair, while Zach wore knee-length pants and a grey shirt. Her youngest son wore a blue shirt and beige-colored pants, while Lilah rocked a white gown.

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In the second snap, the reality TV star embraced her son, who was all smiles. Another showed the little graduate shaking hands on stage with a woman. One more picture saw the 1st grader with his school buddies, while the last post captured Jackson holding his certificate.

LPBW's Tori Roloff Gushes Over Son Jackson's Education Milestone
Instagram | Tori Roloff
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The social media influencer attached a lovely tribute to the pictures. It read: "SO proud of our little graduate!! ???. I have loved watching you learn and grow this year, Jackson! You rocked it tonight! Watch out, 1st Grade!"

Tori Roloff Has A Wish For Her Son Jackson

Although the TLC star's husband and three children all live with achondroplasia — the most common form of dwarfism — she wants them, particularly Jackson, to "notice he is different" in a unique way.

The former school teacher proclaimed the sentiments after the six-year-old talked to her about his difference in size. Alongside a clip of the little one scoring a goal and pictures from the soccer game, she wrote a lengthy explanation of Jackson's new reality with children his age.

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She noted that his age-group pals are starting to ask him some personal questions about his dwarfism out of pure curiosity and without any malice. Still, it bothered Jackson enough to ask her, and she handled the situation the best way she could by telling him, "That's how God made you; now show them how fast you are!"

"I WANT him to know he's different. But maybe not in the way he thinks he is," the loving mom added. Also, Tori mentioned that it is vital for Jackson to embrace his 'difference' and make the most of it instead of turning it into a crutch. Affirming this statement, she wrote:

"I pray you see your differences and use them to change the world. You are different, kid. Different than any kid I've ever met. You are one of a kind, and I am so stinking proud to be your mom."

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