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A Little People, Big World star has some rather huge news to share.

Taking once again to her Instagram Story on January 22, Tori Roloff tried to answer the main question on the minds of fans around the country.

How is she doing at home as the mother of two young kids?

Not quite, even though Tori has well over one million followers who are often curious about how things are going for Tori and Zach Roloff with their newborn daughter and toddler son.

In this case, however, the pressing question centered not on Tori’s personal life… but on her professional life.

“When does the new season air?” a social media user asked Tori of Little People, Big World, prompting a surprising answer from the beloved TLC star:

“This spring!!”

So there you have it, folks. Sort of.

Tori’s response is rather broad and vague, of course, but it does fit the typical Little People, Big World timeline.

The series premiered on April 2 in 2019 and aired new episodes through June 4.

If it really does follow this same pattern in 2020 — kicking off a new season on the first Tuesday of April — then that means we’ll have Tori and her family back in our lives on April 7.

But don’t quote us on that! It’s merely an educated guess.

When the long-running program does return, it will not lack for storylines; that much is for certain.

Tori and Zach welcomed daughter Lilah into the world a short while before Thanksgiving.

Just over two months later, Audrey and Jeremy Roloff welcomed a son named Bode.

And before these blessed events took place, Amy Roloff got engaged to Chris Marek. And she has also moved off the farm and into her very own place for the first time in decaces.

Tragically, she also bid farewell to her mother last fall.

Like we said, a lot has gone down of late!

Mostly good and mostly all very promosing for the future of these loved ones.

The Roloffs excel at social media use, at least, so we’ve been able to follow most of these developments in real time.

But it’s always fun to go behind the scenes on Little People, Big World and to see certain things that only television cameras can capture, you know?

Are you excited for the return of Little People, Big World?

Are you still watching, even in the absence of Audrey and Jeremy, who left the series in the summer of 2018?

And just how adorable is little Bode?!? Check out some of his best and cutest photos below:

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LITTLE People, Big World’s Tori Roloff has confirmed her daughter has dwarfism – two months after mother-in-law Amy discussed the newborn’s diagnosis.

The TLC star took part in an “Ask Me Anything” Q&A on her Instagram Story when she explained that Lilah, who was born in November, is a little person like her dad Zach, 29, and brother Jackson, 2.

5 Little People, Big World’s Tori Roloff has confirmed her daughter has dwarfismCredit: Instagram

The 28-year-old shared the news on the social media platform when she was asked why she had opted for a C-section.

She wrote: “Because Lilah has dwarfism. It’s not that I couldn’t have a vbac , but most likely it would have ended in a C-section so we just skipped ahead.”

Tori added that her hospital visit “was so much more difficult” with Lilah, but she “recovered a lot faster this time around.

“Now just trying to get back into shape and love my body through PP.”

5 The TLC star confirmed it during an ‘Ask Me Anything’ Q&A on her Instagram StoryCredit: Instagram

Tori and Zach welcomed Lilah Ray on November 19 and announced the news on Instagram several days later.

The Little People, Big World couple share their son Jackson Kyle, whom they welcomed back in 2017.

Jack, 29, also has achondroplasia like his famous father, which is a common form of dwarfism.

5 The 28-year-old shared the news on the social media platformCredit: Instagram 5 Tori welcomed Lilah Ray in November. Pictured with son JacksonCredit: Instagram

Tori’s announcement comes two month since her mother-in-law Amy Roloff, 55, revealed that Lilah would “have the same type of dwarfism as her dad Zachary and brother Jackson.”

In a now-deleted Facebook Live seen by Radar Online, the TLC star said: “She will be a little person.”

5 Zach and Jackson both have dwarfismCredit: Instagram


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“And just to give you a quick synopsis, they have a 50/50 chance of having a little person like Zachary, or be an average size person. So, I commend Tori, she’s a good mom.

“I also commend her because realizing when you’re not used to it, she’s going to be the different one in her own family, instead of maybe Jackson or something like that.”

A few hours later after intially sharing the clip, it disappeared from Amy’s feed.

Little People’s Tori Roloff reveals daughter has dwarfism – weeks after mother-in-law Amy spilled diagnosis

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  • Jeremy and Audrey Roloff formerly of Little People, Big World have reportedly started a new business on Roloff Farms.
  • This comes just one week after Jeremy and Audrey made it clear that they wish to co-own a farm together one day.

Just last week, Jeremy Roloff expressed interest in owning a farm with his wife, Audrey, unknowingly makingLittle People Big World fans upset when he said he couldn’t “afford” to buy Roloff Farms from his dad, Matt. But now, is reporting that the couple may have already taken a giant step to achieving their goal.

The outlet claims it has records confirming that Jeremy and Audrey registered a new business in March under the name “The Roloff Company.” According to Radar, Jeremy is listed as the company’s president, while Audrey is secretary. What’s more, their business has the same address as Roloff Farms. In terms of what their new business venture is all about, however, is not yet clear.

Jeremy’s parents, Matt and Amy Roloff, who filed for divorce in 2015, had previously co-owned Roloff Farms together since 1990. Though, as fans of the TLC series learned in the season 19 finale this spring, Amy recently accepted a buyout and agreed to no longer live on the farm or deal with the property’s businesses.

Even though Amy has little to do with the farm anymore, both she and Matt discussed on Little People Big World the possibility of their kids – Jeremy, Zach, Molly, and Jacob — keeping the family business going. Maybe, this is a sign that the changing of the guard is beginning to happen right now.

“Growing up on a farm, the passion for land has never left me. Auj and I have been working very hard to be able to acquire one someday,” Jeremy explained recently on an Instagram post.

While we all wait to hear more about Jeremy and Audrey’s newest venture, the two continue to dominate with their other projects. Together, the pair co-authored A Love Letter Life, which is now officially a New York Times best-seller. On top of that, they run their Behind the Scenes podcast and Beating 50 Percent marriage blog together.

How they can take on even more given their already-packed schedule is beyond us, but we sure are rooting for them.

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‘Little People, Big World’: Did Amy Roloff Subtly Shade Matt Roloff on Father’s Day?

Another season of Little People, Big World has recently ended, and fans never expected the grand conclusion. We know Matt and Amy Roloff divorced years ago and have since been residing on opposite ends of Roloff Farms property, but Amy made the major decision to sell her part of the farm. And while it seemed like Matt and Amy have been totally amicable in the years following their separation, Amy opened up about a lot of hurt she’s been feeling — and fans have really felt for her.

With it recently being Father’s Day, Amy usually shares a sweet message about the fathers in her life on Instagram — but she may have just subtly shaded Matt this year. Here’s what happened.

Matt Roloff wrote a heartfelt post that included Amy for Mother’s Day this year

It’s clear Matt and Amy have complicated feelings about each other now. Today, they both are in serious relationships with their significant others, and they also have to see each other often thanks to living in such close proximity and owning Roloff Farms together. From Matt’s perspective, it appears he’s doing just fine with Amy around post-divorce — and he’s even stood up for her via social media when fans attacked. Not only that, but this past Mother’s Day, he included her in his heartfelt Instagram message about the mothers in his life that he appreciates.

“A very Happy Mother’s Day to ..first and foremost … my mom (Peggy) the one who gave me life and made me who I am! …. and to Amy the wonderful mother of my 4 amazing children,” he captioned his post on Instagram. “AND finally to ALL the moms … those that desire to be moms and all the wonderful women in the world that define the word ‘mom’ – You are the heart and soul and givers of life and love .” Fans loved this sweet message, too. “Very sweet to include Amy in your message and well wishes. Such class,” a fan commented.

Amy remained totally silent on Father’s Day

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Road trip to Idaho. Going camping and meeting up w/ some of Chris’s family. If you know me I love road trips, Chris and I love it and small towns. ❤️. Stopped by the little town of Dixie, just outside Walla Walla. #roadtrips #amyroloffssecondact #travelswithamyandchris #camping

A post shared by Amy Roloff (@amyjroloff) on Jun 13, 2019 at 5:16pm PDT

Amy posts to Instagram quite often, but this year, In Touch Weekly notes she added absolutely nothing to commemorate Father’s Day. And her silence seemed particularly odd given her sweet Father’s Day post from 2018 — though that post also included absolutely no mention of Matt, either. “Happy Happy Fathers Day Zach Roloff and Jeremy James Roloff. I’m so proud of you both and the Dad you are growing into for your son and daughter. It’s the best forever role that keeps blessing you everyday ,” Amy captioned her 2018 post.

Amy could have just been too busy to create a post for the holiday this year, of course, as we know she was doing a lot of traveling to see her mother and father while her mom was in the hospital. And she also followed her Michigan visit up with a road trip with boyfriend Chris Marek. Even so, it doesn’t take much to give a quick shout out to the fathers in her life, and she chose to forego it all completely on the ‘gram.

Amy just included scathing accusations about Matt in her memoir

Not only did Amy remain silent for Father’s Day on social media, but she also released her memoir, A Little Me, on June 4. The memoir is all about her experience growing up with achondroplasia dwarfism — and it also includes some scathing information about Matt. In the book, Amy claimed that Matt “betrayed” her and was seeing a farm employee (who we can assume was his current girlfriend, Caryn Chandler) behind her back while she and Matt were still married, Radar Online reports. “Then it dawned on me. Matt and our farm manager, who had been working for us a number of years by then, seemed to have more than just a working relationship or friendship,” she wrote.

We know Amy and Matt decided to separate, but Amy added in her book, “I kept quiet over the years. I didn’t even think about divorce; I didn’t want it to be an option. I’ve never felt so alone, hurt, and betrayed in my life.” And it’s clear from this last season of LPBW that she’s still feeling the aftershock of the divorce today. We’re hoping Amy is finding some peace with her decision to move on from Roloff Farms, too.

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Bye bye kitchen😥 Life update👇🏻(in case you don’t watch my instragram stories) 6 months ago Jeremy and l bought our first home, a bit of a fixer upper. l was 6 months pregnant at the time, but we decided to do a minor remodel, mostly we wanted to update our 1960’s kitchen and take out a wall to open it up to the living room. What we thought would take 4 weeks ended up taking 3 months… We finally moved in 3 weeks before my due date – still without a stove/oven and a few other lingering things to finished up. 11 days after my due date, we brought Ember Jean Roloff home, and she started rocking and ruling our world;) Flash forward 2 months – full of tears, doctors appointments, prayers, laughter, learning, sleepless nights, cuddles, hundreds of baby pics, take-out, and Netflix… we come to find out our dishwasher had been leaking water under our kitchen😭 and all our hard work would need to be ripped out and redone🤦🏼‍♀️ this time with a newborn baby and during the holidays… l was just starting to feel like l got my feet back under me again since having Ember, we finished pumpkin season, and we were days away from being able to cook our first home cooked meal. As they say, “If you can make lt through a remodel you can go through anything…” Well, looks like we are about to make it through two in one year🤷🏼‍♀️ Yesterday our entire kitchen got torn up (muchhhhh worse than this photo). To be honest, l was pretty heartached, angry, frustrated, and bitter for at least a solid 24 hours. Moving out/living under construction with a newborn is 👎🏻 But today the Lord reminded me of this simple yet significant truth. There is ALWAYS MORE to my story than what l can see, know, and understand. “…as we look not to the things that are seen but to the things that are unseen. For the things that are seen are transient, but the things that are unseen are eternal.” 2 Corinthians‬ ‭4:18‬ ‭ So all this? l know He will work it for my good and His glory. The Lord is the author, l simply get to be a faithful narrator – His past faithfulness demands my present trust. #alwaymore #journeyofjerandauj #beating50percent

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Baby #2 is on the way!
On Monday, Little People, Big World alums Jeremy and Audrey Roloff announced on Instagram that they are expecting their second child.
“Baby #2 is coming in January!!!? Ember is gonna be a big sister!?? We are so grateful and excited for this little blessing to join our family???,” Audrey captioned a series of photos of them outdoors with their 1-year-old daughter and images from their sonogram.
In one image, little Ember Jean is riding on her father’s shoulder, while in another she is sitting between them for the photo shoot. In the third, her mother is holding her as she offers the camera a big wave.

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Baby #2 is coming in January!!!🎉 Ember is gonna be a big sister!😍😭 We are so grateful and excited for this little blessing to join our family💗🙏🏻

A post shared by Audrey Mirabella Roloff (@audreyroloff) on Jul 1, 2019 at 12:56pm PDT

Last July, ten months after their daughter was born, Jeremy and Audrey announced that they had made the difficult decision to leave Little People, Big World after 14 years on the air.
“A year ago I made the decision that this season would be our last. It has been an amazing run, and I can’t say thank you enough to all of you who have watched and supported us along the ride,” Jeremy captioned another sweet family photo. “We have the most loyal fans on TV and we appreciate every one of you. You are what made doing this so fun.”

In recent months, the couple have been on a book tour to promote their new book, A Love Letter Life, which explores the pair’s personal experience in relationships and dating, as well as pursuing true love.


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A Love Letter Life: Pursue Creatively. Date Intentionally. Love Faithfully.

More than 2.3 million people watched as Jeremy and Audrey shared their vows and committed their lives to one another on TLC’s hit show Little People, Big World. As beautiful as their wedding was, the Roloffs made a point to prepare more for their marriage than their wedding day. Their wedding day was the culmination of a bumpy and complicated dating relationship. From health problems, to emotional walls, to being separated by one thousand miles, the couple faced daunting obstacles. Now for the first time, Jeremy and Audrey share their story in all its beauty and imperfections as they show how their unique approach to dating empowered them to write an uncommon love story and prepared them for married life.

In A Love Letter Life, Audrey and Jeremy share vulnerable insights from their own journey, encourage readers to stop settling for convenient relationships, offer perspective on male and female differences in dating, tackle tough topics like purity, give their nine rules for fighting well, suggest fun ideas for connection in a world of technology, and provide fresh advice on how to intentionally pursue a love story that never ends.

As Jeremy and Audrey write, if you can fall into love, you can fall out. True love is something you choose to live out each day through your actions, decisions, and sacrifices. To find and still seek, that is love. From the moment you meet your potential spouse, you can be intentional about shaping a beautiful love story, uniquely written for who God created you both to be. A Love Letter Life will equip you to pursue an intentional, creative, and faithful love story from your first date to “I do” and beyond.

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