LPBW: Amy Leaves the Farmhouse

LPBW: Amy Leaves the Farmhouse

The biggest drama on LPBW has been the farm business. Amy Roloff decided she wanted to leave the farm. But when she told Matt that she was leaving, she took some time.

Living on the farm together with her ex was not an ideal situation. Amy even said it would be mentally healthier for her not to bump into LPBW celeb Matt Roloff, all the time. The problem with moving was that Amy had so much stuff in the house that she had to go through it all.

Amy from Little People, Big World had some serious setbacks when she tried to get out of the house. During this time she lost her mother and had to go back to Michigan to bury her. And to see her father in their time of mourning.

During the 21st season of Little People, Big World, Matt told his girlfriend, Caryn Chandler, that “Amy’s name came in. On TLC’s LPBW, they only showed that Amy was upset about the contractors who showed up at random. But according to Amy’s girlfriend Lisa, that’s not all that happened.

Lisa said that LPBW didn’t show the whole conversation. In fact, she said Matt Roloff said a lot more, which was why Amy was crazy. Amy Roloff said she doesn’t feel like she’s on the same level as Matt Roloff in business conversations, and she gets defensive.

Fans of Little People, Big World said the matriarch stood up for himself like they’ve never seen before. And they seem to think it took a long time. Anyway, Amy said she doesn’t live there anymore, so it’s no problem.

Written by Emma Fisher

TV Writer.
Emma Fisher is a US Reality TV/Entertainment Writer with theworldnewsdaily.

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  1. Even Amy’s boyfriend said she was taking to long. He reminded her that he done real estate for a living and he had never had anyone take that long. People usually have 30 days to get out of a house. I think she did it to aggravate Matt. I think she is a Whinny woman. She never takes responsibility for the failed marriage. It’s always a 2 way street

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