February 19, 2019
Tori Roloff shared a touching Instagram post dedicated to her husband and son on Valentine’s Day.
She shared a sweet photo of Zach Roloff and their 19-month-old son, Jackson, on Instagram.
"I fell in love with you the moment I knew you existed and didn’t think I could love something with such intensity."
The photo shows the father-and-son duo standing on a tree stump, with Zach reaching down to have a high-five with his little son.
In the caption, Tori wrote: “Happy valentines to my two favorite boys. First Zach: The first time we met I felt as if I’d known you for years and I have enjoyed getting to know you more each and every day."
"You are the best husband and father and I fall more in love with you every day. I love your heart and your mind and I look forward to many more valentines days with you, my valentine," she added.
Tori continued: "Jackson: I fell in love with you the moment I knew you existed and didn’t think I could love something with such intensity. I was wrong-my love has grown from the moment I laid eyes on you. You have the best personality and bring joy into our lives every single day. Happy Valentine’s Day boys.”
In the photo, Zach is dressed in a black winter coat while Jackson is wearing denim overalls over a black sweater. The candid shot has a wintery landscape in the background.
The post has received more than 40,000 likes in just four days. Dozens of their followers left kind words in the comments.
“Such a touching picture!” one commented. Another fan wrote: “That is absolutely precious!”
The “Little People, Big World” stars welcomed their son in 2017. Jackson has inherited his father’s condition.
FEARS FOR JACKSON
Zach has expressed concern over his son's health, knowing all the issues that he faced while growing up.
“We don’t want to over react and panic just because he is a little person,” Zach admitted. “I had so many health issues growing up, and if he has to go through what I did, it’s going to be hard.”
He admitted that during his childhood he faced things like leg straightening surgeries, and recurring ear infections, among other medical issues.