Molly Roloff Actually Visits Family Farm, Makes Amy One Happy Mama
Molly Roloff may not be a cast member on Little People, Big World.
But that doesn’t mean she isn’t a very welcome member of her own family.
Unlike her brother, Jacob, who quit the aforementioned TLC series last summer in a major huff, Molly has never made any grand statements about the show being fake or phony or silly in any way.
She’s simply chosen to live a more private life, one that has taken her away from her family farm and one that includes a very normal and content existence with husband Joel.
Like we said before, however, Molly is on great terms with her parents despite having removed herself from their everyday lives and their most profitable source of income.
And that relationship was on full display this past weekend.
In honor of the beginning of pumpkin season at Roloff Farms, Molly and Joel drove on down and supported their loved ones.
They posed for a photo with the entire family, and they also posed for a photo with just Amy, as you can see above.
“I was so so excited that Molly and Joel were able to drive down for opening weekend of pumpkin season at Roloff Farms Pumpkin Patch,” Amy wrote as a caption to the two images above.
“It was wonderful to see them. This mom was happy.”
And below is the snapshot that has been making the Internet rounds, with nearly every single Roloff in the same place for a fun change:
As far as Molly goes, she recently hung with her dad as well and does try to come back to the farm when she can.
But she headed off college at Whitworth University and then met her now-husband shortly thereafter, Joel Silvius.
Together, the couple chose to stay in the area and they’re now permanently based in Spokane, Washington, which is about a six-hour drive from where Matt and Amy reside.
(Yes, Matt and Amy are divorced, but they still live on the same large piece of property. It’s a whole thing.)
It’s not a short haul for Joel and Molly to visit the farm, but pumpkin season is THE huge event for this family.
At least professionally speaking.
“The first weekend of pumpkin season has officially come and the whole family came out!” the Roloffs shared on the farm’s official Instagram page.
“Thank you to everyone who has come out despite the rainy Oregon weather!”