If you thought that Jacob Roloff was the most elusive member of his family, well, that’s because you’re forgetting Molly Roloff. But the Little People, Big World daughter recently reappeared on her mom’s Instagram during a little visit to Roloff Farms. Over the weekend, Amy Roloff welcomed fans and visitors to the first few days of pumpkin season as they opened up the patch for the fall. “We’re gonna have a great time, so I hope to see you there!” Amy told her followers, and one of the people who stopped by was Molly.
“I was so so excited that Molly and Joel were able to drive down for opening weekend of pumpkin season at Roloff Farms Pumpkin Patch ?????,” the reality TV mom wrote on Instagram. “It was wonderful to see them?❤️. This mom was happy.”
It looks like the family spent some quality time together, including getting together for dinner. We’re pretty sure that’s Tori Roloff we can glimpse sitting next to Molly in the background! But the whole gang met up at the pumpkin patch to celebrate. Molly’s sister-in-law Audrey Roloff also shared the proof on her own Instagram account.
“Pumpkin season 2018 in full force!” Auj captioned the group photo. “Clearly Ember is stoked,” she joked. “Haha that face!” Baby Ember Roloff does look stoked — and we’re sure some of that is getting to be there with her Aunt Molly.
Molly’s still close with her fam — just not geographically. After heading off to college at Whitworth University, the former TLC star met her now-husband, Joel Silvius. Together, the couple decided to stay in the area and they’re now permanently based in Spokane, WA. Their home is about a six-hour drive from Roloff Farms, so it’s no easy feat to just stop by for the weekend. But hey, opening weekend for pumpkin season is kind of a big deal for this fam.
“The first weekend of pumpkin season has officially come and the whole family came out!” the Roloffs shared on the farm’s official Instagram page. “Thank you to everyone who has come out despite the rainy Oregon weather!”
Molly’s sister-in-law Tori also noted the less than ideal conditions. “I’m proud to see the rain doesn’t keep the true pumpkin patchers away!” she wrote in her own post. “First day of pumpkin season was a success!”
Judging by the family photo, we’d call it a pretty successful weekend, too. And any time we get the chance to see Molly reunited with the rest of the Roloff family, we mark it down as a good day. Now we just need pictures of her bonding with her niece and nephew and our season would be complete!
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