Zach and Tori Roloff have been very transparent about their lives on Little People Big World. Even ten years after their debut on LPBW, they continue to tell the audience as things are. In the latest season, viewers can see that there are still strains in their relationship despite the farm feud taking place almost a year ago. In the newest episode, Zach Roloff expressed his wish about not being willing to participate in the last-ever Pumpkin season. That’s because he and his wife are still emotionally wounded because they won’t live on the Roloff Farms as they had dreamed about. Keep reading more to know more details about this.
LPBW: Zach Roloff Had No ‘Interest’ In Partaking In The Last Pumpkin Season!
In the latest LPBW episodes, Matt Roloff finally announced that 16 acres of his 108-acre farm are on the market. Hence, he didn’t sell any of the lands to his kids but put them on sale. Thus, this made matters worse in terms of their farm feud. As a result, neither Zach nor Jeremy was interested in reconciling with their father after their failed negotiations. The new episodes capture how Matt Roloff has been gearing up to organize the last-ever pumpkin patch season on his farm. It was going to be the final event as the patriarch had made up his mind about selling that area. Yet, Zach simply had “no interest” in participating in the celebration. He expressed this in front of his mother, Amy Roloff, and her husband, Chris Marek.
However, Zach didn’t stop there. The LPBW celebrity went on to say that “time” changes how one perceives things. So, he was going to have “no regrets” while refusing to participate in the last ever pumpkin season. With this, the castmate also assumed that the annual celebration would be “well attended”. In fact, his mother, Amy Roloff, also agreed with him. She, too, was “unsure” about helping out for the event. Yet, she believed that it is “best” to put things to an end when one has “good memories” and “thoughts” about the same. The star knew that not all the kids would be coming forward to do their bit in the latest Pumpkin Patch event. Well, she was right, as Jacob and Isabel turned out to be the only ones to help. Meanwhile, Jeremy Roloff visited once with his family. It was evident through the LPBW stars’ Instagram handles.
LPBW: Amy Roloff Regrets Saying Yes To Matt For Helping Out On The Farm!
While Zach Roloff talked about refusing to become part of the Pumpkin Patch, the event already happened this year in October 2022. Hence, LPBW is showcasing the same through the latest episodes on TV. So, it turns out the star stood by his words and didn’t go to the event that his father organizes annually. His mother, Amy Roloff, also agreed with his son about her participation. The castmate also admitted to saying yes to Matt about helping without giving it a proper thought. Hence, she called it a huge mistake. It happened right after the patriarch’s father, Ron Roloff, had passed away. While talking to her husband, Chris, Amy mentioned that she wanted to get “her head around” the matter before “committing” fully.
After the farm feud, even Amy Roloff started to feel detached from the property. She was of the view that at least one of the Roloff kids will acquire the farm. But, when her ex Matt Roloff didn’t let that happen, it was a huge blow to her as well. Hence, she has often expressed her disappointment about the same through various confessionals and Instagram live sessions. Amy stated that her “heart went out” to her boys, Jeremy and Zach Roloff, as their dreams came crashing. However, pictures from Pumpkin Patch 2022 revealed that Amy indeed participated this year with her husband, Chris. So, it turns out she made up her mind after all. Keep coming back to TV Season & Spoilers for the latest LPBW updates.
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