Little People, Big World‘s Amy Roloff said she is overjoyed and grateful this holiday season. Despite the pandemic, she found ways to have a great holiday season.
Little People, Big World: Starting Over – Amy Roloff Loves Her New Home
Amy Roloff of Little People, Big World finally moved out of the farmhouse. With almost 30 years of memories in the home, it took a while for Amy to leave. She did get some flack on the matter from Matt Roloff, but now she’s in her new house.
Little People, Big World star Amy Roloff said it is time for someone else to make memories in the farmhouse. And many people root for Zach Roloff and his family to move in. Whatever the case, it’s no longer her home, and she’s settling in at her new home.
Amy of LPBW said it was strange living in a place with a small yard. Despite this, she and Chris Marek have made it very homey. While she did decorate most of the house, Chris said that he got to fix up his game room.
Amy and Festivities with Grandbabies
Little People, Big World celeb Amy Roloff had Jackson Roloff and Ember Roloff over to the house. These two sweethearts are the oldest two grandkids. And it looks like Amy kept them busy and let their parents enjoy time with only one child to look after.
She said she helped Jackson and Ember with their Christmas presents. TLC’s Ember Roloff and Jackson Roloff made pictures and an ornament for their parents. Amy said that everyone loves receiving gifts but that something more happens when we give.
Viewers of Little People, Big World cheered Amy on. In fact, they said she is a great grandma and that it always looks like they have so much fun. Audrey Roloff told Amy that the ornaments were precious and was very grateful.
Little People, Big World: Makes the Most of Things
Despite the COVID-19 scare, Amy Roloff keeps a good attitude. She’s very much into the giving season and encouraged fans of Little People, Big World to give. She hinted at giving to causes that help with clothing and food.
Little People, Big World viewers said they love Amy’s heart. And that it is a great idea to help others during the holiday season. As a matter of fact, Amy Roloff said that helping others during hard times is one way to keep loneliness at bay.
She continues to try to cheer people up during the holidays. And said it could be a hard time for many people. Fans said watching Little People, Big World cheers them up.
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