Little People, Big World‘s Matt Roloff is at high risk of getting sick, and he worries about COVID-19. Caryn Chandler worried about her boyfriend as well. And she decided to come to the rescue since they were out of masks.
Little People, Big World: Matt Roloff’s Health Challenges
When the pandemic hit, Matt Roloff worried about his health. In fact, the Little People, Big World star said walking across a parking lot is difficult for him. Because of past health issues, Caryn Chandler worries about Matt catching the virus.
Not long ago, Matt of Little People, Big World had to have breathing tests. He scared fans because he shared a photo of himself hooked up to medical machinery. But he said the test was good news, and the doctor said he was good to go.
Despite his good test, Little People, Big World celeb Matt Roloff knows that he has to be careful of any respiratory challenges. Caryn said she knew about his past challenges, and she couldn’t have him getting sick. TLC’s Matt had multiple surgeries as a child and well into adulthood to help him be able to breathe and function better.
Matt Sheepish Over Caryn’s Creation
The 21st season of Little People, Big World showed that masks were nowhere to be found. Matt Roloff was trying to keep from getting sick, but he didn’t have any protection. But Caryn Chandler decided to take things into her own hands.
Caryn from Little People, Big World got some materials and started making masks. Not only did she use cloth, but she had two other secret ingredients. Matt Roloff said Caryn used filters from the heating and cooling system and female napkins.
LPBW patriarch Matt seemed a little shy to tell what Caryn Chandler made the masks out of. But Caryn didn’t seem to mind saying anything. And it looks like her only focus was keeping her man safe.
Little People, Big World: Brighter Days on the Farm
In real-time, the Little People, Big World celebrities Matt Roloff and Caryn Chandler have more of an understanding of COVID-19 now. And it doesn’t seem like Matt or Caryn are as worried anymore. But they have plenty of masks to make sure they are following health recommendations.
Roloff Farms almost didn’t put on pumpkin season this year. But the whole family talked it over, and they made it work. It looks like the season is a success, and tickets sell out quickly each weekend.
Everyone is happy and healthy right now. And fans of Little People, Big World hope it stays that way. They also look forward to learning what happens with the ownership of the farm. This season of the show will answer a lot of questions.
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