Four's a crowd. Following their divorce, Matt and Amy Roloff decided to continue living together on the family's farm as a business decision. However, it seems the arrangement won't last for long — and Little People, Big World fans are letting the couple know exactly how they feel.
Since the split, Amy has moved on with boyfriend Chris Marek and Matt is dating the farm's manager Caryn Chandler. This means, the farm is officially at capacity. "Coexisting with Amy has its ups and downs," Matt said on the show. "Still living 500 feet apart. You know, there's good days and bad days and we just take it day by day."
And Amy agreed. "Matt and I are divorced. It's not like suddenly we're going to be best friend. We're business partners, but I don't think either one of us knows how much longer we can keep this [living situation] up. Like, what is the long-term plan?" While it is clear Matt and Amy are better off on their own, viewers are not happy about Amy's decision to let her boyfriend Chris basically move in.
"It's sad to see you put Chris in your home Matt built for y'all and the kids," one fan commented. "It's so [disrespectful] I could never do that to my ex-husband or my kids. Another added, "How ironic that all that work Matt did to give Amy all she has right now and this sleazy guy Chris is just living off Matt's hard work. Oh well."
It's is important to point out that Amy and Chris have been dating for over two years — and the mother-of-four has always been open about her relationship. "I just never thought someone who is average size would be interested in me," she previously revealed. "I just really want him to never question or doubt the relationship because I'm a little person. I just have a good time. I have fun with him. I never thought I'd be dating as a grandma, and it's nice to experience that and be with someone."
The next move for the couple may be selling their famous farm. In a recent episode, Matt made the not-so-surprising confession. "I just want my own path away from farm, away from Amy," he said. "It’s always going to be awkward. I’m by Amy’s house."