Little People, Big World star Matt Roloff and his fiancée Caryn Chandler are celebrating Christmas with his grandchildren a little early this year. Caryn and Matt are making their rounds visiting with his kids and grandkids before they head off to their house in Arizona. It’s the best of both worlds for Matt and Caryn. They get a snowy Oregon Christmas and then jet off to parts warmer for the holidays in the desert southwest.
Little People, Big World: Matt Roloff Attends Back To Back Christmas Events
Matt Roloff, the Little People, Big World grandfather of three, credits his girlfriend for pulling off not one but two early holiday family gatherings this past weekend. Matt Roloff and Caryn Chandler plan to spend the rest of the year at their home in the much warmer Arizona.
So Caryn Chandler to the rescue planning time with each of Matt’s twin sons and their families. According to Matt, Caryn was able to make sure all the Roloffs got special individual attention. Plus, still celebrate as one united Little People, Big World family.
Certainly, this is an extra special Christmas for The Roloffs. Tori and Zach welcomed their daughter Lilah last month. Additionally, Little People, Big World alums, Jeremy Roloff and Audrey Roloff, are a few short weeks away from welcoming their second child, a son, early next year.
LPBW Star is Modern Day Santa
In advance of Matt’s big weekend with family, he posted a selfie zipping around a Seattle area mall shopping. Clearly he was on a mission to make sure all his loved ones had a handpicked gift from him. No doubt Little People, Big World‘s Matt Roloff enjoys playing Santa and buying his family presents.
The Little People, Big World patriarch, Matt Roloff, is not a fan of the mall. So clearly it’s a labor of love that he spends the day shopping. In fact, Matt admits he only makes one trip a year to the mall. Knowing how he avoids this experience only makes what he selects for his family that more special.
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