'LPBW': Audrey Roloff's Ultra-Religious Ways Are Already Rubbing Off on Her 2-Year-Old Daughter

The Roloffs have graced our television screens via Little People, Big World for nearly 15 years. And the last season showcased the changing dynamic between Matt and Amy Roloff and the lives of Zach and Tori Roloff. There are a few members of the family fans are deeply missing, however, like Jeremy, Jacob, and Molly, as all three of them chose to take a step back from production. And while Molly and Jacob don’t post too much of their personal lives to Instagram, Jeremy and Audrey are quite active with their followers, as they’re also best-selling authors and have plenty of projects they’re excited to share with the public.

Recently, Jeremy and Audrey’s daughter, Ember, turned 2. And Audrey wrote a lengthy post celebrating the big day. In the post, she even subtly mentioned how she and Jeremy’s religious views are rubbing off on their daughter, too. Here’s what she wrote.

Jeremy and Audrey Roloff seem to be the most religious of all the Roloffs

Matt and Amy Roloff have briefly discussed religion in the past, but it’s Jeremy and Audrey who incorporate their Christian beliefs into their everyday life. The couple has a blog titled Beating 50 Percent that’s dedicated to helping other couples attain covenant marriages that follow Christ. As they explain on the site, “Mission: To inspire covenant marriages to beat average, to encourage husbands and wives to give more than 50% to their spouse, and to revive marriages that are indispensable – marked by fixing instead of throwing away.”

On the Beating 50 Percent website, Jeremy and Audrey also explain their core values, which are creation, the Bible, Jesus, the church, and the holy spirit. “We believe that faith in Christ, conviction of sin, salvation, and Christian growth, are all evidence of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is the reason we birthed this blog,” they wrote. Not only that, but they even sell a Marriage Journal that incorporates their Christianity to help other couples accomplish exactly what they want out of their relationship.

Audrey discusses her relationship with God frequently on Instagram

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Yesterday was surreal😭 Two years of writing, editing, preparing, and praying for THIS DAY – the day that A Love Letter Life hit mailboxes and bookstores around the world💌 AHHHHH🎉 Our book hit #17 of ALL books sold on Amazon, #1 new release in Christian living, #1 best seller in Christian Marriage, Dating and Television Genres, #14 on the Mover and Shakers list, had the opportunity to talk about our book on @foxandfriends AND we got to see it on the front table of the Union Square @barnesandnoble in NYC🎉 Wow. ⁣To God be the glory. ⁣ You have no idea how much this means to us. But more than than that, you have no idea how much your posts, comments, messages, and reviews mean to us😭 We read them and they mean the world to us. To see the book in your hands, to hear that you read the entire thing in a day, and to read your feedback and encouragement means more than you will ever know🙏🏻 We are so grateful for you! We hope this book blesses you, wherever you are at in your love story💗 ⁣ ⁣ Wether your single, dating, engaged, or married, there are takeaways in this book for YOU🙌🏻 If you want a love story that is creative, intentional, and faithful, then grab your copy of A Love Letter Life today! We cannot wait to hear how it inspires, empower, and equips you to live a love story that you would want to have read back to you one day. To prepare for, pursue, and protect your own love letter life💌 #aloveletterlife

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Jeremy and Audrey don’t just talk about religion on their blog — they also mention it on their Instagrams. When they were promoting their book, A Love Letter Life, Audrey frequently made posts about how she’d love for couples to read her and Jeremy’s love story and follow their tips for the ideal marriage. And of course, many of their tips were rooted in following Jesus Christ and incorporating religion into their lives.

“If you want a love story that is creative, intentional, and faithful, then grab your copy of A Love Letter Life today! We cannot wait to hear how it inspires, empower, and equips you to live a love story that you would want to have read back to you one day,” Audrey explained on her Instagram.

A Love Letter Life aside, Audrey has also introduced “the God Squad” to her Instagram. This post shows Audrey with her closest friends she’s known for 23 years, and they’re all interconnected thanks to their love of Christ. “So many of you messaged me after my insta stories today and asked HOW we stayed friends throughout all these years. The simple answer? Jesus,” Audrey wrote on the post. “We learned to be follow Jesus together and loved each other with the same truth, grace, and compassion that Jesus loves us [sic].”

Audrey Roloff wrote about how her daughter is already saying prayers

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Our little Ember Jean girlsie is T W O today. She lights up any room with her warm and fiery presence🔥 She loves to sing (especially Jesus loves me – swipe right for video clip🤣), read her books to her babies, go for bike rides and mule rides, play in her kitchen, climb any kind of ladder or rock wall, kick kick kick in the pool, pick and smell flowers, and eat cheese. She always wants to hold your hand and guide you to what she wants to do with an excited “Fow me!” = follow me. She loves to pray for her friends at night before bed and goes through the list of “thank you mama, thank you dada, thank you papa, and two papas, thank you gigi, thank you mimi… etc” When we leave the room after putting her down at night she yells “nigh nigh eyeee youuuu!!!” on repeat until we yell back “night night I love you too!”😍 She loves animals (both stuffed and real) but especially loves her pink fox that she sleeps with – but if fox falls out of her crib in the morning we will hear her yelling “uh oh fox!” Except she pronounces fox like an inappropriate word with a British accent…🤣🙈 She thinks it’s hilarious when she toots now, is very into spinning and making herself dizzy, wants to brush her own teeth and out on her own pants, prefers to be barefoot always, and sticks out her tounge for me to kiss it better when she bites it🤣 If someone is sad or gets an owie she is so quick to offer a hug/kiss and then say “blow” and show you how to take deep breaths😜 Her personality is so full of color and it’s the greatest joy to watch it come more to life. I cannot believe it’s been two years since that morning I held her for the first time in hospital room 320 – the Always More room😉 Ember Jean I love you more than so could have ever imagined. Happy birthday to my forever baby girl💗

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It’s clear Audrey and Jeremy are raising their daughter to be religious as well. “Our little Ember Jean girlsie is T W O today. She lights up any room with her warm and fiery presence,” Audrey captioned this sweet post for her daughter’s birthday. And while the excited mother added plenty about Ember’s sweet personality, she also wrote about how the child is already learning how to pray. “She loves to pray for her friends at night before bed and goes through the list of ‘thank you mama, thank you dada, thank you papa, and two papas, thank you gigi, thank you mimi… etc,’” Audrey continued.

Audrey and Jeremy are currently expecting baby No. 2, so we’re all awaiting more updates as her due date gets closer. Until then, we’re excited to hear more about Ember and if she’ll be even more involved in religion at such a young age.

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