Little People, Big World star Audrey Roloff recently put her son Bode Roloff in a potentially dangerous situation, according to some fans. But it doesn’t sound like she thought she was doing anything wrong. Audrey Roloff stands by her decision to let Bode participate in their family outing.
Audrey Roloff and her husband, Jeremy Roloff, recently hit the slopes with their two children. Everyone in the Little People, Big World family participated in the winter fun, even little Bode who isn’t old enough to ski yet. But that didn’t stop Audrey Roloff from taking Bode for a few runs down the hill in a fanny pack. But when she tried to take him on the chairlift, she was told she couldn’t. So, she had to walk up the bunny slope instead.
Many Little People, Big World fans were upset when they saw Audrey Roloff skiing with her baby in a fanny pack. They said she was putting her son Bode in a dangerous situation. These fans were worried that Bode could get hurt if Audrey Roloff fell while skiing downhill. But it sounds like she knew what she was doing and didn’t feel like she was putting her son in danger.
Little People, Big World Audrey Roloff Defends Decision to Ski with Son
Audrey defended her decision to ski by carrying Bode. The Little People, Big World reality star said she’s been skiing since she was three years old and knows what she’s doing. She is more confident in her skiing abilities than just getting around. According to Audrey Roloff, she would be more likely to fall carrying Bode up the stairs in their home than falling on skis.
The Little People, Big World celebrity also clarified that she was not skiing down a steep hill. Audrey said she walked halfway down a very flat hill. And, apparently, it was more of a gentle slope than a hill.
Audrey Roloff just wanted to be able to say that Bode skied when he was only one year old. Audrey Roloff also said it wasn’t dangerous and that she would never do anything that would endanger her children.