Tori Roloff 'Bawled' While Looking At Her Son's Photos Because Babies Will Do That To You

Little People, Big World stars Tori and Zach Roloff have had a lot to celebrate lately. Most recently, the duo recently welcomed their first baby, and new photos on social media confirm what fans suspected — little Jackson is as cute as can be. And as every other mom out there might feel, Tori Roloff's reaction to looking at her newborn's pictures is super relatable. As she wrote on Instagram, she "officially bawled" while looking through the cute photos of her now 3-month-old son.

On Monday, Tori, 26, shared a picture of her and Zach lying on the ground. They're smiling face-altering grins at little Jackson, who is adorably plopped between them, looking too-cool-for-school in a denim shirt. The sweet picture was a result of a photo shoot with Dawn Photo, and Tori was clearly over the moon about it. In an accompanying caption, she wrote:

Okay I officially bawled going through our photos that @dawn_photo took for our family! Thank you so much girl for these BEAUTIFUL photos. How you got us all to look that good, on a 95° day with a baby who was completely over it, is beyond me! We will treasure these photos forever! ❤️

It's easy to see why Tori is so effusive about the photo. Just look for yourself:

Jackson looks like a cuddly angel, and not just in the floor photo. Tori also posted a slideshow of more sweet snaps from the day on her Instagram page, starting with one in which the new parents and baby Jackson hang out in a field of wildflowers. Tori was no less effusive with that post

"I can not wait to plaster these photos all over my house. I am literally dying over how perfect they are!" she wrote on Instagram, adding that her photographer was a "miracle worker."

Tori and Zach have spoken out publicly about the fact that, like Zach, Jackson was born with achondroplasia, a form of dwarfism. And while Zach worried prior to Jackson's birth that his son might be bullied or otherwise have a harder life because of his genetic condition, the parents have since made it clear that they think their son is perfect. They also hope that their family can serve as an inspiration, with Zach recently telling People:

Tons of parents e-mail me to say what an inspiration we are for their kids, showing that it’s possible for them to get married and have a family. The other day we met a couple who have a dwarf child. They started watching our show and it made them feel that it was all going to be okay.

From Tori's reaction to Jackson's photo, it's clear just how deeply she loves her little boy, and how precious this time is for the family. Dealing with a newborn may come with sleepless nights and stinky diaper changes, but these photos capture the pure joy that makes all that work worthwhile. No wonder Tori bawled her eyes out.