Proud mother-of-one Audrey Roloff melted fans' hearts with her latest photo of adorable 1-year-old Ember walking hand-in-hand with cousin Jackson.
Audrey Roloff shared the sweetest picture of her daughter Ember and her brother's son Jackson on her Instagram this week, captioning it:
"I. CAN. NOT. [three crying emojis] These two are just the sweetest cousins [heart emoji.] Also, feeling super thankful for uncle Zach and aunt Tori for watching our girlsie while we are in Texas working on some exciting things for #ALoveLetterLife."
Audrey added that she is "literally living for all the photos and videos of the cousins playing," admitting that she will be framing all the photos shared.
The snaps were taken by Ember's aunt, the talented photographer Tori Roloff, who is married to Amber's brother Zach.
The only place to catch glimpses of the adorable Ember now is on Audrey's social media posts. The couple was an integral part of the show for 14 years, appeared in 17 seasons and more than 300 episodes.
At the time, Jeremey explained that the show was an "amazing run," but they will be moving on. He said:
"We will still be supporting the family as they carry the #LPBW torch onward. This is a decision concerning Audrey and me specifically - the show must go on!"
He assured his followers that they wouldn't disappear completely and added that they have "exciting stuff in the works."
Besides "A Love Letter Life," they are also dedicated to "doing the Lord's work," and focusing on their upcoming "Beating50percent" projects and events.
"Again, we thank you, and always enjoy when we get a chance to meet one of you. Whether it be in the airport, on the street, at pumpkin season or at one of our upcoming Beating50percent events!"
Audrey will now also have time for some of her hobbies and favorite activities, such as jogging and spending quality time with her loved ones.
The couple is also busy writing a book about their love story. It will include tales from their "dating journey" as well as all the "up and downs and ins and outs" along the way.