Just one day after the stars of “Little People, Big World” Zach and Tori Roloff celebrated their son Jackson’s second birthday; the pair made a big announcement.
On Mother’s Day, Tori shared her time with the little boy who made her a mother, her and Zach’s son Jackson who turned 2 years old on May 12.
The mom shared a series of pictures of Jackson over the last year on her Instagram story and reminisced about the milestones he hit along the way, including his first steps.
She later shared a few pictures from his birthday party:
But the big news came a day later, when Tori took to Instagram again to share another photo of their family of three—or should we say four.
That’s right, Tori and Zach are expecting their second child together.
Not only did Tori reveal she’s pregnant but she also announced that they are having a baby girl.
Zachary and I are so excited to announce that Jackson is going to be a big brother! We are expecting a sweet baby girl this November! Thank you so much for always supporting our family and loving us!
Zach and Tori’s sister-in-law, Audrey Roloff, who is married to Zach’s twin brother, Jeremy, took to the comments section to share her excitement:
Wahoooooo CANT WAIT FOR THE GIRLSIES TO HANGGGGG I’m so happy for you Tori!
Others followed suit offering their own congratulations:
Still brings tears to my eyes !!!!! Soo excited for you guys !!! Jackson is going to the best big brother !!!
Yessssss!!!!! Congrats girl! So excited for you!
Congratulations! You are a fabulous mother, and I am so excited that you are adding to your family!
Omg a girl!!! Ahhh yay! So happy for you all
AH YAY! so exited for y’all cannot wait to see her!
Zach also posted an announcement of his own:
And he is just as excited as Jackson and Tori to be adding a little girl to the family:
“Yay!! Tori and I are excited to announce that Jackson is going to be a big brother to a little sister!!”
Since the pair announced they were expecting Jackson, the couple consistently used the hashtag “Z and T party of three,” now they are using “Z and T party of four.”