Reality TV star Audrey Roloff shares postpartum video: '9 months in, 9 months out'

Audrey Roloff is marking a postpartum anniversary.

The "Little People, Big World" star shared an Instagram Reel on Tuesday with her more than 1.5 million followers, commemorating the birth of her son, Radley, nine months ago. The video includes footage of Roloff when she was nine months pregnant, compared to more recent photos of herself holding her nine-month-old.

"Even though I know it's going to go by really fast, it always goes by faster," she wrote in the video. "I have officially been carrying you around on the outside longer than the inside."

"9 months in, 9 months out," she captioned the post, adding, "My blue-eyed Rad bud... I have officially been carrying you around on the outside longer than the inside."

Fans responded to Roloff's video with praise for her "heartwarming" message about motherhood and how "quickly things change."

"This is so heartwarming! It's so crazy how quickly things change. Motherhood is such a journey. Thank you for sharing!" one Instagram user commented.

"So sweet! It truly is amazing how fast it flies by! You have been blessed with such a beautiful family!" another added, while someone else chimed in, "Yes, goes by way too fast. The best part is that you're documenting all these beautiful moments."

One person penned: "It goes by so fast!! Before you know it they are all grown up! Enjoy your memories and time with them."

"This is so sweet! Just crazy," another commented, paired with a heart emoji.

Last month, the 30-year-old shared another relatable video about motherhood, candidly revealing one of her postpartum struggles.

In the clip, Roloff showed off lactation stains on her shirt from breastfeeding, alongside text that read: "I have an 8-month-old baby, but this still happens every time I nurse him."

"Shouldn’t this stop after the first few months?! I’m 8 months into nursing my third baby and yet, here we are," she captioned the post. "This happens every time I nurse without pads. In the last pic, I was sitting when that happened. My boobs aren’t that low... yet. It’s especially cute when I forget the nursing pads for date night. Any other mamas relate?! #nursing #breastfeeding #breastfeedingmom #motherhood #momlife."

The video was quickly met with applause for "normalizing the breastfeeding struggle," and comments from other moms who found her post "highly relatable."

"Does it ever stop doing that? #nursingpadsforlife," one Instagram user joked, while another added, "Girl, I’m going on 18 months and it still happens almost every single time."

"Girl you aren’t alone... this was me for a really long time with each kid too," someone else added.

"This is highly relatable," another wrote. "Thank you for normalizing the breastfeeding struggle. People need to learn!"

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