When it was offered that we do a show about our lives, my husband and I were like, "Wow, nothing like this has even been on the air." Nothing had depicted dwarfism in an everyday way.
Lo and behold, a few episodes turned into six seasons.
“It’s always sad to know that someone really doesn’t want you in their life anymore,” says Amy, 51.
Things are tense with the couple as they try to determine the future of the family farm and organize family dinners after their split.
Episodes of the show typically showcase one or more members of the Roloff family engaging in everyday activities such as shopping, athletics, and dealing with household finances.
The drama of the show arises because many of these activities are made more challenging due to the height of the little people in the family, as Matt and Amy are 4'1" (124 cm) and Zach is 4'4" (132 cm).
Zach and Jeremy are fraternal twins; although Jeremy is of average height, his brother Zach is a little person (3'1", or 94 cm).) Roloff Farms, located north of Hillsboro in Helvetia, Oregon (a suburb of Portland).
Ahead of the new season, TLC will air a one-hour special centering on the wedding of Zach Roloff and his wife Tori.” she captioned the photo, which also revealed the baby is due in May.“Thank you so much already for the love and support we have received! #Zand Tpartyofthree.” In addition to the pregnancy news, Zach, 26, told fans in the video how his wife of 15 months told him she was expecting.They were designed by Matt, who spent most of his childhood in the hospital.He has tried to make his children's lives the best possible.