TORI Roloff shared a video of her daughter Lilah on Instagram taking her first steps after snubbing her sister-in-law Audrey's pregnancy news, continuing their long-time feud.
Tori, 30, posted the video of her one-year-old daughter walking towards the camera while the proud mother cheered her on.
The mom of two captioned the video: "Here she comes world!!"
She posted a second video where her eldest son Jackson is in the background, watching his little sister conquer her first steps.
The videos came after Tori's sister-in-law, Audrey Roloff announced she was expecting, in which the LPBW star completely ignored the news.
Audrey, 29, shared an emotional video alongside her husband Jeremy, 31, as they played with their children in the yard.
The reality star threw his tiny tots in the air and caught them as they fell down.
In a third attempt, Jeremy instead caught a piece of paper that had ultrasound photos of the developing baby.
The family then stood all together behind a sign that read: "Tiebreaker coming November."
Audrey captioned her clip: "We’re about to be a family of 5!🤗Our little tiebreaker is coming this November!💓💙"
Fans, friends, and family all rushed to the comments to offer their good wishes and support.
Brother Jacob's wife Isabel Roloff wrote: "Yaaaaay!!!" as she gushed over the happy news.
Matriarch Amy Roloff added: "Same. So excited. Can I love this more than what’s possible? Love this ♥️💙🤗🎉."
Other TLC stars also joined in for the celebration, as Jill Duggar wrote: "Congrats!!" and both Jinger and Jeremy Vuolo showed their support by liking the post.
However, one specific supporter was missing from the comments and likes section, as Tori paid no attention to her sister-in-law's baby news.
Despite taking to Instagram to share some of her own July Fourth plans, the reality star completely ignored the new addition to the family.
Tori and Audrey have been at odds for years over differing opinions and beliefs.
In May, Tori and Zach had a birthday party for their four-year-old son Jackson, and neither Audrey nor Jeremy were in attendance.
The TLC star shared a series of photos from the special day including cake and cookies in the shape of Toy Story figurines.
"These last 4 years have gone by too fast. Watching Jackson grow each year is such a blessing. We are so grateful to everyone who came to spoil and celebrate our baby J!" she captioned her post.
However, Jackson's aunt and uncle were nowhere to be found and made no mention of the toddler's birthday.
The announcement also comes after Tori suffered a miscarriage and recently opened up about the prospect of trying for a third baby.
“I think that we’re still hopeful that one day we will get to have another baby,” Tori told Us Weekly, before adding, “and until then, we’re just kind of happy where we are.”
Tori and Zach are already parents to Jackson, 3, and Lilah, 1, and the couple revealed how they've been handling the news of the miscarriage with their older son.
"We stopped talking about it, and he hasn’t asked about it since,” Zach told Us.
“He went to go stay with grandpa. He got a lot of farm time.”
Tori also discussed the possibility of adopting in the future and said it was something they would "definitely" consider.
“I’ve always thought parents that have the heart for adoption or for foster care, I respect and adore them," she said.
"I think those parents are amazing. It’s not something we’ve necessarily talked about, but those parents that do do that, I think it’s incredible.”
Tori shared the news of her miscarriage in an Instagram post on March 13 of a stitching with a bible verse reading, "For I hold you by your hand."
She captioned the photo saying, "We were so excited to share some exciting news this week. We were so excited when we found out we were expecting baby #3, and we couldn’t wait to share.
"We went in for our first ultrasound at 8 weeks and found out that we lost our sweet baby two weeks earlier.
"I’ve honestly never felt loss like I did in that moment. I’ve never felt so sad, angry, and scared in a single moment."
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