‘LPBW’: Did Matt Roloff Just Subtly Say He’s the Only One Running Roloff Farms Pumpkin Season?
It’s officially pumpkin season at Roloff Farms, and fans of Little People, Big World are well-aware that this is the farm’s biggest season for festivities, fun, and plenty of visitors. When Matt and Amy Roloff first entered the world of reality TV, they owned and operated the farm together while caring for their four kids. A lot has changed since then, however. Now, Matt and Amy are divorced, and Amy sold her half of Roloff Farms to Matt.
Even with the divorce and Amy selling her half of the farm, many hoped both parties would be involved with pumpkin season. But Matt may have just given a subtle clue to his Instagram followers that he’s running the season by himself.
All of the Roloffs are currently advertising pumpkin season on social media
The Roloffs don’t always get along, as there’s been plenty of controversy in the family in the last year alone. But if there’s anything that brings them all together, it’s pumpkin season on Roloff Farms. Both Matt and Amy have posted advertisements on their Instagram to encourage LPBW viewers to swing by the farm in the next few weeks to see everything the farm has to offer.
Despite Matt and Amy’s differences, they also took a photo together that included their significant others, their kids, and their in-laws at the start of the season in front of the Roloff Farms pumpkin patch sign. “Roloff Farms Pumpkin Season 2019 is officially under way. And what a start we had. Today the strongest showing of guests on a opening friday so far. Thanks,” Matt captioned the photo on Oct. 5.
Amy Roloff said she’s not playing as big of a role in the season as usual
Everyone expects Amy to play as big of a role in pumpkin season as Matt, but it seems that’s not the case this year. Amy’s said multiple times on her Instagram that she’s not going to be on Roloff Farms as much this season to help out. As we know, Amy just got engaged to her partner of three years, Chris Marek. And in sadder news, her mother also passed away, so she’s making trips to Michigan to help her father with the loss. But it seems there may be a few other reasons as to why Amy isn’t partaking as much this year.
“Can you guys tell me why she’s not part of the pumpkin season?” one of Amy’s followers asked on this post of Amy on the farm. To that, Amy replied, “just a lot going on and changes and choosing not to be involved in a confrontation.” And she then added after that, “just not as much this year. It’s changed for me now and because I choose not to be a part of a confrontation that could have impacted others from an ultimatum that was said to me if followed through.”
Did Matt Roloff say he’s running the season solo?
Matt Roloff recently added a post of himself with his two grandkids on the farm to his Instagram — and the caption was interesting. “I asked my little Farm helpers to show everyone how their boots make all the difference at Grandpa’s Pumpkin Patch. I think they came 100% prepared,” he captioned the post.
Could calling Roloff Farms “Grandpa’s Pumpkin Patch” be a quiet indicator from Matt that he’s the only one running the farm? Given what Amy said on her Instagram, it’s possible. And we can’t forget that since Amy sold her half of the farm to Matt, Matt is the sole owner of the farm, so it makes even more sense that he would call Roloff Farms completely his own.
It looks like Matt is teaching his grandkids how to take care of the farm when they’re young as well, as he captioned this Instagram post, “Training the next generation to run the patch. #rolofffarms.” If Matt is the one running Roloff Farms pumpkin season all by himself, we’re sure he’ll be thankful when the grandbabies get older and can help him out!
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