Tori Roloff is no Kim Kardashian.
That's not exactly breaking news, we know.
Along with having not starred in a single sex tape with Ray J, however, Tori is rarely one to share photos of her own body on Instagram.
She's conservative. She's self-conscious. That just isn't how she rolls.
But Roloff couldn't help it yesterday.
A few weeks after giving birth to her first child, the Little People, Big World star shared a couple of selfies on social media on Monday afternoon.
The first was snapped a week after Tori and Zach welcomed little Jackson Kyle into the world, while the second was snapped several days later.
And Tori isn't trying to show off here; she doesn't want you to ogle her figure, necessarily.
She just wants to point out how FRICKIN AMAZING it is that women can create life - and that new mothers should appreciate this miracle, as opposed to worrying about shedding their pregnancy weight as soon as possible.
"the woman's body is the craziest thing. The fact that I was able to grow a human has given me so much respect for my body," wrote Tori as a caption, adding:
"Love what the good lord gave you. He knows what he's doing. #justdoyou #loveyourself #postpartum."
Not long after becoming a mother, Tori also posted a picture of her son online, along with a basic and important message aimed in his direction.
"Mom and Dad are so in love with you already," she wrote to Jackson on Instagram.
Since the little guy has become, well, an actual little guy, Zach and Tori have opened up even more about their child.
Yes, he has the gene for dwarfism, which means he may face some challenges in life. But at least Zach has faced them himself and is prepared to help any way he can.
"I grew up with the name-calling,” Roloff said last week of being a little person.
"I look at my childhood and being a boy on the farm, it was a little tough because boys are very alpha-doggy and follow the pack.
"I was always chasing the back and way behind the pack. It was tough."
...because it's never too early to start 'em off right. #seattleseahawks #gohawks #isitfootballseasonyet? - Tori Roloff
So at least Jackson has a dad in his corner who has been there, done that and seen everything.
"You have to encourage a dwarf child a little more because it will take them five steps to do what others can do in two," Zach also said, concluding:
"But I knew, dwarf or not, I was going to parent my child with the mentality that not everyone gets a trophy. You have to earn it."
Elsewhere, Matt Roloff has also spoken out about his grandson.
And he's rather psyched to finally say he has one.
“I feel blessed and beyond excited that the Roloff farm is alive and well with the birth of Jackson Kyle,” the Little People, Big World patriarch tells People Magazine.
Will Jackson someday take over this farm?
It's too early to say for certain.
But Matt just wants the (very) young man to enjoy his surroundings and his loved ones for now.
“There’s definitely a new sheriff in town. I can’t wait for him to create childhood memories on the farm like Zach did," Matt concludes.