From Little People, Big World, Jeremy Roloff and Audrey Roloff hint that they may be moving soon. They are about to have a third child, which will make them a family of five, and have opened up more about life and struggles.
They surprised many of us when they announced that they were expecting, and some of their fans thought it was cheesy since Tori Roloff had just started talking about her miscarriage and her struggles to have another baby.
The Roloffs started talking a little more about how they are having some trouble finding the perfect property for their growing family. Like many others right now, finding the right place to live and grow as a family is incredibly difficult. Real estate market prices are pushing out families who can’t afford million dollar homes, and it sounds like Jeremy and Audrey might be one of those families.
Little People, Big World: Where Will Jeremy and Audrey Roloff Live Now?
The couple recently tried to buy a portion of Roloff Farms from his parents, but they completely rejected their offer and chose his father’s instead. This hurt a bit and the family has been searching for the perfect place ever since. They talked about how they started visiting properties and trying to find one that they think will help their family grow. They have bid on many homes and land, but everything keeps falling through. This has been incredibly frustrating for them and that is why they are hinting at moving somewhere else.
Audrey answered some questions from her fans on Instagram and talked a little bit about this struggle. One fan asked her if they had found a place and Audrey Roloff said, “We’ve looked at a lot this summer, we really liked a few that got away, there is still one we keep circling back to that we LOVE, but just not sure if we’re in the season of life to take on the project that it is. That said, we are still on the hunt.”
In her posts, she also mentioned that they are not putting a number on the children they are having. She said that they love being parents and that she won’t think about it until they are ready to talk about it. When asked if they would move from Oregon, she said they wouldn’t if they found their dream property elsewhere.