Little People, Big World‘s Jackson Roloff is adventurous. But it looks like he recently found some trouble on the farm. And mom, Tori Roloff, said he wasn’t happy about it.
Little People, Big World: Jackson Roloff is the Perfect Farm Helper
Matt Roloff loves having his little helper Jackson on the farm. And there are plenty of times when Little People, Big World fans see Jackson doing different chores. Lately, he’s chased chickens and worked on projects in the barn.
Jackson from Little People, Big World is only three years old, but he does great on the farm. He is very chill and listens to his parents and grandparents well. There is a lot for him to do on the farm, and he even has his little vehicle parked next to the big farm ATVs.
In the recent seasons of Little People, Big World, there’s been a lot of talk about what will happen to the farm. Fans hope the Roloff family keeps it. They want Jackson Roloff to be able to grow up there and enjoy life like his father did.
Jackson Has a Run-In
Tori shared a photo of her and TLC’s Lilah Roloff, and if you look behind her head, you’ll see a bee. She said, “Jackson got stung AGAIN today, so he was not about him.” The “him” she was talking about was the bee.
Despite Jackson Roloff’s run-in with the bee, most people focused on Lilah’s sweater and Tori’s hair. But a few people did say they hoped Jackson felt better. And that they hoped the Little People, Big World star wouldn’t let the bee ruin his pumpkin time.
The bees are out in full force on the Little People, Big World farm. But there isn’t much they can do to protect against the bees. Hopefully, the bees will leave little Jackson alone.
Little People, Big World: Pumpkin Season Kicks Off
Even though the bees are trying to give Jackson Roloff of Little People, Big World a hard time, he’s still having fun. He wanted to launch a rocket for a while. And his uncle Jacob Roloff was at the farm and made that happen.
Tori said that no matter how long these two are apart, they’re still best buds. It won’t be long, and everyone will get to enjoy the crowd coming through the pumpkin festival. Everyone that comes needs to have a reservation. And Matt Roloff said people have to wear a mask.
Roloff farms has masks for sale there to make sure everyone can come in. The Little People, Big World family is ready to welcome everyone for a new experience on the farm.
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