Pumpkin season at Roloff Farms is winding down to a close.
Little People, Big World star Amy Roloff was sure to get a photoshoot with her boyfriend, Chris Marek, before all of the gourds were gone.
The two of them flaunted their pumpkin patch PDA, and fans are eating it up. Take a look:
Amy Roloff shared four tender photos taken on Roloff Farms.
"I was so happy when I asked Chris, several days ago, to do a ‘photo shoot’ together and he agreed!," Amy’s caption begins.
Amy goes on to reveal that she’s posting "just a glimpse of a few photos I wanted to share here."
She herself hasn’t seen them all, she notes, saying: "and I can’t wait to see the rest of them."
"Thank you so much @moniqueserraphotography for capturing us in a real and special way," she writes to the photographer.
"You were fabulous," she praises the photographer. "And made it such a fun time!"
Taking photos, even with those whom you love, can be awkward and exhausting.
Clearly that was not the case here.
Amy then pivots to singing the praises of her boyfriend, Chris, and their relationship.
"I love how our story began," she gushes. "How we continue to learn more about each other and love every day."
"And," Amy brags. "We’re just as good and wonderful two years later. Woohoo!"
Amy concluded her post, after speaking to the photographer and her boyfriend, with a message to her followers.
"Happy Fall," she writes.
"One more weekend left of pumpkin season at Roloff Farms," she says.
Amy concludes her captionw ith an invitation: "And I hope to see you. #storyofamyandchris"
Fans were very excited by the images, and it looks like several of them were all thinking the same thing.
"My first thought was engagement!" writes one. "What fabulous photos, they capture your souls"
"Marriage next?" asks another. "You’re a lovely couple."
Amy made another post to celebrate the bittersweet end of Pumpkin Season.
"Last weekend of Pumpkin Season at Roloff Farms," Amy begins.
"So so thankful and appreciative of all of YOU coming on out to the farm this season," she continues.
Of course, not all fans can make it out to Oregon, as much as they might like to.
"I had a great time meeting all of you," Amy continues. "And hope you had a good time!"
Amy writes: "It’s always kind of sad to see the season end and humble by all of you visiting."
"It was a wild weekend," Amy says. "Rain sunshine heard thunder and saw a beautiful rain!"
"What a spectacular way to end the weekend," she raves.
"My costumes were a 50s/60s look, pirate, and ’70s," she shares.
Lots of guests over multiple days means more opportunities for different costumes.
"Thank you again everyone!" she writes. "You’re the best."
"Hope to see you next year!" she concludes. "Peace out."
The pumpkin patch PDA photos really do look like they could be part of an engagement photoshoot.
After seeing this couple pack on the affection for two years, we can understand why some of her fans would jump to that conclusion.
But we should always be careful when commenting on a real person’s social media.
There is a fine line between enthusiasm for someone’s life milestones and pressuring them to marry.
Getting hyped as cool. Being pushy is not.