LITTLE People’s Tori Roloff has shared a rare video of her newborn son, Josiah.
The 2-month-old is already trying to roll over, his proud mom revealed to her social media followers.
Taking to her Instagram Stories, 31-year-old Tori gave her fans an update on baby Josiah, this time with a series of video clips.
She showed the tot wriggling around on the sofa wearing a diaper as she held his tiny hand.
“Just my not-even two-month-old trying to roll over,” wrote Tori.
In the following clip, Josiah cooed adorably.
The TLC star shared a heart-face emoji as she added: “That little voice!”
Tori also posted a picture of her husband Zach, 32, holding his baby son in his arms.
“What?! Stop growing!” she wrote, commenting on Josiah’s increasing size.
Tori then revealed that she was sick with “a clogged duct” which had left her “feeling terrible”, but that she was “soaking in snuggles” with her baby.
Tori gave birth to her third child on April 30, 2022, earlier than expected.
Along with Josiah and five-year-old Jackson, Tori shares a daughter, Lilah, two, with Zach.
Since welcoming the newborn, the mom-of-three has been keeping her followers updated with adorable pictures.
Earlier this month, she shared a cute photo of the baby falling asleep in his crib after she struggled to get him settled.
In the accompanying text, Tori wrote: “I just want to squeeze him!”
She continued: “He’s by far my easiest when it comes to burping or getting bubbles out but something this afternoon is bugging him.”
“He’s also growing up so much I can’t stand it!”
Tori told her followers that Josiah is now big enough to wear some of his older brother Jackson’s baby clothes.
In May 2022, the parents revealed that their newborn has the condition of achondroplasia, commonly known as dwarfism.
In an exclusive interview with US Weekly, the parents shared the news of their son’s genetic condition.
“He has achondroplasia, but he’s not, like, Josiah the achondroplasia,” Zach explained, as the pair insisted that the diagnosis doesn’t define the newborn’s identity.
Tori added: “Just like I’m Tori, I have brown hair. I’m not a brunette – like, that’s not how I would classify myself.”
The Roloff family is very familiar with the condition of achondroplasia, as Zach and his parents, Amy and Matt Roloff, also have dwarfism.
Tori, however, does not.