Inside Little People stars Tori & Zach Roloff's special 5th birthday bash for son Jackson featuring massive yard sign

TAKE a look inside Tori and Zach Roloff's son Jackson's fifth birthday party complete with presents and a huge sign in the front yard.

The Little People Big World stars recently welcomed their third child to the family, a son named Josiah.

Now Tori, 31, and Zach, 32, have celebrated a major milestone as their eldest son Jackson turned five.

The reality stars took to social media to wish their tiny tot a happy birthday as they enjoyed the day as a family.

The mother of three shared several photos on her Instagram feed to commemorate the occasion.

In three professional shots, Jackson posed looking dapper in a black tee-shirt with his hair gelled to the side.

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The little boy first smiled at the camera before making a couple of silly faces.

Then, in two final shots, the child star posed in red pajamas in front of a bunch of presents.

Tori captioned her post with a lengthy note reading: "Happiest of birthdays to our sweet Jackson!

"The love I have for this kid honestly can’t even be written down in words. He brings so much joy to all of our lives and I thank God every single day he chose me to be his mama! He is so kind and the best big brother ever. I also love how funny he’s gotten this year, and he constantly has us asking 'where do you get your material?!'"

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She continued: "We had so much fun celebrating sweet baby J today! He had the awesome idea to go to the airport and watch airplanes take off and land and we all had so much fun with it!!

"He has such a grateful heart and kept telling us all day 'thank you for the best birthday ever!' Thank you so much to everyone who helped wish him a happy birthday today!! We love you Jackson! 5 is going to be fun! #babyjroloff#zandtpartyoffive," she finished.


Later, Tori took to her stories where she documented other aspects of her son's big birthday milestone.

The TLC star recorded her child as he ran to the window in his pajamas, and ripped the curtain to the side to reveal a massive sign in the front yard.

The little boy gasped when he discovered the big words reading "Happy 5th birthday Jackson!", decorated with Spiderman and cake decals.

Later Jackson sat on the kitchen counter with his legs outstretched as he opened presents next to his siblings.

The tiny tot tore the paper off of a box to reveal a new spiderman toy as he said: "Mom, thanks for getting me all these presents."

Tori and Zach then took their son for a ride in the car where they parked near a local airport and watched planes land on the tarmac.

"What are we doing?" the TV star asked her son, who replied in excitement: "Watching airplanes!"

Jackson sipped on his "special drink" topped with whipped cream and sprinkles while planes took off and landed in front of their eyes.

To close out the big day, the family sang happy birthday to the little boy before he blew out candles on a delicious cake with white icing.

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Jackson's birthday followed his baby brother Josiah's birth on April 30th.

The family expanded by one, and they finally shared their first group photo together earlier this week.

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