Despite her busy schedule, Little People, Big World star Amy Roloff still makes out time for her family. She has successfully been able to handle a reality television show alongside raising her children and now, her grandchildren.
In September last year, she became a grandma for the second time as her son and daughter-in-law, Jeremy and Audrey, welcomed their daughter Ember.
Ember joins her cousin, 1-year-old Jackson who was born to Zach and Tori Roloff in 2017. Trust grandma Amy, she has her hands full and is loving every minute of it.
She is still big on faith and church
If there is one thing Amy never seems to lose sight of is her dependence on God. Juggling a career, parenting and relationships over the years have come with their own challenges. But Amy says that when in doubt,
I take time to just let my thoughts go and pray.
According to Amy, she is constantly reminded of the need for reflection every time she sees this little white church on her farm.
It keeps her rooted in the reality that life is not just about business. Striking a balance between work and personal uplifting is key to maintaining a good life.
Passing on the faith
Amy has done well to pass her convictions on to her children, and they too are known to speak openly about their faith in God as well.
Now that the family is growing even bigger and grandchildren are joining the line of Roloffs, we can only imagine that Amy and her children will share their belief with own babies who will, in turn, continue in the same line.
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