Me and my wife want to adop a child who is little but with a huge heart of love. This program shows that even if your a little person, your just like everyone else. Looking forward to your next season. They follow the Roloph family and we get to see what they go through on a day to day basis. Sure, they edit their footage to make it more interesting, but I think what we see for the most part is a very truthful look at a very normal family. I have a disability and my parents do have nothing to do with me and my family.
I wish that I had had the opportunity, or made the opportunity, to raise my kids on such a wonderful farm. I love watching this family and I want it on more because I just cant get enough of them. And in the Farm there are many different places for kids to go and play, so its basically one big playground. I haven't gotten their book yet, but I'm looking forward to doing so. To me it's one of those shows that I have to watch and when it's not on I can't wait for the next. You all have my support.
Thanks Who couldn't fall in love with this show. That led to Jeremy being asked how his brother Zach felt about them leaving. There is something about the family and their closeness that I just find interesting. And they just happen to be little people. Originally a stay-at-home mom but now holding down two jobs, Amy has raised four children: 15-year-old twins, Jeremy and Zach Jeremy is average height and Zach is a little person , 12-year-old Molly and 8-year-old Jacob.
The last couple of years have seen the show go in a different and not better direction. In fact, this new teaser adds a bit more along those lines. Zach Nov 5, 2007 9 Kicking Into Gear Nov 12, 2007 10 Jeremy Gets Swamped Nov 12, 2007 11 Little People Weekend Nov 19, 2007 12 A Little Competition Nov 19, 2007 13 Paducah Nov 26, 2007 14 Passport to the Bahamas Nov 26, 2007 15 Roloffs on the Water Dec 3, 2007 16 Roloffs on the Beach Dec 3, 2007 17 A Matter of Matt's Health Dec 10, 2007 18 In Too Deep Dec 10, 2007 19 In the Swim Dec 17, 2007 20 License to Drive Dec 17, 2007 Name Air Dates 1 Trebuchet Trouble Apr 9, 2007 2 Accident Aftermath Apr 9, 2007 3 Safety First Apr 16, 2007 4 While Matt's Away Apr 16, 2007 5 Big Matt on Campus Apr 23, 2007 6 Drive Me Crazy Apr 23, 2007 7 The Twins' Big Play Apr 30, 2007 8 Of Moles and Men Apr 30, 2007 9 Men's Crisis Center May 7, 2007 10 That's Agri-tainment! They continue to strive toward this original vision to date. I feel that this show is very informative and real. Matt and Amy Roloff show how difficult it can be to raise their four children especially having a smaller stature, yet it doesn't deter them from the love and attention that they give to their four children.
Fans of the show saw Molly and Jacob leave, but Jeremy and Audrey and their new baby, Ember still gave some glue to the series. Other families don't have what you have. I can understand were Matt is coming from and Army is a mother roll figer for all parents who has children with a disability any. The new season of the docuseries will see the Roloff family dealing with difficult life decisions, including what to do with the family farm as Matt and Amy live separate lives. Oct 12, 2009 2 Last Dance Oct 12, 2009 3 Downhill Dwarf Oct 19, 2009 4 Game Over? This show definately shows people how wrong people are! I love the interaction and the caring between family members. They don't always agree and they're not always polite, but that's life. Little People, Big World is back! I'm 16 and can relate to all the kids.
Stay well Matt and Blessings to All Amy Roloff you are a 4 Star Mom!! By using this site, you agree to the and. Helens Mar 19, 2013 8 Seperation Anxiety Jun 3, 2013 9 Breaking Down the Walls Jul 23, 2013 10 Welcome to the Jungle Jul 30, 2013 Name Air Dates 1 Little Pain, Little Gain Sep 6, 2010 2 Everything Must Go! Amy does need help in cleaning the house. Little people Big World allows its viewers to live out that image I tried to put in your head. I like this series because it seems so honest. It's proven to me that people can accomplish so many things. Jacob: He is my favorite character on the show.
But as Roloff said, the show must go on. Matt and Amy are exceptional parents who are doing a great job in raising their kids. Together they own and operate Roloff Farms, a sprawling 34. It would be so fun and enriching for American and even International Families and Kids. The show really explains and gives the viewers insight into some of the difficulties that little people have and that they are just as average size people. Jacob is a skilled soccer player and is coached by his mom.
Jermey: He is the twin of Zac who used to have all that hair but now its gone. Jeremy, Audrey, Jacob, and Molly all left the show already. I have a family of five with three children ages 9,6,2 and this show is something all of us enjoy. This is serously the best reality show on telivision and I will be looking for more of Little People Big World. This television show is something you can watch with out fear of what your kids may see. It's interesting, and I love how close knit they are.
After 200 plus episodes and currently filming 'Specials,' the show has become to mean more to its millions of fans worldwide. In the most in-depth television documentation of the lives of Little People, the series follows the Roloffs - an extraordinary family composed of both little and average-sized people. God bless the Roloff family!!! The series is not only informative, but it is really fun to watch. He has his ways and if he wasn't willing to change there's consequences. Life is not too bad for you. All company, product and service names used in this website are for identification purposes only. The first one out showed glimpses of Amy enjoying her adventures off the farm with Chris Marek.
Little people Big world is a ok show that shows us who are not well darwf to appreciate how we are. Way to go discovery channel and tlc!!!! I have worked with litte people in Australia for 6 years. Their producers try to make the participants look silly or want to bring in conflict when there is none. Things don't always turn out the way we want them to and your family takes it all in stride. I have watched every show from day one.