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“LPBW”'s Tori and Zach Roloff Admit They 'Can't Remember' Son Josiah's First Word: 'I Feel Bad for No. 3'

“Third kid, we don’t even know what they said first,” says Tori

<p>Tori Roloff Instagram</p> Zach Roloff and Tori Roloff with their kids Jackson, Lilah, and Josiah

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Zach Roloff and Tori Roloff with their kids Jackson, Lilah, and Josiah

Tori and Zach Roloff are sharing a relatable parenting moment.

In this week's episode of Little People, Big World, the couple celebrate their son Josiah's first birthday and share that he's reached some major milestones. While he has yet to start walking, Tori and Zach look back on hearing his first word, though they admit they can't quite remember what it was.

“Josiah’s hitting all his milestones. He’s growing…," Zach begins in a confessional.

“He’s going to walk any day now,” adds Tori.

The scene cuts to the couple's backyard, where they are playing with their three kids — Josiah, Lilah, 4, and Jackson, 6.

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Related: Tori Roloff Says Son Jackson Told Her He Was 'Too Short' to Play Soccer as He Realizes 'He's Not Catching Up'

“Did we have a Si-Si first word moment?” Zach asks his wife.

“Third kid, we don’t even know what they said first,” Tori admits. “You don’t know what they said first, you don’t know when, to who, about what.”

In a confessional, Tori admits that she "feels bad" for her third kid. “I could tell you the hour that Jackson said something, the day he walked," she says.

"Jackson’s stuff happened six years ago, Josiah’s stuff just happened [and] we can’t remember it,” Zach adds.

During last week's episode, Tori opened up about how her son Jackson has started to play soccer but has been questioning why he has some differences from the other players.

"Jackson’s super focused as a soccer player. He’s very coachable, pays attention, runs hard. He’s just not the best player," Zach said. "There’s some of it is his Dwarfism. But he’s pretty aware of his skill set."

"He’s picked up pretty quick. He can’t outrun people so he controls the ball really well,” added the proud dad.

Zach continued, noting that his son is becoming more aware of his condition.

“Jackson’s getting to the age where the size differences are becoming more obvious and he’s not catching up," Zach said. "Some of the opposing kids point out that he’s different and he’s starting to hear that for the first time."

Tori chimed in, adding that the first time this happened, Jackson blamed it on himself.

“The first game it happened at Jackson stopped in the middle of the game and told me on the sideline like, 'Hey they told me I’m too short to play soccer,'” the mom of three recalled.

“All three of our kids I hope will find friends and find families who can see them for who they are,” said Zach.

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