Amy Roloff of Little People, Big World has never been one to hold her tongue, especially after Matt Roloff announced new farm restrictions.
Matt and Amy’s problems played out across numerous seasons of the TLC show, and they never had a stable marriage. Even though the pair are now separated, Amy hasn’t stopped speaking up when it matters.
Matt was known as the “ideas guy,” willing to make any effort to improve Roloff Farms. Unfortunately, Amy was often portrayed as the cranky parent who was left to reprimand her children and bring everyone back to reality following a major project.
Much of the former couple’s conflict stemmed from how to operate the family property. Whether it was cutting back on major remodeling projects or Matt attempting to steal Amy’s pumpkin salsa recipe, the two couldn’t seem to agree on anything.
Matt Roloff Explains His Decision to Rent
During a recent episode of Little People, Big World, Matt stated that there would be substantial changes at Roloff Farms, which surprised Amy.
Amy had hoped that Matt would sell her part of the business to their sons, but that has not happened due to a significant family quarrel. Instead, Matt has decided to turn the large mansion into a bed and breakfast. The news disturbed Amy and their children, and Matt stated that any family member may still stay at the house for free.
Amy despises Matt’s compromise.
Matt said during the Little People, Big World episode that any Roloff family member could reserve the rental home for “free cost,” indicating they could block time out for the family.
While explaining to TLC viewers that Jeremy, Audrey, Chris, and Amy could stay for free, Matt conveniently missed Zach and Tori off the list. Amy told Matt that he must be “high” to imagine that any of his four children would want to return and stay on the family farm after such a personal dispute.
Zach and Jeremy attempted to reach an agreement with their father, but after the patriarch assessed the twins’ worth, they both opted to continue with their lives. Zach relocated to Battleground, Washington, while Jeremy purchased his farm barely eight minutes from his childhood home.
Matt then attempted to sell the land to strangers, but no one was ready to pay the $4 million asking price, leading Matt to devise a backup plan. Amy is understandably anxious about the new rules. More will hopefully be revealed in future Little People, Big World episodes.