AMY Duggar showed fans how much she adores her son, Daxton, with a sweet video stating he has healed her "broken heart."
The 35-year-old shared the video on her official Instagram account and TikTok for her followers to see.
Celebrating Daxton's second birthday, the proud mom put together a video of their best memories caught on camera over the last two years.
Clips showed the pair swimming together, posing with family members, and Daxton noticeably aging throughout the adorable video.
Amy also had some sweet words to pen with the video.
Taking to the post's caption, she recalled how her life "changed for the better" when she gave birth to Daxton.
She also said the tot "healed my broken heart" after she recently revealed she’s a domestic abuse survivor.
Amy wrote in the video's caption: "Two years ago you came into my life and changed me for the better.
"You healed my broken heart and I love being your mama so much. You are truly Heaven sent!
"You are so blessed, and protected, and loved by so many!! Thank you Jesus what a gift he is!!!"
Amy's fans and friends rushed to comment support underneath the post.
Deanna Duggar gushed: "HAPPY BIRTHDAY SWEET DAXXY!!!I Love you with All My Heat!"
A fan penned: "Happy birthday Dax . He so adorable and sweet," as another chimed in, "Proud of you."
"Happy birthday Dax, God bless you and your beautiful family," said one more.
Amy's heartbroken message comes after the former Counting On star shared the personal information as Domestic Violence Awareness month began
The star took to her social media to share a photo of herself holding up her which had "Enough" written in black.
She then wrote a lengthy caption and revealed an incident featuring two now ex-boyfriends.
Amy wrote: "I dated a guy before I was married that was in oil. A lot of money and had a pretty big status around town. We were at a New Years party at some millionaires house and he was telling a story, but he wasn’t telling the story right so I said, 'No, babe, it went like this.'"
'GRABBED ME BY MY NECK'
The star alleged that her boyfriend at the time walked her out of view, and "grabbed me by the neck and grabbed my hair and hit my head against the wall several times and told me to never make him look bad again.
"My job as his girlfriend was just to make him look good. He said if you don’t shut your trap you won’t be my wife. I remember shaking and totally scared not knowing what to do."
She then recalled the time she left another ex-boyfriend after he began smashing up his home during an argument.
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