Little People, Big World star Tori Roloff is sharing an important health update about her husband Zach Roloff.
In an Instagram post on Sunday, Tori shared a concerning photo of Zach in the hospital with a wrist brace covering his left hand and thumb, revealing in a lengthy caption that he had suffered a hand injury after a fall over the weekend.
“Today Zach fell and we thought FOR SURE he broke his hand,” she wrote. “I’d never seen a broken bone up close but I was sure that’s what it looked like. We panicked an entire birthday party trying to decide whether to go to urgent care or the emergency room.”
The couple ultimately ended up at an emergency room – where Zach was thankfully treated for only a minor injury, much to everyone’s relief. “Turns out [Zach] dislocated his thumb and thank the Lord nothing was broken, “Tori shared.
Alongside the photo of Zach in the emergency room, Tori also posted a sweet snap of her husband holding their 1-month-old son Josiah – whom the couple recently welcomed into their family in April, alongisde 5-year-old Jackson and 2- year-old Lilah – and shared that Zach is known as “the hand man” in the family. “He loves holding hands,” she explained. “You’ll always find him playing and inspecting my hands or our kids. It’s one of my favorite things about him and our kids love it too.”
Because of this, Tori revealed, her immediate reaction to Zach’s injury was concern about the use of his hand. “All I could think about was how he could not hold my hand or his kids (his first thought was there goes bocce at LPA 😝),” she wrote.
The LPBW star then concluded: “So thankful it was not more serious and even more thankful for the nurses and doctors at the emergency room … So glad we’re all ok and I know Zach will be milkin ‘this one for a few days . 🙃 “
Of course, LPBW fans made sure to immediately flood the comments with messages of support for Zach. “Get well soon Zach! Here’s wishing you a speedy recovery!” one fan commented. “So sorry Zach. It would have been awful if you would not have been able to hold Josiah’s hand during these early days. Glad you will be on the road to recovery shortly,” another user wrote.
But it was not just fans sending well wishes – Zach’s mom, Amy Roloff, also made sure to jump into the comments as well. “Thanks for calling me and I’m so glad it wasn’t worse,” she wrote. “You’re so right, Zach has been called ‘the hand man’ since he could touch and hold another’s hand 💙. 🙏🏻 it heals strong and well.”
We’re wishing Zach a speedy recovery!
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