The patriach of the Roloff family is having a hard time keeping up with the tech savvy nature of Instagram and he isn't afraid to tell his fans.
The "LPBW" star shared a celebratory Instagram post on his birthday, which happened on Oct 7, but accidentally turned off comments on the post.
Matt's blunder got a lot of attention from his followers and press as they wondered why he wouldn't want comments on his cute picture.
There were speculations he did so to avoid hurtful and judgmental comments, as noted by PopCulture.
The star had suffered online scrutiny for his divorce and new relationship with Caryn Chandler, so it is no surprise that he would opt for turning off comments.
However, the TLC star cleared the air and jokingly wrote he was still rusty at navigating Instagram.
That was a relief because the photo of himself with his girlfriend, Caryn Chandler and his two grand-kids in an outdoor vehicle on the farm was the cutest thing ever!
The kids looked preoccupied with their juice pack, while Matt smiled for the camera.
He accompanied the image with a reflective and thankful caption, that encompassed his family and how much joy they give him as he celebrates his birthday.
"Today I am reminded just how blessed by God I really am. I woke this morning to a slew of text wishing me a very loved and Happy Birthday from my family and friends."
He continued, writing about how blessed he was to have so much love on his birthday, especially from Caryn who shows him love every other day of the year.
The 58-year old didn't fail tomention
that his parents had called him in the morning and sang "Happy Birthday to me".
The father of four added that all he wanted on his birthday was "another hug, kiss, high five, thumbs up and squeeze from Jackson and Ember"
Matt's good-natured explanation of his error spurred positive comments from his fans as comments and birthday wishes rolled in.
Lovers of the TLC show, "Little People, Big World" were thrilled to see the Roloffs in one shot in lovely photo uploaded to mark the Roloff Farms Pumpkin season.
Unfortunately, they noticed that Joel and Molly were the only ones missing from the photo, as gathered by Popculture.
Before their absence could raise some speculations, Matt was quick to explain in the accompanying caption that the wild schedules of the family member caused them to forget them.
He then joked about it telling fans that it would teach them a lesson to be present next year. Hopefully, they have learned their lesson!