Little People, Big World cousins baby Jackson and baby Ember were caught on video recently enjoying a weekend of the 2017 pumpkin season on Roloff Farms. Pumpkin season lasted through the final weekend in October on Roloff Farms in Helvetia, Oregon, and members of the Roloff family either worked on the farm or enjoyed farm activities with the rest of the visitors. Pumpkin season wrapped up on Roloff Farms this past weekend, and a video surfaced on YouTube on Sunday that shows fan-favorites baby Jackson and baby Ember celebrating the last pumpkin season weekend together.
Proud grandpa and Little People, Big World patriarch Matt Roloff, 56, shared in a TV interview recently that baby Jackson and baby Ember “live real close to Roloff Farms,” as previously noted by the Inquisitr, and photos on social media over the last five weekends show the Roloff cousins spending time on Roloff Farms for pumpkin season 2017. Zach and Tori Roloff, as well as Jeremy and Audrey Roloff, have shared photos on both Facebook and Instagram of the Roloff “baby besties,” as described by People Magazine, hanging in the Roloff family’s famous pumpkin patch ever since pumpkin season opened to the public on September 30.
A video was uploaded to the Celebrity Status YouTube Channel on Sunday — the very last day of this year’s pumpkin season on Roloff Farms — that shows baby Jackson and baby Ember having fun together at the Roloff Farms pumpkin patch. The video is obviously a mashup of several Instagram Stories videos that were more than likely captured from the Instagram accounts of Little People, Big World first-time parents Zach and Tori Roloff and Jeremy and Audrey Roloff. Over two minutes worth of video shows baby Jackson riding around Roloff Farms with dad Zach and mom Tori and baby Ember touring the ghost town attraction on Roloff Farms with mom Audrey.
Various other video clips show baby Jackson “riding with grandpa” and baby Ember hanging out with baby Jackson on a blanket laid out in the grass. Baby Jackson’s mom Tori Roloff, 26, can be heard in the background telling Jackson to “hold cousin’s hand.” Baby Ember, who’s now nearly 2-months-old, can also be heard making baby noises as Tori pans the video camera back and forth between the two cousins. The youngest Roloff sibling, Jacob Roloff, who doesn’t appear on any new episodes of Little People, Big World, can also be seen briefly in the video lying next to and playing with 5-month-old baby Jackson.
Jacob Roloff, 20, was present for at least one weekend of pumpkin season on Roloff Farms and also was captured with the rest of the Roloff family in the Roloff Farms 2017 pumpkin patch photo that Matt Roloff shared on his Facebook account.
A comment on Sunday’s YouTube video calls baby Jackson and baby Ember “beautiful babies,” and fans of the Roloff family’s long-running TLC reality TV series, Little People, Big World, can’t wait for the next new season to premiere, featuring the first of the Roloff grandbabies on the small screen. Proud grandma Amy Roloff, 53, has told fans more than once on her business Facebook account that the next new season of Little People, Big World is supposed to air in March of 2018 or “earlier in the new year.”
Fans of the Roloff family’s reality TV series, Little People, Big World, have been worried that the show is going to end its 11-year run on TLC, but Amy Roloff put fears of a possible cancellation to rest on Wednesday when she addressed fan comments and concerns on Facebook.
“No word here that our show is ending. We don’t have a confirmed confirmation on when the new episodes will air.
“New episodes will air in March from what we are hearing. We are still currently filming them.”
[Featured Image by Audrey Roloff/Facebook]