Little people, Big World stars go on with their respective lives and have no hard feelings for each other. As Amy Roloff and Chris Marek share their enthusiasm for their engagement, Matt Roloff and Caryn get closer and closer. Also, they are all happy for each other and it is a wonderful situation for the Roloffs. Let’s take a detailed look.
Little People, Big World: Details About Amy Roloff and Chris Marek’s Engagement
Before Amy Roloff and Chris’ engagement aired, fans only knew the news about their special moments. Amy and Chris Marek went to the same restaurant where they had their first date to celebrate their anniversary. Amy likes the food, the golf course and the view, so it became their favorite place.
Chris Marek knew that Amy Roloff would love the heart-shaped diamond ring and he worked hard to find the perfect one. During that dinner, the conversation seemed intense and Chris didn’t seem as comfortable as usual.
When Amy started asking him questions about the house, Chris Marek had some good news that made her super happy. However, she still had no idea of the impending surprise. Eventually, he proposed to Amy, which shocked her deeply and made her extremely happy at the same time.
LPBW: Amy Roloff and Matt Roloff’s Divorce and The Changes After That
Amy Roloff and Matt Roloff are divorced, but they finally accepted the fact that it’s better that they’re separated. At the same time, the Roloffs are proud to raise their children. In an interview, Matt Roloff revealed that Chris is a good kid and that he treats Amy well. He also agrees that he’s really good for Amy. In fact, Matt is happy for them and he understands that they appreciate each other’s company.
As for Caryn, he takes care of Amy and he’s happy for her. She loves all the grandkids and she’s taking things slow with Matt Roloff. I’m in a happy place right now. Caryn also revealed that there are absolutely no hard feelings now. Matt Roloff also understands that moving into a new house is an emotional challenge for Amy. She’s created a lot of wonderful memories on the farm and it’s understandable that she finds it hard to let things go. Amy also recognizes that nostalgia is hard. But it is important to move on and leaving the Roloff farms would help her through the process. The best part is that Amy has found her dream home.