Little People, Big World‘s Tori Roloff is excited about a recent move. And she said that move was fifty-one years in the making.
Little People, Big World: Tori Roloff Welcomes Family
Recently, Tori Roloff’s “Marmee” moved to Oregon. Tori of Little People, Big World said she’s an official Oregonian now. And she moved from her house she had in Huntington Beach, California, after fifty-one years.
Tori, Jackson Roloff, and Lilah Roloff posed with Tori’s grandmother. And said, “Let the unpacking begin.” Tori went on to say, “Getting to have my Marmee so close to us is truly a gift from God. I am just selfishly so excited to have my grandma here.”
Tori Roloff’s excitement showed through. And watchers of Little People, Big World cheered alongside her. She said she wants her kids to get to know their great grandmother better.
Tori Has Fun with Family
Tori and her man Zach Roloff of Little People, Big World travel a lot with their family. But even if they can go visit family, it’s more fun to have them closeby. Now Tori has her grandmother, and she can see her whenever she wants to.
Jackson and his little sister Lilah have yet another person to show them love. Despite the changes at the farm, it seems like everything is working out for Zach and his wife, Tori. On the show, it shows some upcoming trouble with Lilah—but in real-time, she’s doing well.
Fans of Little People, Big World hope that Lilah doesn’t have to go through too much. But now that there is even more help around, Lifetime viewers are glad they have more help. Having two children with dwarfism can prove to be a challenge.
Little People, Big World: The New Season Begins
Gearing up for a new season is always fun for the Little People, Big World crew. Even so TLC’s Tori Roloff and husband Zach Roloff are dealing with uncertain times, it seems like they are keeping a good attitude. Whatever the case, the new season has fans excited to see what happens.
Neither Zach nor Tori let it go on social media if they are living at the farm. But with the newest episode of Little People, Big World, they tease that it might be an option. Even though Zach said that he’s tired of his mom and dad’s games.
Pumpkin season is approaching, and things are still on. So, fans are glad to see that the Roloffs didn’t sell the farm. And that the Pumpkin Festival will continue this year—but with social distancing and masks.
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