Tori Roloff of LPBW shared a clip of Josiah Luke, her and Zach’s son, and the newborn is starting to reach some milestones. Tori Roloff and Zach Roloff welcomed Josiah, their third child, on April 30. The newborn made his entrance two weeks early, joining big brother Jackson and big sister Lilah.
Since Josiah came home to join the family in their new Washington home, Tori Roloff has been updating her millions of followers on Instagram about his progress and often shares snippets of their daily lives.
’LPBW’: Tori Shared A New Heartwarming Clip Of Her Baby Son Josiah Roloff
Recently, Tori Roloff shared on her Instagram Stories some videos of Josiah, who turns two months old on June 30. In the first slide, Josiah was squirming while lying on a blanket on the couch next to Tori. The determined little one had his head turned to the side as he tried to maneuver the rest of his body to follow.
Josiah repeatedly lifted his leg, grunting and waving his arms in a typical infant range of motion, apparently trying to use his leg to push himself onto his side. Typically, babies develop the strength and motor skills to roll onto their sides between four and five months of age, which makes Josiah far ahead of the goal he set for himself.
In another slide, which Tori titled “That little voice! Josiah squirmed again as Mama recorded him, making baby noises as he practiced using his vocal cords in sweet sharing.
After Josiah’s birth, Tori Roloff and Zach Roloff confirmed that he was diagnosed with achondroplasia, the same type of dwarfism that Zach suffers from, as well as his mother Amy Roloff and his and Tori’s older children, Jackson and Lilah.
Despite the diagnosis, Tori and Zach made it clear that Josiah’s stature does not define him. As Zach explained, “He’s a boy with achondroplasia. It’s not his identity. He’s Josiah. He has achondroplasia, but he’s not like, Josiah the achon.”