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Little People, Big World: Matt Roloff Stays Busy with Projects

Little People, Big World: Matt Roloff Stays Busy with Projects

Little People, Big World’s Matt Roloff said he could no longer tolerate the state of affairs. In fact, it seemed like he was holding on to a lot of pent up frustration from the past year.

Matt Roloff of Little People, Big World said he hasn’t been in the hospital yet because of the pandemic. But he said he sometimes has feelings of fear because of it. Because of his posture, it can be hard for him to breathe, and he worries that he might have COVID.

Little People, Big World dad Matt said he is tired of being quarantined and hopes it will end soon. He didn’t sound too hopeful about seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. Despite that, he’s trying to keep busy and not worry too much. TLC’s Matt Roloff from LPBW said he’s thankful for the workers on the front lines. And that he hopes everyone stays safe and healthy and that he doesn’t have to go to the ICU during this time. He said he’s been there before because of his back, and he doesn’t want it to happen again because of the illness.

Little People, Big World: Matt Roloff Stays Busy with Projects

Little People, Big World star Matt Roloff can pursue his projects safely during the pandemic. The farm has plenty of space for him to do fun things without breaking the bank. One of the things he did recently was buy a toy train that he can ride around the farm. Matt Roloff from LPBW said he wants Ember Roloff and Jackson Roloff to learn how to ride it. Not everyone is allowed to get together all the time, but the toy train gives the grandkids something fun to do when they can visit. In addition, Matt said he often gets tested for COVID to stay safe.

Fans of Little People, Big World said Matt Roloff keeps things interesting with all of his projects. And that they can’t wait to see how things go with his biggest project yet. Matt is building a home for him and Caryn Chandler on the farm.

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