Tori Roloff is one mom to be thankful for this Thanksgiving.
The Small people, big world The 31-year-old shared her family’s first Thanksgiving photos since welcoming son Josiah, 6 months, and admitted she “didn’t see the holiday the way I wanted to this year” after the mother-of-three missed the festivities due to illness. .
“I was supposed to have Thanksgiving dinner with my family at our house, but had to cancel,” Tori wrote, adding, “She’s trying really hard not to get emotional about it (especially since it’s Josiah’s first Thanksgiving). About being thankful.”
Tori shares daughter Lila Rae, who turned 3 last week, and son Jackson, 5, with husband Zach Roloff.
“It was hard to look at other people’s Instagrams today,” she continued. “Especially after I only ordered Thai food and it got canceled after 45 minutes… But I’m reminded that Instagram only shows us small moments, and I’m very thankful for that.”
Tori praised Zach for taking care of the family while she was sick, “He took our kids to my MILs to have a real Thanksgiving dinner and be with family! Zach always thought of others first and I’m so proud of everyone. What he accomplished this year!”
Reminiscing about the special year for the family, Tori said, “Thank you for having Josiah join us safely, and Jackson and Lila for being the best big brother and sister!”
Sharing more photos on her Instagram story, Tori posed with a cup of instant noodles, but then shared a photo of her three kids celebrating with Zach at mom Amy Roloff’s house, reiterating how happy she was for the two of them to make sure our kids got it. A turkey dinner.”
Last month, Tori shared photos from Josiah’s first Halloween. A sweet photo showed Jackson, dressed in a classic black and yellow firefighter’s uniform, making a mischievous face as he leaned into a non-disguised Zach. Zack grabbed Josiah dressed as a pumpkin, while Tori grabbed Lila dressed as a Dalmatian.
Tori also shared a close-up of Josiah looking into the camera while lying on her stomach in her costume.
“Si’s 1st Halloween,” she wrote, noting that the child was battling “a double ear infection” but still “rallied” through her first trick-or-treating experience.
In a clip from the upcoming season Small people, big world Shared with PEOPLE last month, the couple walked newborn Josiah into their home in his car seat, ready to introduce him to his siblings.
Jackson runs directly for his mother, who instructs him to be “gentle.” The kindergartner was thrilled to find out he had a new baby brother.
Lila walked over to the car seat, focusing on the baby. She continues to look at him thoughtfully for a short while before walking back.
“Oh, yeah,” whispers the 5-year-old, jumping around and pumping his fists.
“We thought he was going to lash out and everyone was going to start crying … but it ended up being amazing,” Zach says of the moment in a confessional.