Tori Roloff Shares Sweet Photos of Zach and Daughter Lilah's First Daddy-Daughter Dance: 'Fun and Special'

The father of three enjoyed some special one-on-one time with his only daughter

<p>Tori Roloff/Instagram</p> Zach Roloff and daughter Lilah go to father-daughter dance

Tori Roloff/Instagram

Zach Roloff and daughter Lilah go to father-daughter dance

Tori Roloff captured a special night for her little girl.

The Little People, Big World star, 31, shared photos as husband Zach Roloff accompanied daughter Lilah Ray, 4, to her first daddy-daughter dance.

"Lilah and @zroloff07 ‘s first daddy daughter gala!! I am here for it… just quietly mopping up my tears watching these two have a fun and special evening together! Love you both so much! 💕💕💕" the proud mom wrote.

The couple is also parents to sons Josiah Luke, 21 months, and son Jackson Kyle, 6, who also posed for a photo with their sister.

"It’s the bros at the end for me! 🤣," Tori also added.

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Last year, the family of five enjoyed a trip to Disneyland, where they met some characters — an activity Lilah seemed to have mixed feelings about. While she tolerated a selfie withher mom and Princess Jasmine, she cried during another photo they took with Minnie Mouse.

"Lilah prefers the characters from a distance," Tori wrote in the caption. "However, she can't stop looking at her signature."

Tori later shared a selfie with her two boys, with Josiah perched on her lap as Jackson sat beside them, smiling sweetly.

On the cute photo, Tori wrote, "My happiest place!!"

<p>Tori Roloff/Instagram</p> Jackson, Lilah and Josiah Roloff

Tori Roloff/Instagram

Jackson, Lilah and Josiah Roloff

Tori recently opened up about Jackson — who had surgery in 2021 to help correct the bowing in his legs — and his journey in sports, writing in part, "I feel like Jackson (and others) are starting to notice that something is different about him," adding that they asked, "why he was so small."

She was quick to point out the other team wasn't bullying her son. Rather, they were "just curious. It stuck with him enough to tell me on the side line though. I told him 'that's how God made you, now show them how fast you are!'"

Tori pointed out, "I WANT him to know he's different. But maybe not in the way he thinks he is."

"Jackson I pray that you notice that you are different. That God has set you apart from all other people. I pray you're different in how you see and love others. I pray that you're different in the choices you make to keep God close to your heart," she continued. "I pray you're different in how you solve problems and arguments. I pray that you think differently about how the world works and adaptations that can be made."

She went on to add, "I pray you see your differences and use them to change the world. You are different, kid. Different than any kid I've ever met. You are one of a kind and I am so stinking proud to be your mom."

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