In a candid Instagram post, Tori Roloff and Zach Roloff of “Little People Big World” respond to their critics. How did Matt Roloff respond to complaints about last season’s awards? Also find out what’s happening on the Roloff farm during this Pumpkin season!
Tori Roloff and Zach Roloff, the beloved stars of TLC’s “Little People Big World,” recently found themselves in the crosshairs of online critics on parents. After they shared an image of their youngest son, Josiah, climbing a ladder, some fans blamed them for poor choices as parents.
Tori Roloff did not hold back and addressed the critics with a fiery Instagram story. “I’m stunned by the number of people coming at me for allowing Josiah to climb a ladder,” she wrote. “Do you wrap your children in bubble wrap or never let them do anything?” she asked the self-proclaimed “perfect parents.”
Little People, Big World: Matt Roloff Addresses Pricing Concerns for Pumpkin Season 2023
But criticism of parenthood was not the only controversy surrounding the Roloffs. Matt Roloff, the head of the family, also had to answer questions about last season’s high prices on the Roloff farm.
With Pumpkin Season 2023 right around the corner, a follower asked him to cut costs. Matt’s answer was candid and detailed, explaining the economic factors behind the prices. “It will be tough to balance the books this year. But we will give it a try,” he reassured fans.
Little People, Big World: Family Participation in Pumpkin Season – What Can Fans Expect?
As preparations get underway for Pumpkin Season 2023, fans are eager to know who from the Roloff family will participate. While youngest brother Jacob has been seen working with Matt, there is curiosity about other family members, including Matt’s ex Amy Roloff and her husband, Chris Marek.
Zach and Tori’s participation in the farm is also keeping fans busy, especially after their recent riot on social media. Although there is no official comment at this time, anticipation is building for what promises to be an exciting and eventful season.