Since we first met the Roloff family on Little People, Big World, the family’s oldest children — twins Zach and Jeremy — were still facing the trial and tribulations of high school. So it’s hard for some fans to believe that these two handsome boys are all grown up — and about to become first-time dads!
And while Zach seems to be handling the adjustment to his new role — dad! — beautifully, many fans are wondering, what does Zach do for a living?!
As it turns out, although Zach reportedly went to Portland Community College to earn his Associate's Degree, Zach’s primary job is being a television personality — aka filming for their super popular TLC series! But he and his wife, who is currently on maternity leave from her full-time job as a kindergarten teacher, certainly find ways to stay active in their community!
As LP, BW fans know, soccer has always been one of Zach’s main passions in life; when he was in high school, he ran into some hardships with the sport he loved because his small stature made it hard to keep up with the other players. Nevertheless, he persevered and has remained active with the sport by not only coaching several youth leagues, but also by playing a dwarf league.
Tune in tonight to #LPBW on @Tlc at 9pm to check out my friends and I take on an average sized soccer team in my first soccer fundraiser to help bring awareness to dwarf athletics. Could not have pulled this off without the support of friends family and our sponsor @locklaces ! Hope you enjoy! #zsf2016
While Tori’s job as a teacher may seem like the most conventional path, Zach’s younger sister Molly also went on a more traditional route, as she currently works as an accountant.
Zach’s brother, Jeremy, studied photography and gets to explore his passion as a profession, but it would appear that his primary focus is Navigator’s Council, the book/journal that he and his wife, Audrey, created to help newlyweds navigate the often complicated world of marriage by encouraging them to “beat 50 percent,” which is a play on the statistic that half of all marriages end in divorce.
With Tori’s due date for baby boy Roloff quickly approaching in May, and Audrey’s in September, we can’t wait to see these handsome young men take on the challenge of fatherhood!