Just a little over a week ago, fans unfairly slammed Amy Roloff after they assumed that Matt Roloff was banned from his son Jacob's early birthday party.
We talked about how undeserved the hate that Amy received was, and Matt Roloff himself decried the rumors when he saw them.
But if you still need proof that Amy and Matt Roloff aren't at each other's throats, look at how they came together for their son, Jacob.
Amy Roloff and Matt Roloff are divorced.
Even though they live so close to each other and star on Little People, Big World and will always be linked by their children (and grandchildren!), they don't have to be joined at the hip.
Amy Roloff has her boyfriend, Chris Marek, and Matt Roloff has his girlfriend, Caryn Chandler. They've both moved on. That's life.
But that hasn't stopped some fans from reading too much into their separate lives and then assuming that the two can't stand to be in the same room with each other.
Like they did just a little over a week ago, when Jacob Roloff celebrated his birthday with his mom.
Jacob Roloff is now 21 years old. Several days before his birthday, the son who was once the family "black sheep" spent quality time with his mom (and not just to sell bread).
Matt's siblings and their spouses and even his little niece and nephew (his niblings!) gathered together for an early celebration at Amy's place.
One of the results was a precious group photo -- a rare sight, since the Roloff children are all adults now and not all of them even live in the same state.
Matt Roloff was conspicuously absent, which ruffled some feathers by fans who seem to resent that Amy Roloff has her own life.
A report claimed that Matt didn't even receive an invitation ... but he was elsewhere with his girlfriend, so it really shouldn't have been controversial.
Some reality stars try to avoid reading gossip about themselves. That can't be good for your stress levels, right?
Not so for the Little People, Big World patriarch. After seeing coverage that claimed an epic feud between the exes, Matt Roloff slammed the "fake news" about his family, writing:
"Fake news is alive and well.. how sad. The roloff family just keeps hanging closer and closer together despite these broken misleading headlines ..."
Not to be nitpicky, fake news would be if some accused Audrey Roloff of selling human organs out of a nonexistant Burger King attic. Rumors would be people seeing separate exes and assuming that they're feuding.
(Still, Matt Roloff's version is still better than Trump's, since the orange man uses the phrase to refer to news that he doesn't personally like)
Matt's post continues:
"Matt, amy, Jer , zach Audrey, Tori, molly, Joel, Jacob, Izzy, Chris and caryn. All working together to surprise you all at how an American family can function together despite a few minor differences."
That's sweet. And then he teases the new season of Little People, Big World:
"Wait for it...... a few short months."
If you feel like you can't wait "a few short months" and you also can't take the Roloffs at their word (for whatever reason), would it help you to know that both Matt and Amy were at Jacob's actual birthday party?
Unlike on Thanksgiving and Christmas and numerous other holidays, and perhaps for the first time (that we've seen) since Molly's wedding, Matt and Amy were together at the same place, at the same time.
Because Jacob is their son, folks.
Among the videos from Jacob's 21st birthday party shared briefly on social media via Instagram stories were shots of Amy and Matt with Jackson and Ember, respectively.
So, yes, they were at the same party. They can definitely stand to be in the same room together. Everybody needs to take a deep breath and stop making assumptions.
It may have not been the wildest 21st birthday party on record, but it was a wholesome family gathering.
Speaking of alleged Roloff feuds and that party in particular, Audrey and Jacob buried the hatchet -- if there ever really was one.
(It's long been believed that, perhaps over religious differences, the two don't see eye-to-eye. Maybe they don't, but it's clearly not too big of a deal)
We think that what causes all of this unfounded fan speculation is that we're all starved for more information about the Roloffs because Little People, Big World isn't back yet.
But, as Matt Roloff says, we just need to wait a few months. Whatever real conflicts that family has will probably be shared with us.