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'Little People' Star Matt Roloff Gets Ready To Leave The Farm For Good!

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In this week's episode of Little People, Big World, Jeremy and Audrey Roloff were only days away from giving birth to their first child — and it seemed like everyone would miss the big moment!

Amy Roloff and boyfriend Chris Marek went on a six-day motorcycle trip to Alberta, Canada, despite the fact that Audrey's due date was just around the corner.

"It was a tough decision to go on this road trip. I was torn," Amy admitted. "There was a good chance that I could miss the birth of a granddaughter. I just pray she doesn't have the baby until I get back. This is a trip Chris has long planned. But I do not want to miss moments that are milestones in my kid's life."

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"Hopefully she waits till grandma comes home," Amy added. "The biggest thing that could come out of this motorcycle ride is that I got a granddaughter that's supposed to be born. I just pray she doesn't have the baby until after she gets back."

Meanwhile, Zach and Tori took baby Jackson on his first airplane to California to see the beautiful sights of Catalina — possibly missing the birth of Jeremy and Audrey's baby as well.

"I really hope Audrey doesn't have her baby while we're gone," Zack admitted. "But it is the first boat ride for Jackson, first airplane ride, so it will be a trip to remember."

Luckily, Amy, Zack and Tori made it back with plenty of time left to spare before Audrey went into labor.

Amy described her road trip with Chris as "amazing," though there were a few bumps along the way.

"I love a road trip," Amy told the cameras. "I think it crossed our minds, 'like okay this is a lot of together time, it might be too much.' It will probably be the big test." And it certainly was!

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"I noticed about Chris, throughout the trip he would just stop all of a sudden and get up and not tell me where he was going. It got to the point where we fought over it," Amy revealed.

"When we were having dinner, he just left. I had no idea where he was going or what he was doing. I was like 'no, this does not work for me.' Like 'where did you go?'"

Things were left unanswered.

In another scene, Matt put his foot down and opened up about his upcoming lifestyle change.

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"Are you thinking of moving off the farm?" Matt's girlfriend, Caryn Chandler asked.

"It's tough thinking about spending an eternity here with Amy," Matt admitted. "I don't like the fact that I live in a house that's not a good fit for me. It's not fair for me. I'm stuck at that house."

Matt explained that the house — which is only 500 feet from where Amy lives on the farm — is not "little people friendly."

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"Now that I'm divorced I just want my own path away from Amy," Matt told the cameras. "The fact that I'm living on the same property as my ex-wife, it's very, very bizarre."

So, Caryn agreed to invest with Matt so they could buy a property together.

"It's an investment that wouldn't be 50 percent owned by Amy," Matt said with a smile.

Next week on Little People, Big World Audrey goes into labor. Stay tuned for the two-hour special of the birth! Plus, things heat up even more when Matt confronts Amy about the farm.

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