Amy Roloff from LPBW Is All Smiles in Thanksgiving Photos with Fiancé Chris Marek, Her Kids and Grandchildren
Amy Roloff of "Little People, Big World," is thankful for every member of her family in a new social media post she shared to commemorate Thanksgiving.
The reality star had fun spending the traditional holiday with her children and soon-to-be husband, Chris Marek. Fans got a look into the special family celebration thanks to the series of photos Roloff shared on Instagram recently.
The pictures feature mostly group selfies of Roloff with her children as well as their own little families. The last photo of the set noticeably features Chris, who Roloff revealed was able to join them for the festivities much later.
Although the pictures didn't feature the entire members of the Roloff clan, the happiness evident in them is enough to make up for it.
Amy Roloff also penned down a sweet message to accompany the pictures. In the lengthy caption, she shared that thanks to the festivities, she was "reminded" of how "blessed and thankful" she is every day.
The 55-year-old spent Thanksgiving in the Roloff farmhouse alongside daughter Molly who traveled down from Washington to be with the family while Jeremy and his wife, Audrey, spent it away with Audrey's family.
Despite their absence, Amy lovingly shares that the festivities were a time to be thankful for. She wrote:
"Near or far, family and friends, it truly was a time just being thankful for the moment and time I had with those I love."
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Thanks giving weekend came and went. 🍁🍂🧡🍂🍁. What a special time it was to spend with some of my kids and Chris when he was able to come over on Saturday. I was reminded how blessed and thankful I am and everyday. Jeremy, Audrey and Ember spent thanksgiving with Audrey’s family in Bend. Near or far, family and friends, it truly was a time just being thankful for the moment and time I had with those I love. From abundant food, to watching movies, conversations, nap, family walk, shopping, seeing my house, reading, wine, coffee, deserts, sleeping in a little ... made the weekend memorable. Im reminded again, as well, there’s always something to be thankful for everyday. I hope y’all all had a wonderful and safe Thanksgiving holiday. And I’m thankful for you as well. 🧡. Are you ready for Christmas? Well, it’s beginning to look (and feel) a lot like Christmas, every where I go🎄🎁😊🎁🎄 #thanksgingweekend #christmas #iscomingsoon #wonderfultimeofyear #allaboutfamilyandfriends #everyoneelsetoo #thankful #grateful #humble #love
She further revealed that the little moments she spent together with her family ultimately helped her remember to be grateful. Amy, who is long separated from the Roloff patriarch, Matt, closed the message with good wishes for her fans as well as few hashtags.
In another post, she explained the reason for her fiance's absence in some of the photos writing:
"I miss Chris not being here- he's with his family in Idaho. This day, especially, helps remind me to be thankful everyday. I hope you all had a wonderful day. Love to you all."
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Thanksgiving Day dinner. So thankful for my kids and family - far and near and so much more. I miss Chris not being here- he’s with his family in Idaho 🧡. this day, especially, helps remind me to be thankful everyday. I hope you all had a wonderful day. Love to you all 🍁🍂🧡🍂🍁 #thanksgivingday2019 #love #myfamily #thankful #blessed
From losing her mother, Patricia, to addressing issues surrounding her recently released memoir, "A Little Me," and then on to her engagement announcement, it has been a busy time for Amy these past few months.
The highlight of it all, however, seems to be that Chris Marek, who she has been dating for three years now, popped the question.
The evident discord between Amy and her estranged husband, Matt, is one that has left fans unsettled. Still, with the new update of her engagement, there has been a joyful ambiance about the TLC star's Instagram, which only leaves many looking forward to Amy walking down the aisle.