Fans of Little People, Big World are in tears after Isabel Roloff posted a poignant message about having to watch her seven-month-old son Mateo “grow up.”
Isabel, 26, wrote on Instagram about how every mother has a “unique type of sadness.”
Mateo was wearing a wool onesie when the former LPBW star uploaded a black-and-white photo of him.
The camera avoided the toddler’s face and concentrated on how he was attempting to close his hand.
The former TLC member realized: “I know you’ll be an adult one day, and these little moments will be forgotten.”
“One day, you won’t need me as much.”
Isabel said: “… One day, you won’t need me as much. And I know this in the back of my mind even when I’m overstimulated, tired in the mornings, touched out, worn out, overloaded…”
“…Watching you develop has been the greatest privilege of my life, and I don’t want to miss a thing,” she said.
Following the poignant post, fans flocked to the comments section.
Using a sad face emoji, one distressed fan commented, “I’m a puddle, You said it all perfectly.”
Another was added: “Make me cry!”
Mateo, born in December 2021, is shared by the actress and her spouse, Jacob Roloff, 25.
Meanwhile, Jacob mocked his net worth – an individual’s total fortune plus all their financial assets – online.
The single father recently tweeted: “Oh, oh! They are once again looking up my net worth.
“I have $700,000 somewhere, and I’m just working for vibes.”
“F**king no-brainers. Loads of chuckles,” Jacob finished.
In May, his father, Matt, announced the sale of the family’s famous Roloff Farms.
Matt has requested $4 million for the sale of the “original family home and brilliant red barn,” according to the Wall Street Journal.
As Jacob has been dealing with sure fans, so has his wife, who has been sharing photographs of her body as she prepares for parenthood.
She clapped back at those who had been unsupportive throughout the process.
Isabel said in a selfie from her car, “We’re still fat shaming? In 2022? This is me criticizing you. Find a hobby.”
Her rant erupted after she wrote an honest post regarding many mothers’ bodies during postpartum.
“I still have the scars to prove it, anyway,” she wrote with a crimson heart.