It's officially pumpkin season at Roloff farms which means back to work for new dad Jeremy Roloff! The Roloff family is best known for their hit TLC series Little People, Big World, but they're not just reality TV stars. The Roloffs are also farmers and they own a farm in Hillsboro, OR that is best known for their pumpkin patches. Since this weekend marked the opening weekend for Roloff farm's pumpkin picking season, Jeremy had to lend a hand on the farm which means he left his wife Audrey Roloff and their newborn daughter Ember at home alone for the first time.
"This was the first day that I was away pretty much the whole day from Auj and Ember and golly — miss them," the 27-year-old said in a video clip posted to his Instagram story. "Miss that little girl already. Now I know what it feels like, total dad zone."
Jeremy shared a ton of cute snaps from his day working on the farm on his Instagram story. He fired up the tractor and drove around the farm, giving fans a virtual tour — introducing them to three pigs named Ham, Bacon, and Sausage. He also showed fans the pumpkin store, where guests weigh and purchase the pumpkins that they've picked, and they can also purchase tickets to fun kid-friendly attractions, and tours — with Jeremy as the official tour guide.
As much as it seems like Jer loves helping his parents Amy and Matt Roloff out on the farm, it must have been hard for him to leave Audrey alone for the day. The couple has kept a low profile on social media ever since they welcomed their first child together last month, but the 26-year-old new mom gave fans an update on Instagram. Watch the video below to see Audrey's update and find out how she's been adusting to her first few weeks of motherhood.