Jeremy and Audrey Roloff are now vlogging on You Tube. They have their Beating50percent You Tube channel.
Their most recent video is called "Spring Break - The Roloff Siblings In Bend". Although Jacob and his girlfriend are not in Jeremy and Audrey's vlog, they did all get together in Bend, Oregon where Jeremy and Audrey live.
In the video Jeremy talks about his desire to start vlogging.
Zach to Jeremy: So you're going to start vlogging?
Jeremy: That's the plan. Do you think it's a good idea, Zach?
Zach: Yeah, vlogging is fun. You have the equipment, camera, the skills and the lifestyle that you can add enough content
Jeremy: I sure hope so. I'm just excited to do something that's not priority driven. Filming that's not on an agenda. So, basically just home videos.
Zach: Yeah, edited home video. True, edited home videos.
Jeremy: Yeah, Audrey and I have been talking about it. We grew up filming our entire lives filming for an agenda. So now I'm excited to film it for person reasons, just home videos that we happen to share....so we're excited to start vlogging for home personal use and start documenting our life so we have the video and not a company.
On to other Roloffs...Jacob Roloff -- As has been discussed in the comments on our Blog, Jacob and his girlfriend got into another spat with a person commenting who posted a negative comment regarding their lack of jobs. Isabel implied that they just don't disclose if they have a job or not.
Two of the main criticisms of Jacob (and his girlfriend - Isabel) from some people right now is that they "don't have jobs" and of Jacob specifically, that he expressed his hatred for filming and for the show "Little People, Big World" yet still participated in filming after it was his decision to take part and appear or not. The Roloffs are currently filming for more episodes and the "Roloff Siblings get together in Bend" (with Jacob and Isable) is expected to appear on TLC. Both of those issues surfaced in the comments to Jacob's instagram.
Jacob posted this caption about reading a book a month:
My New Years resolution was to read one book a month; since January I've read 6 and in almost every single one of them a quote or reference to Rainer Maria Rilke was used. I was most intrigued by the first one I read, in The Bassoon King by @rainnwilson, who oddly enough was named after Rainer: "Have patience in everything that remains unsolved in your heart. Try to love the questions themselves, like locked rooms and like books written in a foreign language. Do not now look for the answers. They cannot be given to you because you could not live them. It is a question of experiencing everything. At present you need to live the question. Perhaps you will gradually, without even noticing it, find yourself experiencing the answer, some distant day." Anyway, the same day Izzy was talking to me about wanting to write her own poetry, this book happened to be emailed to me as a recommendation from Amazon and I figured [insert pronoun] wanted her to write more, so I had to get it for her. #READMORELEARNMORE
I've done work in the past for about 11 years, and most jobs after have been labor and short term engagements. It's more acceptable schedule to our desire to travel!
Moving on...Amy Roloff has been doing some speaking engagements in Oklahoma and Kansas.
Amy also tweeted that she was in court
Early morning already. Court. It's an intimating place Having good representation makes it a little better