Congratulations are in order for Jacob Roloff!
The Little People, Big World alum just published his first 16-page booklet, called Verbing — which you can purchase on Etsy for $5. Jacob says he "will try to keep at least 50 in stock," or they can be "printed on demand."
So I did a (very) little thing. Just putting my thoughts in physical form. If you're so inclined: Etsy.com/shop/JacobRoloffPublshing (link is in bio) Gonna print & ship myself. 50 copies to start and then printing on demand.. Forewarning: I am not taking myself overly serious, it would be prudent if you didn't either. This is a sincere expression and not much more. No end-game. No expectations. Thank you for all support and encouragement! 道流 CANADIANS: looking into how to lower shipping costs. Etsy makes those and I am new at this. Thinking of creating a second listing for you folks with the regular shipping cost included in price. Will update soon...
"Verbing is my first foray into an official compilation of my writing. It's split into three parts, subtitled: 'Ignorance', 'Frustration', and 'Revelations'. The format is essentially three short essays on the subject of my growth spiritually, intellectually, and in the public eye. This is my exploratory experiment with writing to get my feet wet with the process and establish the subject(s) I would like to write on in the future," he wrote on the site.
Jacob has definitely been doing big things since he decided to leave his family's TLC reality series. He and his girlfriend, Isabel Rock, recently launched a YouTube channel and decided to document their three-week road trip along the Pacific North West. He also recently explained why he decided to no longer participate in Little People, Big World.
“There’s [sic] two ways to do the filming thing — one way is through the show, maybe and the other way is through myself and vlogs. It’s just more free doing it myself, I can do anything, I can say anything, I can talk about anything — I can show whatever I want,” he explained. “I don’t want people to think that I’m living in a resentful sort of way towards the show — I’ve moved on from it. It’s just a natural progression of leaving the place you came from, moving on away from home, traveling away from home. Just getting away."
We can't wait to see what he does next!
Scroll through the gallery to see how much the Roloffs have changed over the years!