Tori Roloff has spent the last few weeks opening up about her pregnancy.
As documented on many occasions, the Little People, Big World star continues to be refreshingly honest about the whole thing.
Now, however, Tori has taken a break from speaking about her future daughter to talk instead about someone else dear and so very dear to her heart…
… her husband, Zach.
"This last weekend has made me so thankful for this man," the veteran TLC personality wrote as a caption to the above photo, adding:
"He’s been in Colombia working on some really cool soccer stuff! I’m so proud of him and what he does within the dwarf community (here and overseas). We sure have missed him though."
Tori and Zach got married on July 25, 2015.
They welcomed son Jackson in May of 2017 and Tori is now expecting their second child (and first girl!) right around Thanksgiving.
Continued Tori in this lovely tribute:
"You never know until you have to do it alone- and being pregnant and hanging with a toddler alone for three days is no easy task! Thank your spouses today if you are so blessed.
"And if you’re a single mom or dad- YOU ARE A SUPER HUMAN!
"We love you Dada! Now come home! #storyofzachandtori."
We say it often, but only because it deserves to be said: This couple is pretty much perfect
#RelationshipGoals and all that, you know?
Tori and Zach have been main cast members on Little People, Big World since the very first episode.
Last summer, Audrey and Jeremy Roloff left the show to focus on other business projects, but Tori has made it clear on multiple occasions that she and Zach are in this for the long haul.
This almost definitely means we’ll get to see the husband and wife welcome their next bundle of joy and then start to raise her on new episodes that are scheduled to air in 2020.
We truly can’t wait.
Wrote Tori last week of how she’s feeling these days, as a caption to THIS MATERNITY PHOTO:
"Im not one of those women who loves being pregnant.
"In fact there’s not a lot of times I do love being pregnant. Don’t get me wrong. I thank God for this amazing gift every single day and I know how blessed I am but it definitely hasn’t made me feel my best.
"However, I am so freaking thankful I was talked into maternity photos by friends and family.
"This photo truly embodies what I LOVE about pregnancy.
"My growing bump is a symbol of a healthy girlsie. It’s a reminder that I’m in a position that many women dream of and trust me- I do not take it for granted."