LITTLE People's Zach Roloff shared photos of his life in Washington following his move with his wife Tori and their two kids.
The reality star's announced last month that they were moving out of their Oregon home to be closer to Tori's family.
Zach, 31, posted adorable photos on his Instagram of the family-of-four at their new home.
In one snap, the parents are sitting on the front steps of the house with their children, Jackson, four, and Lilah, one, along with the family dog.
Other photos showed the little ones enjoying their new place, with one capturing Jackson smiling while sitting on a tractor.
In another pic, Lilah is standing in a bedroom, all smiles wearing one of her dad's beanies.
The father-of-two also gave his followers a glimpse at the land surrounding the property, showing the gorgeous landscape and wildlife in the backyard.
The kids seemed to be having fun at the new house while the family continues to film the TLC show, as one snap showed the pair playing with the crew's camera.
Zach also shared another family pic from their Halloween festivities last weekend as the proud parents posed with the kids in their costumes.
Jackson sported a Spiderman costume while his baby sister dressed as Minnie Mouse donning black ears and whiskers.
Zach captioned the post: "Hey so if you haven’t heard from tori’s @toriroloff insta we moved up north to Washington! Here some pictures from last few weeks"
Tori commented on the slideshow writing: "Best adventure with the best people."
Tori has mainly been updating fans on her social media accounts, since their big move up north.
Last month, the 30-year-old took to Instagram to share two photos of the couple posing outside of their old and new home with the kids.
Alongside the photos, the Little People, Big World star wrote: “Guess what?! WE MOVED!!
"We've been quite busy the last thirty days and I am beyond exhausted. I hope we never move again. Haha.
"We said goodbye to our sweet, cozy, unique, and very green house in Portland yesterday!!
"We have had so many beautiful memories in that house including bringing our sweet bean home from the hospital, countless gatherings, and just a whole lot of love.
"We will miss Portland but we’re so excited for our new adventure in WASHINGTON!"
Property records seen by The Sun show they officially put their five bedroom, three bathroom home on the market for $699k on October 15, just a week after snapping up a $1 million pile in Washington.
Their former abode, purchased in 2018 for $560k, has been completely remodeled and is situated in the heart of Rock Creek.
"No detail has been overlooked," an online description boasts.
Photographs obtained by The Sun show a stunning wooden staircase and a pale blue entryway, along with cream furnishings and traditional chandeliers in the main living area.
The quirky home has a big kitchen with white cupboards and granite counters on a second level with "natural light and stunning views."
The bedrooms also boasts Brazilian hardwood flooring and black interior, with a his and hers ensuite attached to the master, along with a walk in closet.
A spacious office with glass doors, huge landscaped backyard, above ground pool and barbecue area are also big draws for potential buyers.
The New York Post previously reviealed that the family relocated to a $944,000 property which was purchased on October 7 and offers four bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The huge home is an upgrade for the family as the property sits on more than two acres of land, with plenty of space for the children to run around.
A few days later, the TV personality shared a glimpse of what the interior of the Washington home looked like in her Instagram Stories.
In the short clip, Tori cheered "Wow!" after showing off the wood furniture from JC Farmhouse Design.
The mom-of-two also thanked Monique Serra for helping her find items from The Great Junk Hunt store.
Tori captioned the post: "I'm obsessed."
News of the move concerned fans who questioned if the stars would continue to appear on the reality TV show.
One fan wrote: "Are you quitting LPBW?"
A second fan wonder: "You won't be on the show anymore?"
Another person said: "There won’t be a show if they’re not on it,"
A fourth commentator squealed: "Oh no!"
Tori set the record straight and replied: "Still filming! Can't wait to share all the madness with everyone!"
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