Little People, Big World‘s Amy Roloff enjoyed a quiet Thanksgiving holiday. But it looks like the TLC star is gearing up for Christmas now. And she had a special message for fans.
Little People, Big World: Amy Roloff & Chris Marek’s Thanksgiving
One of Amy Roloff’s biggest fears about moving off the farm was a disconnection from her Little People, Big World family. The children come over to the farm a lot, but Amy worried that they wouldn’t come to her house anymore. So far, that hasn’t been the case, but Thanksgiving looked a little different.
On Thanksgiving, none of the kids came over. In fact, it was only Chris Marke and Amy Roloff on their own for a solo dinner. Amy of Little People, Big World did let everyone know that Jeremy Roloff and Audrey Roloff came over with their kids before the holiday.
It seems like Little People, Big World star Amy Roloff had a good holiday. And she also got in on Giving Tuesday as well. She asked fans to give to a worthy organization of their choice.
Amy Asks for Fans to ‘Make a Difference’
Little People, Big World of Amy Roloff asked fans to “make a difference” during the holiday season and throughout the year. She said she didn’t care what organization they gave to, but it would be good to help people out. She said her goal is to serve and impact the world of others.
Amy from the show Little People, Big World went on to say that these are challenging times. And that many people are hurting during this time and feel uncertain and sad. Amy did say that we can be joyful despite these challenging times.
Little People, Big World celebrity said that she wishes everyone a great holiday season. And that the Christmas holidays are at her house now. She hinted at giving to charities that feed children and help with clothes during the cold winter months.
Little People, Big World: Life Away from the Farm
Amy Roloff seems to be doing well after her move away from the farm. Much of the Little People, Big World season showed Amy taking her sweet time getting out of the house. Amy said she didn’t take that long to get out of the house after being there for almost 30 years.
Fans said she did the best she could. And that’s especially after losing her mother and having to help with the funeral. But the show didn’t focus on that fact, which her friend, Lisa Dixon, said was unfair.
Viewers of LPBW love seeing Amy’s house with Christmas decorations. And they said that the decorations and her giving attitude make them love her.
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