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Matt Roloff uses cute trick to feed grandson Jackson

Jul 18, 2018
03:12 A.M.
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Little People, Big People star Matt Roloff's added his touch to the classic feeding technique when he fed his grandson, Baby Jackson.

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56-year-old Matt Roloff shared a memorable bonding session with his one-year-old grandson Baby Jackson on Instagram on Sunday, July 15.

Roloff captioned the video with 'Mac and cheese food train' as he used the classic choo-choo train technique to feed Jackson. He added his own style to the renowned trick and successfully engaged the one-year-old in relishing his meal.

Roloff added a variety of sound effects to distract Jackson as he fed him with a bowl of Mac and Cheese. Jackson high-energy babbling also encouraged the toddler to sway to the rhythmic beat.

Read more about the Roloff family on our Twitter account @amomama_usa. 

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Roloff was enjoying some quality family time in Oregon with Tori Roloff, Zach Roloff, his girlfriend Caryn Chandler, and their fluffy pet puppy Murphy.

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Fans were impressed at Roloff's grandfather skills and barraged the video with complimenting comments. User Sandra Barret said that Roloff pride towards Baby Jackson was unmissable in the video.

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Another user, Linda Pierce, said that the video was very cute displaying the grandfather-grandson bond. She added that Jackson was growing very fast and anticipated him following his grandfather's footsteps and becoming a farmer soon.

Another follower, Kimberly Feinberg, said that Jackson was the most adorable baby. She requested the Roloff family to continue posting updates of the next-generation members and said that she loved watching them grow up.

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Netizen Deb Flores was awed by Roloff's grandfather skills and said that he was one of the cutest grandfathers out there. She called Roloff a 'sweet little guy' and sent lots of love to the family.

As reported by In Touch Weekly, Matt recently revealed that he returned to Oregon to keep up with his pumpkin patch. He said that although he purchased a property in Arizona, he was not ready to let go of his farm.

 

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