As previously reported, Audrey and Jeremy Roloff recently bought the farm.
They’re still alive.
We mean this literally.
The parents of three — who rose to fame as cast members on Little People, Big World — purchased their very own farm this summer.
“After a two-year search spanning all over the state of Oregon… IT. IS. TIME,” Audrey announced via social media on June 12.
“We bought a farm! And look what’s in our backyard. Yup, that’s our trestle.
“If you read our book (or even just looked at the cover lol) you know the significance that this train trestle has played in our love story and lives.
“It’s where Jer asked me to be his girlfriend, it’s where he asked me to marry him, it’s where we took the photo for the cover of our New York Times best-selling book, and it’s within walking distance of my parent’s property.”
Audrey had previously blasted her father-in-law, Matt Roloff, for putting a portion of his famous family farm up for sale.
She wrote a lengthy post about how she and her husband were screwed out of buying the property for themselves, and how losing out on it felt like the “death of a dream.”
“When we were finally at a point where it was practically possible, we made an offer, but realized maybe it wasn’t meant to be,” Audrey explained after Matt announced the sale online, adding:
“We realized that Jer’s family was not actually as aligned in the progression towards us acquiring it as we thought they were.”
That was back then, however.
Audrey simply sounds psyched to get started on her dream home.
“Major packing mode over here,” the 31-year shared via her Instagram Story during a fan Q&A on Friday, August 5.
“We are currently renting [our old house] back for this month. Our move out day is the 17th of August.”
Wow. It’s coming up so soon!
As In Touch Weekly recently noted, the Roloffs sold their Portland, Oregon, home for an astonishing $730,000 on July 22 after purchasing a family farm earlier that month.
“We’ve got a lot of work to do to bring our vision to life,” Audrey added a few weeks ago about the purchase.
“But Jer and I are excited to finally have some space to get our feet dirty (literally) and bring our dreams of using land into reality.”
The podcast host and author concluded as follows:
“I’ll share more of the story behind how this came to be soon.
“But for now, I just want to say thank you for being someone who has been following us on this journey for the last two years and offered encouragement and prayers as we have patiently pursued some land for our family.
“The whole journey to now seems like one giant God-wink.”