Amy Roloff Is Getting Ready To Buy Christmas Gifts For Her Grandkids And Also Donate Some To Other Children


Amy Roloff Is Getting Ready To Buy Christmas Gifts For Her Grandkids And Also Donate Some To Other Children

Christmas is not just a time to eat, drink, and be merry. In addition to having fun with your family and sharing gifts, it is also important to remember those who are not as fortunate as you are. And reality star Amy Roloff is doing just that.

Little People, Big World

Amy Roloff is part of the cast of the American reality television series Little People, Big World. The show follows the lives of the Roloff family – Matt is the dad while Amy is the mom. They have four kids together – Zach, Jeremy, Jacob, and Molly. Both parents, and one of their kids, Zach, have a condition known as dwarfism. Jacob, Molly, and Jeremy, however, are of average height.

Basically, fans get to watch how the family navigate life as little people. Amy has a form of dwarfism known as achondroplasia, so she does not suffer a lot of complications. The 53-year-old has always been passionate about helping kids. She set up the Amy Roloff Charity Foundation which serves as a platform to help children, disability groups, and she also supports the Dwarf Athletic Association of America.

The grandkids

Amy’s son Zachary, 27, got married to Victoria Elizabeth Patton in 2015. They had their first child, a boy named Jackson Kyle, in May.

27-year-old Jeremy James is Zach’s twin brother, although he does not have dwarfism. He is married to Audrey Mirabella Botti, and they had their first child, Ember Jean, only three months ago.

Jackson and Ember are Amy’s beautiful grandchildren, and she loves to show them off on her Instagram page.

It’s Christmas, and she’s giving back

Amy is very excited to celebrate her grandkids’ first Christmas. In a recent Instagram post, the reality star shared that she was having a good time shopping for gifts for the little ones. And not just that, she also made sure to get something to donate to other children who may not be able to enjoy the perfect Christmas.

"Need to carry the love kindness and generosity all year long!" she said in her post caption.

Well, she absolutely has the right spirit. We imagine a lot of children will get special Christmas gifts this year, thanks to Amy’s generosity. Hopefully, more people will follow her lead and show some love this festive season.

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