‘LPBW’ Fans Are Bashing Jeremy Roloff For His Post About Parents Taking Photos of Their Kids

by Jeremy Spirogis
Jeremy Roloff and Audrey Roloff celebrate their new book,

We’ve been watching Little People, Big World for over a decade, and viewers are simply as enthralled with the Roloffs as ever earlier than. During Season 19, we noticed Matt and Amy Roloff at severe odds years after their divorce — nevertheless it wasn’t all the time that approach. When the present first started, Matt and Amy had been nonetheless married, and their 4 youngsters, who had been simply youngsters on the time, additionally received loads of on-screen alternatives.

Jeremy Roloff and his spouse, Audrey, took a step away from filming full-time. But we nonetheless meet up with them on social media, as they’ve fairly an lively presence on Instagram. Unfortunately, not all the pieces they share resonates with their followers. And Jeremy’s post about mother and father taking images of their youngsters appeared to rub a few of his followers the flawed approach. Here’s what he posted.

Jeremy Roloff voluntarily left ‘Little People, Big World’ years in the past

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This is an announcement regarding Jeremy Roloff and his household particularly: After 14 years, over 300 episodes, and 17 seasons, the time has come. A 12 months in the past I made the choice that this season could be our final. It has been a tremendous run, and I can’t say thanks sufficient to all of you who’ve watched and supported us alongside the journey. We have essentially the most loyal followers on TV and we respect each one among you. You are what made doing this so enjoyable. We will nonetheless be supporting the household as they carry the #LPBW torch onward. This is a call regarding Audrey and me particularly – the present should go on! That being mentioned, we’re not disappearing. We have numerous thrilling stuff within the works and are desirous to proceed the work that the Lord has referred to as us to! Again, we thanks, and all the time take pleasure in once we get an opportunity to satisfy one among you. Whether it’s within the airport, on the road, at pumpkin season or at one among our upcoming Beating50% occasions! THANK YOU for all of the love and help. Your messages, feedback, items, and mail are observed and appreciated. ❤️You guys are the most effective. Thank you for respecting our choice. I additionally need to give an enormous thanks to the crew at TLC. Thanks for placing up with us;) You’ve supplied us with a grand alternative and for that we’re perpetually grateful. *you’ll be able to watch the video on my IGTV. Under the mercy, -Jeremy

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We know Molly Roloff quietly stepped away from the highlight to pursue a life in Washington. And Jacob, the youngest of Matt and Amy’s youngsters, made an enormous splash when leaving the present. But Jeremy posted all about his reasoning behind leaving the truth TV trade behind.

Back in July 2018, Jeremy posted a photograph of himself together with his spouse, Audrey, and their daughter, Ember. “After 14 years, over 300 episodes, and 17 seasons, the time has come. A year ago I made the decision that this season would be our last. It has been an amazing run, and I can’t say thank you enough to all of you who have watched and supported us along the ride,” Jeremy wrote. “This is a decision concerning Audrey and me specifically  – the show must go on! That being said, we’re not disappearing. We have a lot of exciting stuff in the works and are eager to continue the work that the Lord has called us to!”

Since then, each Jeremy and Audrey have shared their pursuits with their Instagram followers, which has led to numerous critiques.

He created an Instagram post about mother and father taking images of their youngsters

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Well, we’re all sick now, which is a bummer, however I used to be capable of steal a number of hours of recent air with Ember anyhow. Concerning the images of our children on the web… I believe there’s a line of motive. As lengthy because the mother and father are good and respectful, it shouldn’t be an issue, however there’s positively a line right here. I believe an even bigger drawback than posting images, is the act of taking them. We all need images of our children, but when all they ever see in each single particular second is the bottom of our telephones, that will probably be simply as (if no more) damaging than some harmless picture 15 years down the highway. As far as weirdos go, positive, I get it, there are weirdos on the market – so be good and conscious as talked about earlier than. At the top of the day, to every there personal regarding this matter for me. However, one factor is for positive, regarding what the long run impacts of social media will probably be, it is going to be simply as damaging as it’s helpful except we handle the habit. And social media may be very, very helpful. How are you going to dad or mum your cellphone in 2020?

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Fans adore following Jeremy and Audrey for updates on the couple’s second baby due in January and on their 2-year-old daughter, Ember. And on Dec. 29, Jeremy posted a photograph of Ember with a caption addressing a number of the considerations his followers have had over him and Audrey posting images of their daughter.

“Concerning the photos of our kids on the internet… I think there is a line of reason. As long as the parents are smart and respectful, it shouldn’t be a problem, but there is definitely a line here,” Jeremy wrote. He then touched on the larger problem he sees — and that’s mother and father not paying an excessive amount of consideration to their telephones and never sufficient consideration to residing within the second with their youngsters.

“I think a bigger problem than posting photos, is the act of taking them. We all want photos of our kids, but if all they ever see in every single special moment is the backside of our phones, that will be just as (if not more) damaging than some innocent photo 15 years down the road,” Jeremy wrote. And he adopted that up with the suggestion that social media habit must be managed.

Not all of his followers had been pleased with the post

Jeremy Roloff and Audrey Roloff celebrate their new book, 'A Love Letter Life,' at Barnes & Noble
Jeremy Roloff and Audrey Roloff rejoice their new guide, ‘A Love Letter Life,’ at Barnes & Noble | Tibrina Hobson/Getty Images

Many appeared supportive of what Jeremy posted, as they agreed that oldsters ought to spend as a lot time with their youngsters with out screens as doable. But contemplating how typically each Jeremy and Audrey post images of Embers, others weren’t so fast to simply accept the recommendation.

“You are definitely a byproduct of reality TV and you and Audrey perpetuated your online lives which now seem to be a big struggle for you. Your siblings from the same show don’t seem to have this struggle,” one follower commented on the post. “It’s interesting that you chose businesses that won’t survive without SM and you post almost every aspect of your lives but then complain about it. Why do you tie your entire lives to SM if you think it is such an issue?”

“You’re awfully judgmental,” Another commented. “It [t]akes seconds to snap a picture. … So yeah. My kids will see the back of my phone here and there and they will be just fine.”

Despite Jeremy’s recommendation, we’re positive we’ll see loads extra images of Jeremy and Audrey’s household, in addition to the remainder of the Roloffs!

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