Congratulations are in order! September is such a special month for Audrey and Jeremy Roloff. Not only is it their wedding anniversary — the happy couple tied the knot three years ago — it’s also the month they welcomed their daughter, Ember Jean, into the world. We’re so happy the family of three has so many reasons to celebrate this month.
Of course, the Beating 50 bloggers couldn’t let their special day pass without recognizing it publically. Audrey posted a sweet photo to her Instagram story telling her hubby Jeremy that she “loves him more.” Watch the cute tribute below of the couple!
The couple loves to speak openly about their marriage and what they do to make it work. We’re sure their relationship is being put to the test during the trying first months of parenthood — but we’re confident they will refer to their marriage advice in order to stay strong as a couple.
“Every week, since our honeymoon, Jer and I sit down together and ask each other the same six questions and record our answers in a little journal. You’d be shocked at how simple the questions are, but even more surprised at how effective they can be,” Audrey shared with fans about one of the ways she and Jeremy stay connected. “It was a set-aside time every Sunday for us to intentionally connect, communicate, and grow in love.”
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Molly is married!!!! Yesterday I got to stand behind my sister-in-law while she exchanged the most beautiful vows and said "I do." Congrats @mollyjoroloff you and Joel have such a solid foundation and and Jeremy and I cannot wait to watch you both live out "I do" for the rest of your lives. Cheers oneness! Watch my stories for a glimpse of this glorious day! #beating50percent #stayingido #journeyofjerandauj
We love that. These two are definitely inspiring for how a married couple can keep the spark alive. Audrey told her followers to, “Look for a man who is kind, gentle and patient. Look for a man who is respected and self-disciplined. Look for a man who is hardworking, committed, and intentional. Volume up… Look for a man who you would want to be the father of your children. I found that man and I’m so glad I waited for him.”