“LPBW”'s Tori and Zach Roloff Bring Their Kids to Feed Giraffes at the Oregon Zoo — See the Exclusive Clip

The couple is parents to sons Josiah Luke, 23 months, and Jackson Kyle, 6, as well as daughter Lilah Ray, 4

Tori and Zach Roloff are giving their kids an extra special experience in the season finale of Little People, Big World.

In an exclusive clip shared with PEOPLE ahead of Tuesday's season finale, the couple, who is taking a step back from the show after this season, bring their three kids to the Oregon Zoo to feed giraffes. Tori and Zach are parents to sons Josiah Luke, 23 months, and Jackson Kyle, 6, as well as daughter Lilah Ray, 4.

“The zoo offers giraffe feedings, and we’ve just never done it before, so being able to do that was pretty cool. Have our own little private moment there," Zach says in a confessional.

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The clip then cuts to the Oregon Zoo, where a zookeeper teaches the kids how to feed Desi the giraffe.

“You want to try?” the zookeeper asks Jackson. “Okay. Here you go.”

Jackson walks up to the giraffe and sticks out a piece of lettuce as the adults praise his good work. “Good job, J!” Tori can be heard saying.

“Jackson did great, loved it. Lilah loved calling out for the giraffe and then once Desi came over and started coming towards her, she’d back up with the food. So she never actually gave them food," the dad of three says in the confessional.

Tori then can be seen lifting Lilah to feed the giraffe, prompting her to yell, “No! No!” and throw her piece of lettuce.

"Lilah, were you scared to feed the giraffe?” Tori asks.

“A little bit scared,” Lilah admits.

“Our family’s going to stand out, our whole life. You know, Tori being my wife and I’m her husband, me being short, her being tall, and our kids being short," Zach says as the video switches back to the confessional.

"Our family’s going to always probably stand out but it’s something you just kind of get used to. Sometimes it’s annoying. We get sensitive sometimes, we make sure our kids are well-behaved because we do feel like we’re being watched.”

“It’s hard sometimes," adds Tori.

“That’s also not their burden. We can’t burden our kids will other people’s burdens or expectations or judgments," Zach says.

Earlier this month, Tori shared photos from her family's Easter celebrations on her Instagram Stories. The family of five kicked off their day with an Easter egg hunt in pajamas.

The couple's three kids could be seen wandering around and collecting their little surprises in photos. Later, they joined friends for some outdoor fun. "So much to be grateful for," Tori captioned one shot of the three siblings together.

The season finale of Little People, Big World airs Tuesday, April 23 at 9/8c on TLC.

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