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Fisher-Price Little People Caring For Animals Farm

Farmer Jed works very hard to care for all his animals on the Little People Caring for Animals Farm, and he would love some help from your tiny farmer. Toddlers will love learning how to take care of all their animal friends, from feeding the chickens to tucking in the horse with a soft blanket, and exploring all the exciting activities on this farm. Get the fun started by pressing the discovery button to pop open the stall doors and hear fun songs and phrases. Or open up the hayloft for drop-through fun that activates more sounds and phrases! Then little farmers can press the discovery button to “hatch” the chicks, turn the silo to rotate the corn crop (pop pop pop!), and so much more! Ding ding ding—ring the bell to let all the animals know it’s dinnertime, then feed some of the corn to the chickens! This activity-packed Little People playset is more than a farm—it’s a home for all your toddler’s new friends. Where development comes into play Sensory: The farm offers tons of sensory-stimulating fun for little ones—from the bright colors, songs & sounds, to the variety of materials for their tiny hands to explore! Curiosity & Wonder: As toddlers discover all the ways to interact with the farm, like pressing the discovery button to hear fun sounds and see the stall doors pop open, they’ll see how their actions can make fun things happen—a great intro to cause & effect! Emotions & Self-Expression: As kids pretend to feed & care for the farm animals, they’re beginning to learn what it feels like to take care of someone else. For ages 1 to 5 years.

They’re living the dream! Little People, Big World stars Zach and Tori Roloff’s new home is reportedly worth $560,000 and it’s absolutely breathtaking inside and out. You will be blown away after hearing the latest details about their Oregon-based abode, which features six bedrooms and three bathrooms. Watch the video above to take a tour!

According to Radar Online, who obtained the property records and pics, the 2,600 square foot home includes a two-car garage and a sizable front porch. Brazilian hardwood floors and wood moulding give the traditional house a luxurious feel, especially with the newly renovated kitchen featuring granite counters and white cabinets. Tori and Zach will definitely enjoy the breakfast nook overlooking the backyard, which has a fire pit and swing set!

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We just so opposite and it’s my favorite thing about our relationship. ❤️ #zandtpartyofthree

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Tori and Zach’s new digs also features a spacious master bedroom with double sinks in their bathroom, a swimming pool, and is only a 10-minute drive from the family’s famous farm. The sale was made official on May 23. The couple also recently put up their current house for sale for $490,000. Of course, fans are eager to know if Zach and Tori are getting ready to give their son Jackson, 1, a sibling in the near future, now that they have more space!

Tori has been the subject of many pregnancy rumors, and even though she would like to expand her family, they don’t have a bundle of joy on the way currently. “If I was pregnant every time the Internet said I was pregnant, I would have like eight kids by now,” she wrote via Instagram in May. Zach also opened up about raising a child with achrondroplasia. “You have to encourage a dwarf child a little more, because it will take them five steps to do what others can do in two,” Zach explained at the time. We’re so excited for their family, since now they have a beautiful place to make memories!

If you’re a fan of Little People, Big World, you may remember the tearful scene last season where beloved Roloff Farms farmhand Camerino Gonzalez Sanchez left the family behind, having been deported back to his native Mexico.

However, as in all things, there’s more to the story, as In Touch Weekly reports.

Little People, Big World is, for the most part, a G-rated show. What’s more, the more unsavory aspects of life in the family — financial hardships, business issues, family drama, divorce — are mostly left out or glossed over. It appears that was the case with Sanchez’ deportation, as well.

According to court documents dug up by Radar Online, it appears Sanchez wasn’t just an innocent victim of an overzealous immigration apparatus. Rather, he’s actually been convicted of crimes — felonies, actually — beyond any chicanery involved in how he got to the U.S.

Specifically, he was convicted of driving under the influence, reckless driving, and cocaine possession. After he crashed his car into a ditch, police determined the car was not driveable and ordered it to be towed. As per procedure, they inventoried the car before having it towed. That’s when they discovered the cocaine.

Who is Camerino Gonzalez Sanchez? Meet the Roloff’s Former Employee Who Was Recently Deported https://t.co/hI2DPBH6AD pic.twitter.com/Mzrr3cxM6K

— Carolina Blanco (@Nnablanko) July 28, 2017

Despite the shady circumstances that led to Sanchez’s deportation, it seems that some members of the Roloff family, and their fans, aren’t willing to let their beloved farmhand’s plight go unnoticed.

Sanchez’ former boss, Matt Roloff, even started a petition to have his deportation overturned.

“Camerino Gonzalez-Sanchez came to the United States from Mexico 24 years ago as a young man looking for a better life. He’s since been deported after being falsely convicted of a nonviolent crime.”

‘Little People Big World’ Update: Baby Jackson Starts Talking To Grandpa Matt Roloff https://t.co/lYCFmtGBVU pic.twitter.com/2XJjNnMhMB

— Celebrity News (@UpdatedCeleb) July 24, 2017

Whether Sanchez was “falsely convicted” and whether his crimes were worthy of deportation are topics of discussion for another article. But it’s clear that Matt Roloff isn’t prepared to let his friend’s deportation stand.

Unfortunately, Matt’s petition fell short of its goal of 40,000 signatures and has now been closed. Also unfortunate is the fact that online petitions aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on; they have no legal weight and, quite honestly, it’s likely that no judge, and no Immigration and Customs Enforcement employee, ever saw the petition or even cares what it says.

As of this writing, Sanchez remains in Mexico and has little likelihood of ever returning to Roloff Farms legally.

The stars of Little People, Big World have had an exciting year — two baby announcements, an engagement, and even book deals — but the famous reality TV family also endured a painful breakup, so-to-speak, with one of their beloved employees. In November, fans who tuned in to the season premiere watched as they said goodbye to Camerino Gonzalez Sanchez, a worker on their Oregon farm who was deported back to his native Mexico.

At the time, Amy Roloff said through tears, “I’ll never understand it.” However, what the Roloffs didn’t reveal during the episode was that the 45-year-old was convicted of cocaine possession, driving under the influence of intoxicants, and reckless driving — according to Oregon court documents. At the time of the crash, authorities allegedly discovered the cocaine.

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A petition to save their “family” member hoped to reach 40,000 signatures to keep him from being deported but came up just short at 35,397. The text for the petition states, “Camerino came to the United States from Mexico 24 years ago as a young man looking for a better life. He’s since been deported after being falsely convicted of a nonviolent crime…” Matt Roloff, who wrote the petition, continued, “Camerino was hired by Roloff Family Farms and was essentially adopted by the Roloff family. He became primary caretaker for this unique, well-known family that is affected by dwarfism (our story is told in the hit TLC show Little People, Big World). Camerino essentially became my arms and legs, as I walk on crutches. Camerino has been gainfully employed for 17 years in this position. During that time he raised his two young girls — both US citizens and honor students.”

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Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough to keep the father-of-two in the country, and fans are just as upset as the Roloff’s. At the time, people took to Twitter to vent their frustrations. One person wrote, “I’m bawling on this part. Why deport someone who isn’t causing trouble but keep the ones that are? Such a sad time!!!” Another added, “Please tell me Camerino is back at Roloff Farms where he belongs?!” The 45-year-old lost his appeal in July 2015 and has since returned to Mexico.

Buried among many other events during the first two episodes of this season of Little People Big World, we learned that Matt and Amy’s assistant/farmhand, Camerino, was being deported.

On the show, it appears to be a routine deportation. But according to sources, it’s much more than that.

The story told in the first episodes of Little People Big World was that Camerino, who had been working on the farm for more than a decade, got summoned for deportation — and this wasn’t the first time.

Amy Roloff talked about how the family tried to get their lawyer involved, but there was nothing that could be done.

Little People Big World Deportation Shockers

Recently, Matt posted a petition seeking 10,000 signatures to keep Camerino in the country. In it, he explains what happened in more detail:

Camerino was hired by Roloff Family Farms and was essentially adopted by the Roloff Family…He has been gainfully employed for 17 years in this position. During that time he raised his two young girls – both U.S. citizens and honor students.

he was allowed to live, work, pay taxes and raise his family in Oregon all the while reporting to the Immigration office. Unfortunately he didn’t always receive good legal advice.

Then nine years ago Camerino was falsely accused and convicted of drug possession. New evidence has since come to light that will overturn his conviction if only the immigration officials would review his case. But ICE doesn’t seem to want to investigate or know the facts or care that how this attorney negatively affected his right to fair consideration.

So Camerino was convicted of drug posession? That’s not what was implied in the show.

But there’s more to this story: A Roloff fan site called Spirits Wander found what they claim is Camerino’s case document.

In the document, it says that Camerino “was convicted of unlawful possession of cocaine, driving under the influence of intoxicants, and reckless driving, arising out of an incident in which he drove his car into a ditch.”

The document says that Camerino drove his car into a ditch, and when the police came to investigate, they found the substances.

It further says that Camerino tried to suppress the evidence because he didn’t understand his Miranda rights (because he doesn’t speak English well).

Camerino later claimed that his lawyer “provided him with constitutionally inadequate representation.”

But where it gets really interesting is this part (bold added):

Petitioner had called Roloff for assistance after crashing into the ditch; Roloff arrived at the scene after the police, but observed the position of the car before it was towed. In his petition, petitioner argued that his trial counsel was ineffective in failing to argue that the evidence obtained by the police should be suppressed because it was obtained through an invalid inventory search. Petitioner contended that his trial counsel should have argued that petitioner’s car was not a hazard and did not need to be towed, therefore, no inventory search needed to be performed.

Essentially, Camerino was trying to get the case thrown out on a technicality: the car didn’t need to be towed, so the police shouldn’t have searched it, and if they didn’t search it, they wouldn’t have found the illegal substances.

Is this what Matt Roloff claims is “new evidence has since come to light that will overturn his conviction if only the immigration officials would review his case”? It’s unclear. But if it is, it would explain why the judge made the ruling he did.

If the “new evidence” is something else — something that really would change the outcome of the case — we urge Matt to bring it to light.

However, we believe that it’s unlikely that Matt would be keeping such evidence quiet.

One thing we do know: it appears that the family was not telling the whole truth to either the TV audience or the readers of the petition.

Given Matt’s own history with the law and being tried for driving while intoxicated, that is somewhat unsurprising.

Wanna read more on this? Check these out: Little People Big World: What Has Molly Been Up To? (more); Little People Big World Scandal: Just How Accepting are Jeremy and Audrey Roloff? (more); Who Is Chris Marek? Little People Big World’s Amy Roloff’s New Boyfriend (more); ‘Little People, Big World’ Season 11 Episode 8: Life is About to Change (more).