Jeremy Roloff of LPBW Pays Tribute to Pregnant Wife Audrey Who's Been Caring for Him after Hernia Surgery
After promising to pay better attention to his health, 'Little People, Big World' star, Jeremy Roloff thanks his wife for looking after him, as he recovers from Hernia surgery.
On Saturday, Jeremy Roloff revealed to his fans on Instagram that he had to undergo hernia surgery. Jeremy admits that he had been putting off getting the procedure for years. Sharing a post-op update of himself recovering at home, he says:
"Well, I've been laid up on the couch all day dreaming up projects and wanting to walk around the farm with my girls."
Wearing a grey sweater and a black cap that has the words "love more" printed on the front, in the second picture, Jeremy thanks his wife, Audrey Roloff, for her support during his recovering, he continues in his post saying:
"Im so thankful for @audreyroloff and how well she takes care of me. Being 30 weeks pregnant, she's a rockstar and way tougher than me. ? oh, and Embers kisses have been helping too. ?"
"Thanks babe ❤," Audrey said in response to her husband expressing his gratitude for taking care of him the past couple of days.
The couple have their hands full with their 1-years old daughter, Ember Jean Roloff. In August, they announced that they are expecting a boy in early 2020. Sharing how she's coping juggling motherhood and Jeremy's surgery, Audrey explains:
"Jer post-surgery? It's safe to say I've been taking care of 3 babies the past couple days? Thanks for your prayers everyone, Jer is home recovering."
"Call me crazy but I decided this would be a good time to potty train Ember since we'd be home.... ?so between the three of my babies. There have been a lot of trips to the potty," the soon to be mother of two jokes.
The Inguinal Hernia surgery is the first surgery that Jeremy has ever undergone in his life. In his Instagram post about his surgery, he admits to ignoring the hernia because he thought he could live with it.
For months he dealt with severe back and shoulder pain. Then after throwing his back out from simple sneeze, he finally decided to seek medical attention.
Since his surgery, Jeremy has vowed to pay closer attention to his health and work towards being in the best shape of his life by the time he turns 32-years-old.