Matt Roloff is returning to Arizona for the New Year after spending some much-appreciated time with his camera-shy daughter, Molly, and beginning work on his new Oregon property near the farm.
On Friday, December 28, The Little People, Big World dad, 57, posted a family photo on Instagram of himself with Molly, her husband Joel Silvius, and Molly's brother Zach with wife Tori and their baby son, Jackson. The group was smiling as they shared what looked like a hearty dinner.
Matt wrote as a caption, "Molly and Joel have been here all week hanging at the farm and visiting everyone. It's been quite a wonderful time getting to relax and enjoy visiting with the entire clan this Christmas season!"
Molly, Matt and his ex-wife Amy's only daughter, hasn't appeared much on the family reality show, although TV cameras did catch her wedding to Silvius.
Although fans could see her on LPBW again one day, Molly, 25, appears to have an independent streak as she studied accounting in Spokane, far from her family's farm in Oregon. Her engagement shocked her parents in 2016.
Matt loved seeing his girl and her husband Silvius for Christmas, but he also told fans on Instagram, "Soon.. it's off to Arizona to let the mud dry out a little bit on my projects up here in Oregon and get my batteries charged in the sunshine."
In an Instagram video, he recently showed how he's tearing things down, after RadarOnline.com told you first about how Matt had purchased the three-house lot for him and girlfriend Caryn Chandler.
Matt posted a selfie video on Instagram that showed him bulldozing trash that had been on the property among the brush and trees.
He was determined to make it into a "gem" after years of neglect.
Matt bought the huge piece of land not far from the family farm--and the big purchase had fans guessing the property would be his love nest with Caryn.
No doubt Caryn will be accompanying Matt to Arizona for New Year's as they own a home there together—and they spent a cozy Christmas in each other's arms, as she showed on Instagram.
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