Little People Big World Star Zach is all up with a surprising zest for his son Jackson. Mostly reckoned as DAREDEVIL, Jackson ended up finding a daredevil in his dad. More precisely, the little madcap met his alike in the form of Zach.
The father-son duo seems to be very loving. Not just that, the father’s show of bravery to the son is much admired by the fans. Recently, Little People Big World star Tori Roloff shared a video in which Zach, seems to show bravery to his son and steals the show wonderfully.
But what was the event? And what did Zach do? Why did he become the show stealer? How did the little daredevil react? Keep scrolling to know the details.
Little People Big World: Roloff Family Goes For Indoor Skydiving, Brave Jackson Was Scared!
Little People Big World Star Tori Roloff recently shared a video in her Instagram stories. The footage revealed moments from a recent indoor Skydiving facility that the family enjoyed.
Daredevil Jackson, who is zingy and brave, was very excited about the activity. He wanted to be like a spiderman and get inside the tube. Meanwhile, a special suit equipped the tube that allowed them to jump inside. The tube produced an intense blow, which lifted the person off the ground and allowed them to fly.
As TVSHOWSACE reported, Tori got the little bravo ready with red shoes. But after setting everything, the baby was scared to perform the activity. Despite Tori and Zach’s attempts to convince Jackson, the little daredevil chose to enjoy and see how his dad Zach does it.
Zach Roloff Became The Show Stealer, Chin UP!
Meanwhile, Zach Roloff captured all the eyes and became the show stealer with the skydiving activity. He got into the tube and nailed it with a high fly and colossal smile.
And Jackson was sitting and watching his father. As a father, he set an example for his son so that the little one can face his fears in the future.
Tori recorded the video. She also shared some clips of her husband Zach with her fans. And it would be no exaggeration to state that baby Jackson had finally met his match!
Do you think doing such activities with the little ones helps them to grow out of their fears? Is this a good parenting strategy by Zach and Tori? Let us know in the comment section.