“Little People, Big World” star Amy Roloff is busy finishing her pre-Christmas preparations. TLC reality shares that she did a little shopping recently. Hopefully mom and grandma got everything she needed done and headed home before Winter Storm Elliot wreaked havoc in her home state of Oregon.
Little People, Big World Star Amy Roloff Is Loving Life With Family Oregon, Preparing For Christmas
LPBW star Amy Roloff shared on Thursday that she visited one of her favourite places. She was shopping at her local Powells bookstore. The reality star was browsing the bookstore when she snapped a quick photo. Amy didn’t say who she might be buying gifts for, but she did mention she could be in the store all day.
Browsing through all the interesting titles, Little People, Big World’s mom shared that she’s making it a priority to read and write more in 2023. Fans know she loves to write.
The reality star has previously written two books. In 2012, she wrote her first cookbook, “Short and Simple Family Recipes”. In 2019, Amy wrote and published her memoir “A Little Me”.
The LPBW star recently shared that she has a lot of plans for the new year. He also recently posted his latest Instagram Live of the year. So since she loves Christmas and to make things festive, she dressed up as Mrs. Claus for the occasion. The Little People, Big World star and her Instagram Live assistant Lisa Dixon opened up on a number of topics. However, the most amusing was when she mentioned Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kathy Hilton’s recent public blunder.
More recently, a video of Hilton went viral when the reality star and socialite was caught lipsticking on stage during Mariska Hargitay’s People’s Choice Awards speech. Hilton publicly apologised to Hargitay and said it wasn’t intentional because she was looking for a tissue because she thought she was going to sneeze, but instead she got nervous and applied lipstick. Either way, Roloff thought it was hilarious.
Amy from the film “LPBW” also shared how much she still has to do in 2022. In addition to wrapping up her holiday preparations, she has a myriad of year-end jobs and correspondence to deal with. Not to mention packing, baking and cleaning.