Jacob Roloff: Gushed Over, Praised by Fiancee Isabel Rock
Now, Isabel can’t help but gush about the former Little People, Big World star.
Isabel is telling fans how supportive Jacob is — and revealing how he helps her with her art.
“The man behind the resin pieces,” Isabel Rock gushed on social media alongside a glimpse of Jacob helping with her art.
“I couldn’t have done it without his help,” she admits.
Isabel explains: “If you are not familiar with resin, there are so many steps and tricks and measuring.”
“And,” she continues. “You can’t mess any of it up or you’ll ruin the entire piece.”
Isabel then announces: “Jacob always comes through!”
Isabel wasn’t done praising the love of her life.
“He really is the most helpful and supportive fiance,” she gushes.
Her post ends: “I really love him so much!”
Awww, they’re so cute.
And he has been supportive of her in other ways that do not have to do with her art.
Alongside this tender photo, Isabel recently gushed about how Jacob helped her self-image.
“When I first saw this photo,” Isabel writes. “I was horrified at how chubby my cheeks looked.”
“This beautiful picture, with all of its complexities that make it what it is,” she describes.
“And of course,” Isabel laments. “I zeroed in on the most negative thing I could find.”
“My cheeks are one of Jacob’s favorite things about me,” she reveals.
“I’ve had them since birth,” Isabel says of her cheeks. “And apparently, they’re never going away.”
She explains how Jacob’s feedback helped her to appreciate the image.
“Now, with some perspective, I see this photograph as one I will cherish for life,” Isabel writes.
“The way he is looking at me,” she admires. “That perfect Iowa sunset.”
She mentions: “The fact that there were so many deer in a meadow behind us and our dogs were in that same meadow playing ball.”
“Life is a lot like this,” Isabel notes.
A huge part of being a celebrity who posts lowkey thinkpieces to Instagram is drawing larger life lessons from individual photos.
“We tend to hone in on the negatives,” Isabel acknowledges. “It is the way we have trained our brains to work since the beginning.”
“We focus on what we don’t like, what we don’t have, what we wish were different,” Isabel explains.
Isabel continues: “Instead of looking at the whole picture and admiring it for all that it is.”
“I’d like you to join me in training our minds to see things differently,” Isabel invites her followers.
When looking at the world, she says, “we don’t have to see it negatively.”
She suggests that they join her in “Practicing gratitude, daily affirmations, changing our thought patterns,”
“All of these things,” Isabel says. “Can shift our perspective.”
She is absolutely right. Sometimes, the key to changing the way that you think is just daily practice.
Isabel points out that rejecting the natural instinct to focus on the negative can make people’s lives better.
She suggests focusing on this “so that when something bad comes along we can still find the good in it.”
“We can still find the light,” Isabel concludes.
She then follows that post with a couple of tags.
“#worldmentalhealthday,” she writes. “#ilovehimsomuch”
Jacob has been publicly supportive of Isabel’s art, but it’s great to see that he gets involved in the process.
His mother, Amy Roloff, has also shown her support by giving Isabel’s gallery showings a boost on social media.
It is heartwarming to see that Jacob also lends emotional support to Isabel when it comes to loving herself.
Heartwarming, but not surprising — they are, after all, engaged.