Things are changing. Amy Roloff shared a few photos from Roloff Farms on Instagram to celebrate the opening of pumpkin season and managed to answer a few fan questions about her future there in the comments. “Wow! How can Roloff Farms pumpkin season be here already? And 20 plus years? It’s been a blast and full of wonderful times and memories,” the Little People, Big World star began the caption. “And more memories to make. What a family legacy I’ve loved sharing [with] you. The Fall season is here 🍁🍂🎃🍂🍁.” A follower in the replies then asked, “Are you still living on the farm?” and Amy, 55, responded, “Yes but not for long [we’ll] see what Matt and I can decide on about the farmhouse.”

Other fans had similar questions for the reality TV mom. “Did she move already?” one person asked. Amy replied, “Not yet but it’s near.” Someone else wrote, “Amy how is house-hunting going?” and she answered, “I finally found one I can make my home for a while. Woohoo!” That’s good news at least! One of the photos Amy shared featured herself and her fiancé, Chris Marek — could the two be considering moving in together?

amy roloff with boyfriend chris marek and dog in front of roloff farm sign
Courtesy of Amy Roloff/Instagram

Some fans were a little sad for Amy when she confirmed the news that she might not be living on the property for much longer. “So sad that you moving from the farm😕,” someone wrote. Another fan asked anxiously, “What’s going to happen to your house and the farm once you move? 😭”

Little People, Big World fans may recall that Amy and her ex-husband, Matt Roloff, worked out a buyout arrangement for her share of the farm since the two are now divorced. In a detailed Instagram post on June 6, Matt, 58, shared the particulars of their deal. “I have chosen to buy (and Amy has chosen to sell) me only one side of the farm at this time,” he wrote. “Not the original farmstead … not the side with the pumpkin patch or her house … for now she is only selling me her partial share of ownership in the side (DW) that I live on.”

Matt continued, “She will remain in her house (and on the farm) and 1/2 owner of our original farm until she decides to leave … At that time we will jointly work to sell the side she lives on together. This may happen in the future, but it’s not happening yet.” But it sounds like that day may be getting close. Are you surprised Amy still lives on the farm? Are you happy for her that she may have found her next home?

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