Little People, Big World‘s Amy Roloff is having a lot of fun this season. She shared her costume along with glitter face paint and a mask, and fans say she looks great.
Little People, Big World: Amy Roloff Misses Pumpkin Season
Last season, Amy Roloff wasn’t at Roloff Farms for the pumpkin festivals. Fans worried that the Little People, Big World star might be done with it for good. But the reason she missed last year was because her mother died.
Amy had to go to Michigan to be with her Dad after her mother’s death. It was a difficult time for Amy Roloff of Little People, Big World. And that wasn’t just because of losing her mother. She also had a hard time because she wasn’t sure where her three-year relationship with Chris Marek was going.
Thankfully, we all know now that TLC’s Chris was planning his proposal. Before long, Chris and Amy will say their vows and be man and wife. Fans are happy for the Little People, Big World celeb. But they are really happy to see that Amy isn’t MIA at this year’s event.
Amy Back at the Pumpkin Festival
Amy of Little People, Big World showed off her fancy costume. Her glittery face set it off and her butterfly antenna and wings. Fans of the show always look when Amy is out at the pumpkin patch taking pictures.
Amy pointed out that everyone is safe. They have signs up saying to keep one cow’s length apart. Besides social distancing, everyone has to wear masks to ensure that everyone is safe.
This year, the Little People, Big World farm isn’t doing the play area. They made everyone get reservations, and everything except the store will be outside. Amy Roloff proudly showed off the farm and all its fogginess.
Little People, Big World: Preparing for an Exciting Year-End
Amy has had a lot of fun this year and has done a lot of taping for Little People, Big World. The family is doing good at keeping the show going despite the family split. A lot more of the show is focusing in on Tori Roloff and Zach Roloff and their children.
The farm is a big topic for discussion throughout the twenty-first season. It’s hard to tell if things are resolved already or if they are still in limbo about what they want to do. Whatever the case, it seems like LPBW’s Matt Roloff and Amy are doing everything they can to keep things calm for pumpkin season.
The farm looks great, and there was a long line of cars waiting to get in the event. The popular Little People, Big World family enjoys welcoming everyone to their farm. And viewers hope that doesn’t change.
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