Little People, Big World’s Matt thrives under pressure, and it seems he gets quite a bit of that during the Pumpkin Season. In fact, Matt Roloff said he had to talk to his ex-wife Amy because of the overwhelming demand after their first pumpkin weekend.
The Little People, Big World tradition almost didn’t happen. Matt Roloff and his family discussed whether they should open up. And of course they had to talk to the local authorities.
LPBW’s Matt said they would do anything to keep the people safe. Little People, Big World celebrity Matt Roloff warned that if people came, they should wear masks. In fact, they even put masks on their pumpkin displays.
One of the changes for the pandemic style event next to the masks was reservations. Unlike in recent years, if people wanted to come, they had to make a reservation, and they had to pay to keep their place. And it looks like things got wrapped up pretty quickly and the family had to think quickly.
Little People, Big World: Matt Roloff Gives the Visitors What They Want
Fans of LPBW wanted to visit Roloff Farms. But the reservations were quickly packed, and some people would miss it. So, Matt Roloff listened to what the people wanted, and he and Amy Roloff had a conversation.
The result of the conversation was that they would open more time slots. TLC’s Amy Roloff and Matt Roloff both said that the farm is very big, and that they can place more people safely. Matt said the drag people would walk is long and would not mean that people get too close to each other.
There are signs around the LPBW farm that say to keep a cow apart. So, Matt and the family even made the parts of the pandemic safety cute for everyone involved. And with the overwhelming cry for more places, it seems this season is a big success.