New excavations! Little people, big world stars Tori other Zach Roloff announced that they officially left their home in Portland, Oregon, and moved to Washington with their family of four.
“Guess what ?! We’re MOVING !! We’ve been pretty busy the last 30 days and I’m beyond exhausted,” shared the 30-year-old mother of two, who shares children Jackson, 4, and Lilah Ray, from 23 months, with Zach, 31, via Instagram on Thursday, October 14, along with photos of them posing outside their new abode. “I hope we never move again. Ha ha. We said goodbye to yesterday! our sweet, cozy, unique and very green home in Portland !! ”
Tori said it has been a nostalgic experience for her and Zach, but they are ready for a fresh start at Evergreen State. “We have had so many beautiful memories in that house, including bringing our sweet bean home from the hospital, countless get-togethers, and lots of love,” the reality star continued. “We will miss Portland, but we are so excited for our new adventure in … WASHINGTON!”
The TLC couple previously purchased their former five-bedroom, three-bathroom home in May 2018 for $ 560,000, according to Sun.
Now, LPBW fans wonder if this will mean more visits to Zach’s sister, girl, who resides in Spokane with her husband, Joel silvio.
Zach’s mom, Amy roloff, recently took a road trip to visit Molly and Joel just before marrying her new spouse, Chris marek, on August 28.
Fortunately, Zach, Tori, and their children were able to enjoy a lot of family fun on the Roloff farms during their much-anticipated nuptials. Jackson and Lilah posed for a beautiful photo with their grandmother, Amy, on their big day. Additionally, Jackson was also seen on the dance floor with the newlyweds after the couple’s wedding ceremony.
As for Tori and Zach, they have grown stronger since they exchanged their vows in June 2015, having celebrated their sixth wedding anniversary this summer.
“6 years of laughter. 6 years of being listened to, ”she gushed next to the portraits captured the day they became husband and wife. “6 years of dreaming. 6 years building a family. 6 years of growth. 6 years of celebration. 6 years of being loved by you. I love you, Zachary. Today. Tomorrow. Always. “