"Little People, Big World" alum Audrey Roloff took to social media recently to share family photos from the Easter celebration. Of course, that includes the new addition of their family, baby Bode James.
"We loved celebrating resurrection Sunday yesterday," Audrey captioned the Instagram post. "He lives! All honor and power are His all glory forever amen, JESUS LIVES! He is our living hope."
In one photograph, Audrey is seen carrying her eldest child, daughter Ember Jean. His husband, Jeremy, on the other hand, is carrying their newborn son Bode.
Audrey Roloff celebrates her new book 'A Love Letter Life' at Barnes & Noble at The Grove on April 10, 2019 in Los Angeles, California | Photo: Getty Images
Last December, Audrey shared pictures from a maternity photo shoot to Instagram, as reported by PEOPLE. She is seen sitting on her bed in a black bralette and shorts, holding her growing baby bump in two of the images.
"Finally snapped a few pics of the bump while baby boy is still cozy inside??" she captioned the series of photos. "Pregnancy is really just a remarkable experience."
In her post, Audrey said that "to carry our baby on the inside" is such a blessing. She also shared how excited she was to carry her baby boy "on the outside soon."
On January 8, baby Bode was born weighing nine lbs., two oz., and measured 21 inches long, PEOPLE reported. Audrey announced his birth on Instagram.
In July 2018, the family said goodbye to the Roloffs' reality show, "Little People, Big World."
Bode joins big sister Ember, whom Jeremy and Audrey welcomed in September 2017. As reported by PEOPLE, Audrey got candid about the struggles in her marriage with Jeremy in June 2019.
The couple tied the knot in September 2014. In an Instagram post, Audrey revealed that they "fight, struggle, cry, and face challenges just like anyone."
She concluded her post with "if you're comparing your life, marriage, kids, house, job, body, etc. to what you see on Instagram, remember it's NOT the full picture."
In July 2018, the family said goodbye to the Roloffs' reality show, "Little People, Big World." They have been a part of that popular TLC series for 14 years.