LITTLE People, Big World’s Jeremy, and his wife Audrey Roloff looked at a new farmhouse after he had “whined” about not being able to buy his family’s farm.
Jeremy, 31, and Audrey, 30, shared their visit to a new “property” in their Instagram Stories.
The Little People, Big Word alum brought along their children – daughter Ember, three, son Bode, one – on the trip.
Jeremy shared a snapshot of his wife and kids walking around the backyard of the farmhouse.
Audrey held onto Bode’s hand as they strolled down the grassy hill.
Ember’s back was facing the camera.
Jeremy’s wife also shared a snap of the building in her Story as well.
Near the front steps, the United States flag was hung up on the wall.
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Audrey captioned the post: “Cutest farmhouse” with a heart emoji.
She added: “But the property wasn’t quite right.”
In addition to Ember and Bode, the couple also shares their newborn baby, Radley.
Recently, the LPBW star opened up on social media about why he was making some home changes.
Jeremy had originally planned to be in their house for about “two years.”
He had “plans to purchase property, which at the time was” Roloff Farms.
The TV star seemed to complain that he had “passed up on a lot of properties and been outbid on others.”
Now after three years, it was time to work on the master bathroom, which he explained had to be “redone.”
As the Stories continued, the TV star ended up cutting out a large hole and showed off the lead pipes behind the wall.
Jeremy and his brother, Zach, 31, decided not to move forward with the purchase of the family farm.
Back in May 2021, their father, Matt, 60, took to Instagram and was asked if Jeremy had bought the farm.
Matt said: “No, not yet. No, we haven’t settled what we’re going to do with the farm. It’s all being discussed actively.”
Audrey mentioned on social media that since they were not buying the farm, it was the “death of a dream.”
Though he did not become a farm owner, The Sun exclusively revealed that Jeremy instead received his student pilot certificate back in July 2021.
Zach had expressed his desire to buy the farm, but he ended up moving to Washington with his wife and their two children – Jackson, four, and daughter Lilah, two – in October 2021.
When asked about buying the farm, Zach’s wife Tori, 30, said in an Instagram Story: “Some things just don’t go according to plan. But it all worked out for us.”