Tori Roloff Admits She Has the 'Best Job in the World' as She Celebrates Mother's Day with Her 3 Kids

Tori shares son Josiah Luke, 2, daughter Lilah Ray, 4, and son Jackson Kyle, 7, with husband Zach Roloff

<p>Tori Roloff/Instagram</p> Tori Roloff with daughter Lilah and sons Josiah and Jackson

Tori Roloff/Instagram

Tori Roloff with daughter Lilah and sons Josiah and Jackson

Tori Roloff and her kids enjoyed a special Mother's Day together.

The Little People, Big World star, 33, shared a series of photos on her Instagram with all three of her kids — son Josiah Luke, 2, daughter Lilah Ray, 4, and son Jackson Kyle, 7 — whom she shares with husband Zach Roloff, also 34.

Posing with her kids outside, Tori smiles as she cuddles up with her family in the first photo, also sharing individual shots with each of her kids. The mom of three also took a minute to reflect on having the "best job in the world" in her caption.

"I have the best job title in the world: mom! 🤍 I love these three with my whole heart and I’m so thankful to God for choosing me to be their mama!" Tori wrote. "Thinking of mamas of all kinds today! Past present and future: you are loved! 🤍."

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Related: LPBW's Zach Roloff Says His Family Is 'Always' Going to 'Stand Out': 'Feels Like We're Being Watched'

During the season finale of Little People, Big World, which aired on Tuesday, April 23, the father of three opened up about the differences in his family and how they handle feeling like they're "being watched" in public.

“Our family’s going to stand out, our whole life. You know, Tori being my wife and I’m her husband, me being short, her being tall, and our kids being short," Zach said in a confessional.

"Our family’s going to always probably stand out but it’s something you just kind of get used to. Sometimes it’s annoying," he admits.

"We get sensitive sometimes, we make sure our kids are well-behaved because we do feel like we’re being watched," Zach noted, with Tori adding, "It's hard sometimes."

“That’s also not their burden. We can’t burden our kids will other people’s burdens or expectations or judgments," Zach noted.

Earlier this year, the couple revealed on their Raising Heights podcast that they will be leaving Little People, Big World after 25 seasons.

"It was no longer a project that we really believed in and so the last year was hard," she added. "It was hard to show up every day for it."

Agreeing that filming the 25th season was "tough," Zach also expressed how "unfortunate" their departure is because they "had such a run there."

Zach and Tori — who first joined the series in season 10, later marrying her now-husband in 2015 — noted on their podcast that there are "a lot of reasons" for their exit. But Tori indicated that their three kids were "a really large portion of our reasoning for maybe not doing the show anymore."

Addressing their departure from the show further, the couple jointly said on Instagram that "there were moments in reality TV that we loved and moments that we didn’t, but overall, we're grateful to our crew and our producer, and we're excited for our next chapter!"

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