‘Little People, Big World’: Audrey Roloff Says Pushing Out a Book as Hard as Childbirth

Little People, Big World‘s Audrey Roloff has been working on a book. And she said that it was similar to pushing out her nine-pound two-ounce baby boy, Bode Roloff.

Little People, Big World: Audrey Roloff Talks About Being an Author

Audrey Roloff of Little People, Big World said that she waited for her book just like she did for her kids. She went on to say that these moments of her life were the most memorable because she put so much work into the project. Audrey said that it took her over nine months, just like having a baby.

Little People, Big World star Audrey said that writing made her exhausted from late nights. It made her feel vulnerable, stretched thin, and discouraged. She said that it felt like pregnancy brain when you get to this point of things.

Audrey Roloff from Little People, Big World said that she thought about her book finish line like her pregnancy due date. She said that sometimes she even wondered if she was cut out to do something like writing. But then it happens—you hold it in your hands for the first time.

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Audrey Roloff Cries Over Release

Little People, Big World celeb Audrey Roloff cried over the release of their new book. She said they wrote Creative Love at the beginning of 2020, right when Bode Roloff was born. COVID just became a thing and she said finishing the book meant a lot to her.

Audrey said she had a lot of 2 am phone calls with mentors throughout the time. She also said she was writing while rocking babies to complete chapters. During this time, Audrey Roloff said that they ate a lot of takeout food.

Little People, Big World star Audrey even said she had to get some deadline extensions. She said it wasn’t easy getting this done throughout winter. And that she drank her fair share of coffee.

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Little People, Big World: Feeling Positive about 2021

TLC’s Audrey Roloff said that she feels good about what’s to come. Even though it’s been a difficult year, she said she thinks this book will help a lot of people. She said she wanted to help a lot of people with work, school, social life, and other topics.

Viewers of LPBW wished she and Jeremy Roloff would come back on the show. But they have no plans of coming back and seem to be happy with the way they live their life. In fact, their businesses are doing well, as is their marriage.

There are quite a few people that enjoy following them for marriage advice. And many Little People, Big World fans say they understand why they decided to strike out on their own.

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