Zach and Tori Roloff Reveal If They'd Ever Consider Homeschooling Their Three Kids

The couple is parents to sons Jackson and Josiah and daughter Lilah

<p>Tori Roloff/Instagram</p> Zach and Tori Roloff with their three kids

Tori Roloff/Instagram

Zach and Tori Roloff with their three kids

Zach and Tori Roloff aren't ruling out other forms of education.

In a new episode of their podcast Raising Heights, the couple answered a few questions from their viewers. One follower wrote in asking the Roloffs if they'd ever consider homeschooling their three kids — sons Jackson, 7, and Josiah, 2, and daughter Lilah, 4.

"Take every year as it comes. I feel like every child is different, every year is different,” Tori, 33, responds.

"Yeah, we appreciate school but yeah we would keep our kids [home]” Zach, 34, answers.

“We’ll see. We’ll take each year as it goes,” Tori continues, interrupting her husband.

“We like what it does for our kids and everything, and Jackson’s very sociable so I think that would be hard,” adds Zach.

“Social. He’s very social, not sociable,” Tori clarifies.

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Related: LPBW's Zach Roloff Says the 'Hardest Part' of Parenting Is Feeling 'Guilt' When You 'Don't Do' It Well

On a previous episode of their podcast, Zach answered a fan who asked what the hardest part of being a dad is.

"Hardest part being a dad I feel like is just…It is just a very selfless thing. Like being a parent is…to do it well, and which we don't always do it well, and that's the hardest part, the guilt of when you don't do parenting well," the dad of three began.

"You let your emotions go, you get mad, you get angry, you're not doing things the right way or you're doing things the easy way. Like, you know you probably should be sitting playing with your kids, but you just need a minute so you say go watch TV," he admitted.

Zach went on to say that it's not only his actions, but also the stress that comes with the choices he makes, that are difficult.

"Like what are the kids going to do? Are we raising them right? Are they developing into being good kids? What's their future going to be?" Zach asked. "What's the plan? You know, we got to support them from another 18 years. That's the hardest part of being a dad, it consumes you in a good way. It's very consuming though."

On Mother's Day this year, Tori shared a series of photos on her Instagram with all three of her kids as they enjoyed the spring holiday together.

Posing with her kids outside, Tori smiled as she cuddled up with her family in the first photo, also sharing individual shots with each of her kids. The mom of three also took a minute to reflect on having the "best job in the world" in her caption.

"I have the best job title in the world: mom! 🤍 I love these three with my whole heart and I’m so thankful to God for choosing me to be their mama!" Tori wrote. "Thinking of mamas of all kinds today! Past present and future: you are loved! 🤍."

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