Little People, Big World‘s Matt Roloff and the family weren’t sure they were going to put on the pumpkin festival this year. But it looks like it’s still on—but with a few major changes.
Little People, Big World: Matt Roloff Prepares for Pumpkin Time
Little People, Big World viewers have watched Matt Roloff, his wife Amy Roloff, and their children put on the pumpkin festival for years. But in recent years, things are different due to his split with Amy. In fact, last year, Amy didn’t come to the pumpkin festival due to issues with her mother.
Matt told fans of Little People, Big World that things are going to be even more different this year. And that they should prepare for big changes. Matt shared some of those big changes with viewers to prepare them to visit the farm.
Little People, Big World fans are giving their support to one of their favorite television families. But some of the changes did make them sad, despite the fact that they are understandable.
Matt Shares COVID-19 Modifications
The reason for the changes to the popular Little People, Big World event is due to COVID-19. Matt said they’ve talked about it a lot and had so many meetings. But it looks like they have to do a total makeover to make 2020 conditions work for the festival.
There won’t be a play area for the kids. And he also said that the rides around the farm are a thing of the past. But they still have displays, pumpkin for sale, and a quarter of a mile dirt trail for people to walk. But Matt Roloff said that you have to wear your mask—even outside.
Another major change to the Little People, Big World special event is that you have to make a reservation to come. And you have to pay a small fee, which is a new development. It’s likely that hard times are hitting the farm, and they have to do what’s necessary to keep things going.
Little People, Big World: Preparing for the Fun
Matt said that he knows times are different. But he feels confident that the new way they are doing things will be a hit. And not only will it be a hit, but he also says it’s going to be safe.
Some watchers of Little People, Big World worried about the fires in the area. TLC’s Matt Roloff said the air quality should be better by the time the festival is underway. It seems like the air quality is getting better, and it will be cooler, so hopefully, the fires will subside.
Jackson Roloff was at the farm helping prepare. And fans wonder if all of the photos at the farm means Tori Roloff and Zach Roloff choose to move into the farmhouse.
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