Tori Roloff Celebrates Her Post-Baby Body in New Selfie


Looks like this new mom is bouncing back and feeling great just three weeks after giving birth to her son. Little People, Big World star Tori Roloff shared a postpartum selfie that truly celebrates the power of the female body and the miracle of motherhood. 


From the first trimester all the way through the "fourth," it's completely amazing to watch the transformation your body undergoes and to realize everything it's capable of doing.

That wonder isn't lost on Tori, who recently welcomed her first child, Jackson Kyle, with husband Zach. Check out her body-positive selfie:

Tori Roloff postpartum

She captioned the photo: "...the woman's body is the craziest thing. The fact that I was able to grow a human has given me so much respect for my body. Love what the good lord gave you. He knows what he's doing. #justdoyou #loveyourself #postpartum"

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It's so true. Motherhood gives you a newfound appreciation for all your body can accomplish. It's wonderful to read that she's feeling as healthy and strong as she looks. When you're a new mama, who isn't getting much sleep, every bit of positive energy is a blessing. 

When speaking with People shortly after Jackson's birth, the couple said Tori, 26, is nursing their new son 11 times a day, which means Mom and Dad are clocking about four hours of sleep per night. Let's hope that changes fast!  

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But the couple, who eagerly chronicled the pregnancy on their Instagram accounts, has been open about wanting to do everything they can for their son, who was born with achondroplasia (a common form of dwarfism).

Certainly, Tori's positivity and love for her growing family will give Jackson so much confidence and support. The proud mom shared this sweet pic of her little guy, who is getting a head start on football season.

Jackson Roloff
Looks like someone's a Seahawks fan! So cute! 

You can only imagine that Tori's appreciation for her post-baby body will inspire other new moms to do the same. Good for her!

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