Tori Roloff is one proud mama.
The reality star took to Instagram Stories to show off her son's cute ability to hold a crayon - the correct way!
In fact, the Little People Big World star finally received some positive praise over her baby Jackson, so she just had to address it.
"My teacher heart is bursting with pride right now," the mom captioned the photo of her 22-month-old boy.
Hours later, she gushed "I woke up to so many DMs asking how to get their child to hold writing utensils properly."
"I have to be honest. It's mostly just J and luck," she admitted.
Adding that she often tried placing the crayon the right way in his hand, but he is a 1-year-old and learning is hard, so she mostly led by example.
"Being a teacher, though, there are TONS of resources online to help your child achieve a tri grip."
After giving birth to baby Jackson back in May of 2017, the reality star mama who is married to Zach Roloff took some time off from her career as a Kindergarten teacher.
In April of 2017, she shared with her fans how "bittersweet" it was to say goodbye.
"Bittersweet day!!! It was my last day with my kinders and to say I'll miss them is an understatement," she wrote.
"I am so thankful to have had a group that was so easy and respectful. Saying goodbye to them was so hard, but I know we have such An amazing adventure ahead of us."
"Can't wait to take baby Roloff back to school to introduce him to the kids he's listened to the last nine months," Tori concluded the post.
Adding #Kindergartenlife #youlldogreatthings with two little girl and boy emojis.
In an interview with People later that year, Tori explained that she was taking a "gap year" to be with her son before returning to the classroom.
We now realize that the single gap year has since turned to two.
But Tori has been facing some pretty stressful and tiresome days after dealing with Zach's health scares and getting a new puppy.
Zach has achondroplasia, the most common form of dwarfism, which has caused him to be short in height but also to have a few medical conditions.
Baby Jackson is like his father and has also faced a few somewhat serious medical scares, like back in January when the family had to cut a Disneyland trip short due to his nursemaid's elbow, which Tori said is either from his dwarfism or just from Jackson.
However, it seems the mommy and son time has been necessary and well, it's surely paid off -- I mean with Jackson's bomb crayon holding skills!
Both parents are so in love with him and we can't wait to watch him grow up on seasons to come of TLC's Little People Big World.