Season 19 of Little People, Big World revolved mainly around Matt Roloff, Amy and their famous Roloff pumpkin farm, now that their children – Jeremy, Zach, Molly and Jeremy – have grown up and are starting to pave the way outside the reality show.
And this season, now that Matt and Amy are divorced and happily mated with new people, one of the main plot lines has revolved around what will happen on the family farm. What’s Amy’s decision going to be? Will Amy Roloff take over? Will Matt and Caryn move to Arizona?
Amy and Matt were married for almost three decades and worked together on their Oregon pumpkin farm.
But now that they broke up a few years ago and are getting more serious with their new partners – Matt with farm manager Caryn, and Amy with longtime boyfriend Chris Marek, continuing to live and work together may not be sustainable in the long term.
“One of the reasons I stayed in the big house [is] because it was in my best interest to go through separation, divorce, and I think I needed time to say I had a stay, I had a place, I had something to hold on to, to hold on to, to understand ‘I’m officially divorced’,” Amy Roloff said.
Little People, Big World: Will Matt Roloff move to Arizona?
Fans of Little People, Big World know that the Roloffs have been pulling the strings when it comes to the future of their farm for at least two seasons. But Amy assures us on Instagram that she’ll come to a conclusion on the Season 19 finale.
“The big decision is almost here,” she posted. “I know it’s gonna take a long time, but I’m gonna make one eventually.” Considering that both Amy and Matt have kept their social media content ambiguous in an attempt to avoid spoilers, it’s hard to say what decision they’ve arrived at.
However, Matt Roloff seems to have spent more time on the Arizona vacation property he bought with Caryn. And we think Amy will keep the farm – considering all the memories and family ties she has there – while Matt will spend more time in the desert.
“Who’s been to Sedona AZ?” she asked on Instagram on May 20th. “It’s only a two-hour drive from where we are.” As for Amy, we know she likes to take things slow and will probably start spending a little more time with her daughter Molly in Spokane, Washington. From the looks of her Instagram, it looks like she’s still in the Pacific Northwest.
In the meantime, we’re betting that she and Chris will continue to take their relationship slowly and that they won’t be moving in together anytime soon.
That said, many skeptics believe the Roloffs will continue to fake their fans.
“They’ve been dragging this plot on for two seasons, and if there is no resolution (which doesn’t seem to be based on their social media), then this is the biggest loophole ever,” one person wrote about reddit.