Amy Roloff’s Granddaughter Ember's Eyes Look Just like Granny’s (Photo)

Amy Roloff’s granddaughter, Ember, has inherited her grandma’s beautiful eye color! The reality star took to Instagram to share a picture of herself with little Ember, and fans could not help but notice how she adorable she looks. 

In the snapshot, Amy is loving holding her granddaughter close as the duo appear to be posing for a selfie. 

“I love it when my kids and grandkids pop by to hang out at the farm and see us. Ember, she is amazing. Love her so much!” Amy wrote.

Fans were quick to notice how strikingly similar she looks to her grandma. 

One of them wrote: “Ember looks a little like her Grandma!”

Fan comment on Amy Roloff's post. | Source: Instagram/amyjroloff

Fan comment on Amy Roloff's post. | Source: Instagram/amyjroloff

Another fan noted that she looks like Jeremy and Amy, writing: “She is so Jeremy and You! I hope she gets to be a Big sister too soon!”

Fan comment on Amy Roloff's post. | Source: Instagram/amyjroloff

Fan comment on Amy Roloff's post. | Source: Instagram/amyjroloff

A third one chimed in: “She is darling and resembles you Amy. Guess it's the knight blood coming thru.”

Fan comment on Amy Roloff's post. | Source: Instagram/amyjroloff

Fan comment on Amy Roloff's post. | Source: Instagram/amyjroloff

Embers is the daughter of Amy’s son Jeremy Roloff and his wife Audrey Roloff, who recently came under fire for their parenting techniques. 

The former stars of “Little People, Big World” were slammed for using the “Blanket” approach as a way to train Embers. The method involves placing a baby on a blanket and spanking them if they try to leave it until they learn not to roll off of it. 

Although the couple clarified that they adopted the approach to teach their daughter about boundaries, some critics called Amber a “control freak.”

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When Jeremy designed my wedding ring he had a message engraved on the inside of the band: ⁣⁣⁣ “Braid it”⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ If you’ve read A Love Letter Life, you know the story and meaning behind those words😜 But for those that don’t... It comes from a poem he wrote me when we were dating long-distance. One of the lines in it reads, “May we braid it together, Christ, you, and I.” The line is a reference to a verse in scripture, “A person standing alone can be attacked and defeated, but two can stand back-to-back and conquer. Three are even better, for a triple-braided cord is not easily broken” (Ecclesiastes 4:12 NLT). Christ is the third strand who prevents the unraveling. Have you ever tried to braid your hair with just two strands? It doesn’t hold together too well😳 “Braid it” is our reminder that strong relationships have a three-strand structure, and we wanted that structure for the slogan of our love—plus, it’s a play on Daisy Braids, Jer’s nickname for me🌼⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ “To our future ahead⁣⁣⁣ may it ever be met,⁣⁣⁣ Let us draw our compass in the hands of Christ,⁣⁣⁣ May no trial collect its due,⁣⁣⁣ Lord grant us the strength to pursue on through,⁣⁣⁣ May we braid it together, Christ you and I⁣⁣⁣ And let us build upon this contagious love,⁣⁣⁣ our past behind may we never forget⁣⁣⁣ Amen” – @jeremyroloff ⁣⁣⁣ ⁣ Let’s braid it for life babe. 💌

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Amber explained that Embers was six-months-old when they adopted the technique and they used the method every week. After receiving harsh criticism, the couple explained how they wanted to teach their daughter how to entertainment herself and stay disciplined, 

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