Where do things stand with her kids?

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Amy Roloff and her kids: where do they stand?

As has been well documented over the years, Matt Roloff does not have a strong relationship with his children these days.

It’s been over a year small people, big world The star put his farm up for sale, seemingly not giving his kids a fair chance to buy it, and then he got In response, son Zach dragged him hard,

Since then, the relationship between Matt and his children has been rocky (at best).

But what about Matt’s ex-wife? What is Amy Roloff’s relationship with her children these days?

Amy has given fans an update on where things stand between her and her kids… and there may be some serious tension there.

Amy Roloff, Matt Roloff
Divorced couple, Amy Roloff, Matt Roloff, in season 25 of ‘Little People, Big World’. (TLC)

Amy Roloff has 4 children

The reality star has four children – twins Zach and Jeremy, 33, daughter Molly, 29, and son Jacob, 26. She shares all of these with ex-husband Matt Roloff.

Amy has not welcomed any other children with her new husband Chris Marek, nor does she have any children of her own.

Although the children are grown, Amy has worked hard over the years to maintain a close relationship with her 3 sons and 1 daughter.

Last Mother’s Day, all four children came together to celebrate their mother in a rare meeting

Amy wrote, “I am blessed to have four children who made me a mother.” Instagram, “You are my greatest gift that the Lord has blessed me with.”

“I am so proud of you for the amazing person you are and the amazing adult you have become,” she said.

It was a rare moment to see the kids, but there was also a rare photo of the kids on Amy’s Instagram.

She doesn’t post about them often. Maybe because she doesn’t get to see them as much as fans would like.

Amy spent time with her children

A few weeks before Mother’s Day, Amy opened up about how she didn’t see her sons or her daughter over Easter.

And how he really hasn’t seen any of them in a while.

“Oh my God, can you believe we’re in April?” Amy asked her followers.

Amy Roloff looks very happy in this photo of herself from the latest season of Little People, Big World. (TLC)

She then began detailing her Easter plans, which obviously didn’t include seeing her kids:

“Jer and Odd are out of town, Zack and Tori, they’re doing their thing at Battle Ground.

“Jacob and Issy, actually, I invited them over for dinner just last week or a few days ago. Well, I haven’t seen them in ages, and Mateo.”

Amy talked a lot in the quiz, contradicting herself at times – but it also became clear that she hasn’t spent much time with her loved ones in quite some time.

“Oh my God, I feel so bad because I didn’t do anything for Easter,” Amy continued.

“I was supposed to go to Molly’s last weekend, but because I forgot about the commitment Chris and I made, I’m going this weekend.

“And so I’ll go up and see Molly, but Jacob was here and he says, ‘It seems like it’s kind of a tradition, during Easter, to go up and see Molly.’

“So I thought you know, it might be a good thing… So yeah, I haven’t seen her in a while since January, and I miss my daughter.”

Zach Roloff looks lost in thought in this photo (TLC)

tension between family

Things have generally been off between the Roloffs for a while now.

Zach and Tori moved to Washington a year ago; Audrey and Jeremy are renovating their own farm these days; And Molly has been living several hours away from her parents for a long time.

Meanwhile, Jacob and Isabel have always been somewhat nomadic.

The tension between these family members has left many wondering if Little People, Big World will ever return with new episodes.

,small people, big world meant A fun, family show about a pumpkin farm and how they live life despite their disability,” a source told. Sun In January 2023.

“While the drama is usually great for reality TV, it has become a little frustrating to watch as the family has fallen apart in recent months.”

Conclusion of this report:

“Most families love having cameras capture them, and later their own children, growing up, but things have changed. The future of the show is in doubt.”


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