LITTLE People, Big World star Tori Roloff's son Jackson looks to be on the road to recovery in a new video, after previously being rushed to the hospital.
The star's two children, Jackson, four, and Lilah, two – were born with dwarfism, and the elder boy had to have emergency surgery.
In the recently posted Instagram Story, Jackson looks no worse for wear, as the preschooler lies in bed reading, while sister Lilah looks on.
The happy scene is a relief for his reality show parents, who find themselves dealing with a scary situation in a preview for the upcoming season.
Jackson has struggled with "bowing legs" since birth, and Tori and her husband, Zach, expressed their fears for the tot in the trailer.
"Just looking at his legs now, I'm like, what the heck, they're so bowed," Zach told his wife, pointing out his son's noticeably curved legs.
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The clip then flashes to the father-son duo in the car, where Jackson tells the camera they're on their way to the hospital.
The couple explained that the visit was for Jackson to undergo "leg surgery."
Tori and Zach admitted their nerves about their firstborn going under the knife as the father-of-two said: "Just that roller coaster of like, uh-oh, what's going to happen?"
The clip captures a smiling Jackson waving as he's being wheeled into surgery while his mother looks apprehensive in the waiting room.
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In December, Tori revealed her little boy was getting a procedure done in an Instagram post.
The pregnant star shared a pic of Jackson sleeping in a hospital bed with a stuffed animal resting next to him.
The LPBW star shared that Jackson had surgery in the caption, writing: "Our sweet Jackson had surgery today to help correct the bowing in his legs.
"This kid time and time again blows us away. He was so brave and confident. He made Zach and I so proud as he talked with the doctors and nurses and was wheeled away without worry."
The proud mom continued: "Today has been one of the hardest days I’ve ever had. Watching your child in pain is never something a parent wants to go through. However, we are trusting his doctors and our Lord that this was the best decision for him.
"Love you baby j! Let’s go home and make popcorn!"
The caption concluded with Tori telling her fans about Jackson's stuffed animal, writing: "That 'my pal bunny' never left this kids side and he ate more popsicles today than I think he’s eaten in his life."
With Jackson seemingly feeling better, attention can be turned to the family's upcoming addition, as Tori is pregnant.
The 30-year-old revealed on Easter she’s expecting her little one to arrive any day now but is “enjoying” her time as a family of four for now.
Tori celebrated Easter by taking some sweet family photos with Zach, and their kids.
The first picture helped squash rumors that she’d already welcomed her third child.
In the snap, she wore a long flowy dress with the outline of her baby bump popping through.
Tori smiled as she held her bump with one hand her daughter’s hand with her other.
Zach, 31, stood in front, hold one of Lilah’s hands and one of Jackson’s.
The rest of the shots focused on the kids, with one showing the siblings sweetly standing with their arms around each other.
Another saw the duo holding hands and smiling.
The last picture was adorable snap of Lilah giving a thumbs up and wearing a pair of white sunglasses, along with a headband with a bow on it.
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