Il Ringraziamento è arrivato e passato ancora una volta e le persone di tutta l’America si sono riunite con i loro cari per celebrare l’occasione. Tori Roloff aveva molto di cui essere grata per questo Ringraziamento dopo che le cose non sono andate come avrebbe voluto. Come i fan hanno visto in “Little People, Big World”, la famiglia gioca un ruolo importante nella vita quotidiana di Tori e Zach Roloff. E con il benvenuto dell’ultima aggiunta alla loro famiglia, Josiah, Tori era entusiasta di ospitare la celebrazione festiva di quest’anno.
In an Instagram photo, she shared how she was affected by having to miss out on the celebration. Tori said, "I've been trying so hard not to be emotional about it (especially since this is Josiah's first thanksgiving) because today is about being thankful." In true Thanksgiving fashion, though, the 31-year-old conveyed her gratitude for her loved ones in a heartfelt post on social media.
Tori Roloff is thankful to Zach and her mother-in-law
There is truly no one there for you like family. This is especially true after Tori Roloff got sick over Thanksgiving, according to Us Weekly. After the "Little People, Big World" star had to cancel celebrations at her home, Zach Roloff and Amy Roloff stepped up to make the holiday happen anyway.
According to People, Tori shared how thankful she was to her husband and mother-in-law for making Thanksgiving happen, specifically because the reality star was worried about her kids missing out on the holiday. Her Instagram story showed Zach and all three children dressed up and ready to celebrate. Tori said, "I am so grateful for my husband and mother-in-law though. They both pulled through to make sure our kids got a turkey dinner." Despite being sick, Tori's motherly instincts kicked in as she only wanted the best for her kids.
The 31-year-old then reiterated her gratitude toward her husband in a separate Instagram post. Tori shouted out Zach for taking care of the kids while she was sick and making sure they got the celebration they deserved. The "Little People, Big World" star said, "Zach always thinks of others first and I'm so proud of all the things he's accomplished this year!" She also hoped people would take the time to appreciate what they have in life. And despite the holiday taking a turn, she too recognized she has "so much to be thankful for."