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It’s very safe to say that Tori Roloff is living up to her recent vow.

The Little People, Big World star issued a lengthy statement on Instagram a few weeks ago, showing extreme gratitude for her life and saying she wanted to only be a positive person on social media.

Which sounds crazy, right?!?

An Easter Celebration

Is it even possible to be a positive person on social media?!?

Yes, Tori has proved time and again, most recently by sharing a significant number of photos of her son and her immediate family online.

And each is cuter than the one before it!

"Jackson’s first Easter was kicked off with such special friends and family," wrote Roloff on Instagram, giving her mother-in-law a shout-out and adding:

"Thank you so much to everyone who joined us today! And shout out to @amyjroloff for all the amazing food! What a way to celebrate our savior!

"He is alive and we are so blessed!"

No way: we are the ones who are bless, thanks to these terrific Jackson photos!

On Easter

Just look at how fascinated the 11-month old is by these Easter Eggs.

Does it get any more precious?!?

On the holiday itself, meanwhile, Tori wrote the following simple and sweet caption:

"Happy Easter! The tomb is empty. He is risen! So blessed and thankful this Easter Sunday!"

Thankfully, we can expect to see and learn even more about Jackson and his parents in the weeks ahead.

So.. Many... Eggs

Aside from new pictures we’re sure Tori and Zach will share of their son, TLC has finally announced a return date for Little People, Big World.

It’s tomorrow! At 9/8c! And we can’t wait!

On upcoming episodes, viewers will delve even deeper into the world of Tori and Zach, who became first-time parents in May of last year and who taken to their roles quite naturally.

Of course, however, there have been struggles, many of which we’ll see play out each Tuesday evening on the small screen.

But we’ll continue to be treated to these kinds of snapshots from Tori, along with inspiring messages about her faith and her family.

An Easter Celebration

"My goal here is to continue to make people laugh and show everyone I’m just a normal girl who got thrown into extraordinary circumstances and you better believe I’m not going to waste a damn moment," wrote Tori in her aforementioned post.

She added last month:

"There’s nothing extraordinary about me. I live my life the way i believe God wants me to and I just try to be a good person.

"I am so thankful I can share my story with my followers and I pray that my social media is a place to bring light into someone else’s life."

So far, so very good, Tori.

We hope you and yours had a blessed, special Easter.