17 Burst results for "Audrey Roloff"

"audrey roloff" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

09:14 min | 1 year ago

"audrey roloff" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

"What's up everybody welcome back to a couple of things, Sean and Andrew Podcast all about couples and things? Like that all. Hope you're having a great day today we sit down with Jeremy and Audrey Roloff you may recognize the roll offs from the reality TV show called little people big world. Since leaving that show, they have gone on to do huge things including being New, York Best New York Times bestselling author does say that right Yes New York Times bestselling author of a book called the Love Letter? Life yes. We talk a lot about their kind of roller coaster of their relationship going from reality television to the social media to them becoming parents in the public eye we talk about all the different kind of job opportunities and There are so-called to work plate over the past few years. They've they talk a lot about how they're actually slowing down right now because they got so overwhelmed with all of it and reprioritising life. This is a really impressive couple I think we kind of have a similar kind of niece that we're in as far as what things we talk about honor podcasts and Youtube but I really respect these. We actually were able to join them on their podcast show called behind the scenes a couple of months ago, really enjoyed getting to know them and this was a great continuation of that Also recently, it is worth noting that they came out with a marriage journal, which is quote unquote the best the world's best communication tool for marriage, and it's designed to do once a week with your spouse and it's just a cool communication tool. For husband and wife to do together. Yes I think you guys are GonNa like this podcast. They have a lot of great insights and opinions and just tips and tricks for relationships. We even took away from and thought it would better our relationship before jump into it please subscribe this show and give it a rating on whatever platform you're listening, and let's jump into this one with Jeremy and Audrey Roloff. Jeremy. Audrey thank you so much for joining us today. It's good to see your face again. What a pleasure thanks I know you guys are on vacation. So thanks for making the sacrifice. Never, really on vacation when we do a hard cast. And you're always kind of a vacation. Hardcastle those beautiful things you can do whatever. So yeah, it's pretty great weight. So didn't you guys just take a break from your podcast? We are yes, we are officially this is the first week technically that we are in break mud. So we're doing the summer off. Onto that decision. A lot you. Go. We've gone in the season. A lot of our listeners know we've been in this season of. Just starting to choose and focus on specific things and we love the podcast. But as you guys know, it takes a lot of energy man we needed to reserve as much energy as possible to make some other decisions in our life right now and we just figured. Let's say let's call the season. So we're not quitting or podcasts ending season four, four season and given it at least summer breaks of. I really respect that I have been. Really thinking especially during the corn teen were like at first we were like, oh, Gosh, we create all this content because people like need to optimism and positivity, and then I feel like about a month and a half into that we hit rock bottom show bottom. Tall. Wear. Like we got. With you. Yeah. It's it's tough and it takes a toll on. Like my mom whenever we have a podcast interview or we're about the content, it's like, oh my gosh, like we got to prepare and then like deduct prepare enough. Oh did I, miss this. Am I going to like It takes a lot of mental space does and So I. I. Respect that also in light of. I don't know how you feel about this if you've thought about this but like. Rachel and Dave Hollis that whole situation of of dim getting divorce and really total Shannon I. They were doing a lot of things that Sean and I wanted to do with the marriage conferences and and the books all about like having healthy relationships and what it's like working with your spouse and it really made me pause when when they hit their thing, it's okay. I never want to touch that. What can we do to protect that? So I respect your decision. Yeah. Thank you, guys. That did come as a bit of a shock and I personally Audran I felt. We felt this for a couple months now a or really maybe a year we've been like holy smokes we gotta start pumping the brakes and start evaluating. Four years ago we quit the family television. Show. In effort to do all this odd casting and online right books and encourage and inspire, and it's been nothing but on but it come at A. At a cost for sure as everything does. And so we're definitely evaluating right now and we shutdown always more which was a company that was based on Audrey. Life Mantra always believed the more that's within you from the three twenty and we shut we cancelled our book contract and. and. Lean back yeah. Back and slow down because it all it catches up really quickly and. And so easy to paint pictures online in with what we with what we do an often I want us as you just said stay so far away from that we want us today as true to ask as healthy as possible. Say Notice things was definitely a requirement for us right now I was Gonna ask what we were looking at the. The big news of you releasing Bursts Omitting the second manuscript book but Sean and I went through the phase of saying no, not too long ago and in my mind I was like I'm saying, no to these things are shutting the door to these things. So I can open more doors and I realized that's the wrong meant that like. I just gotTa say no and just there's something to. Be. Said about being content in half with. The Internet us. It just shows you everything. You're not every thing you could do everyone you should be everywhere you could go. It's just all of these name ships feelings in were being bombarded in the news wearing I mean that's a whole other element of the anxiety problem and it's like all day every day or consuming. A billion reasons of how we're less than. Yeah, it's really fascinating emotional problem. A lot of are used as we know is facing and we're facing ones that are like in it. You know it none of this is to say bag. We love what we do. It's awesome i. just feel like pacing ourselves worth thirty starting our family to kids we don't. Yeah. We don't take over the world by thirty five, and that's something like really embraced the last couple of months in midsummer decision. So. I mean, I don't want to linger on topic too long but I feel like we could dive into this very deep because Internet I've had a lot of conversations like this. Actually like when you're within like when you're in industry within entertainment or social media. Your job is to create so. Off Work and you're not on your computer and you turn your cell phones off at five o'clock you never turn work off you can't as soon as you turn it off, your career stops and it's such this over consuming career. We are constantly trying to think of what image you're portraying, what you're saying who you are when you go out to the grocery store because it goes with your brand and Andrew Nye have talked a lot about when it comes to a podcast. What do we want to divulge? What do we want to talk about? Because we're also putting ourselves on the line and were being vulnerable and it's almost like marital therapy but yet, there might still be open wounds like added. Now we hit rock bottom. But I do think I think it's a really complicated. It's complicated. You know time and career to be in like guy said, you're taking a step back to have perspective on the priorities. It's so easy to get lost that way. and. It's so easy to be like, Oh, I want to take over the world by thirty five. I, have to do more. We have to make more we have to create more we have to. What.

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"audrey roloff" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"audrey roloff" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"It's like anyone could yes exactly percents. I'm fact, that's so PC incorrect right now. Well, it was back. It was your family your nineteen whatever was ninety nine. There you go. NF anything you're like saying, I'm the tall like you're one. Yeah. It's not like, you're you're not exiting the name dwarf. You're like, I'm at all. I'm a longtime listener both of your podcast. And I love you guys question for love. How people call you guys fight nicknames. Would you? Raj raj. Yeah. What would you guys say is the most rewarding aspect of writing the book? Definitely hearing people's response to reading or. Yeah. Yeah. No question. Yeah. For sure simple way, more like, it's so cool to see are climbing charts and all that. But it's like deep heart meaningful to read people's response to it as we labored on that book for years, and it was going to say how long did it actually take you to to process? Yeah. But we wrote it in three months, and then here's a minute was like months of editing intermittently. I wanna say though, we wrote every word as like in. We wrote it for for people are position, I guess, it's like kinda rare. And so I I like to be able to say that. And we wrote everywhere it'd be very proud of that. And especially because you know, you even though you've had a long couple of days, you're both very well-spoken. And if you can do that on your own and write every word together that Stu makes the book so much more special and for people to read that knowing that is really important. So thank you. Sharing that when you to writing it together was at challenging to go back and relive some of the things or what was did it kind of bring you closer. And be like, you know, what I'm glad we got through that. I think everyone should rewrite their love story of how at some point whether it's public or not whatever it is pick by journal by journal and over the course of like twenty date nights. Yeah. Just start sketching out your life store how you met because one.

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"audrey roloff" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"audrey roloff" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"And on our like, it's he's like teeth and is very important to your heart health. And so he he went and found a place around my house for me to go get my eyes checked book made appointment, so there's my that. Right. There says a lot about him. That's amazing. He's just wanna keep her just a sweetheart like he just wants to take care of the people. He cares anyways. Back to the questions. Not. Okay, page McGee says, oh my gosh. I'm so excited for Jeremy and Audrey to be on TV question. What is the one thing they loved about their wedding that wasn't shown or shared on there? L P w wedding episode. Easy answer answer. Yeah. It's our first look, and oh that was like a personal thing. Fought for that. Yeah. Like contractors? Mike during this. There was a sense of secrecy that we wanted to like, retain, and that was one of those moments. Yeah, I'm glad you guys did that because you're you're sharing, you know law. So it's nice to have a moment. Earth documented anywhere. Or is. It just. Yeah. Oak. We had our video like we had a personal wedding over there. And they yeah. That's sweet. Okay. So coach steel beauty wants to know how you're handling your family's still filming. But no longer filming do you just avoid cameras or do you? Visit when the cameras are aren't there? Question. So I like to say, I I like to say we how do I say this? I like to say, I quit. I may have quit little world by didn't quit, my family course. So it's like Jackson Jackson beat their Jackson's my nephew. We're gonna party. We're going to be there. If anything it helps our causes. It's only we got to be on TV without the contract. It's awesome. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Great. And I already asked you this one. So we don't have this just wanted to give her shout out because gaps wanted to know how single people could relate your book. But I asked that awesome. ESP eight twenty wants to know who misses Jeremy's longhair more. I honestly, I don't know. I actually don't like I love. I love it right now. I love it. It's I think I might miss it in like a couple years. But right now, I love it. I met. Jeremy select cover of our book, he has this really long curly hair. Yeah. But I met Jeremy when he looked like this. So when he cut his hair he hadn't cut it in five years. And I it was kind of going back to all those feelings of falling in love. Yeah. Seeing him knowing knowing where to come to this media. I was like the last thing. I want to think about is my hair, right? He got so sorry. I don't wanna spend the brain calories on it. And so anyways, we cut it. We raised fifteen thousand dollars for charity water, which is really pretty literally built a well with Jerry's hair. Amazing. And it's kind of well then going back back again. Going back to the phones. People clean water for having here. Why not sounds like a great trade? So you miss it. But you also. Well with it. Good one. Caitlyn? People's Instagram names. Short girl sixteen. It's like aim all over. We love you mind, candy kiss like mine was tall dwarf. No bad. Yeah. That's. I was in. Well, I don't know..

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"audrey roloff" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"audrey roloff" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"I was like sad for some of those dogs like the ones that lived in the city 'cause you just take him out in P on the same to live their dog hand foot radius of sidewalk are patch of grass. Have you seen the movie the life of pets? It makes me sad. Like those. Stuck in a little -partment? We all just admitted to watching life of. There. There's convinced kids. I should be our confessions twice without any children around. Yeah. Yeah. Once when I was just like at home with my dog. And then the second time on a plane because I was like I love animals. So we'll just get you a couple of questions from listeners, and then all the time we have. But you've got people really love you guys a lot of questions for you. I'm just going to ask you the last the last picture on my were you asking these from Instagram? Yes. Nice. So Instagram that of people that follow the podcast. My last photo I took screen shots at the questions in my last photo. There's that's my eyeball. What he I just came from an eye exam. Why is something? Just doing my, you know, what Jason said by really we need to check your overall health all the time. And he made me an eye appointment. No that's not so excited that I got my earphones. That's amazing. Super cute like he was like, you know, we should really make always healthy..

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"audrey roloff" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"audrey roloff" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"You name it on the planet early. All have in common. They all have a mission statement. They all have goals, they all have strategy and usually some type of yearly summit. Why don't we have that for marriages? Do you have a statement diva? It's almost like a mission statement you do. Yeah. Well, it's like it's like why why wouldn't we it's like we wanted. We want to strategize for success just like every other successful team on the planet. Does it's like why are we we're almost like strategizing for failure in our current cultural marriage structure situation. It's like I am guilty of that. Yeah. I am guilty for the conviction. I just know. I challenge these thoughts because I'm like with our relationships. It's almost like we go into them with this like, well, I hope it works out of to or. On every one no wonder a couple years later you haven't designed success. So going back to August point. Like, what if you built in actions of love, even if it's like, this is going to be a silly example. But like a twelve twelve noon alarm that goes off on your phone everyday. You texture wife something you like about her. It's like that is an action of love that when you get home at night. I bet it will reward you. That's so true sounds so cheesy chasing does that put on Mason. Adds it in his calendar or notes or he has set an alarm. Green flag. He green flags. Get good. I was talking about this to my girlfriend today. Do you know that Marco Polo? Yeah. Okay. I use it with my girlfriend who is in Calgary. And so that's how we chat every day. And I was telling her just green flags everywhere. That's an awesome. That's good. Totally thinks is us as a team. He like changes. My mindset he encourages me to think differently. He knows that like I always try and like sabotage because I like that's how I grew up. My parents were best friends, but then they ended up getting a divorce, and it was like, you know, a pretty for for divorce pretty healthy. And they stayed in Rennes. They still are friends, but I saw two people fall out of love. And so that was always my fear of these peop-. I'm gonna follow up and keeps proving me right in relationships and Jason comes from a family where his parents have been married forty years. They have a very healthy relationship. And he's just like, well, that's what I've seen my whole life. And he is very understanding. Of my situation and wants to like convince me and wants to be there for me through everything. And he's just like we are a team. Like, you always good. One red flag. Green flag. Yeah. It's so cool to hear about that too. Is we have this chapter in our book? It's the whole chapter, and it's called not Nyland in the whole idea is like are you isolating or integrating of that with commodity as released because we all do start dating someone in the face of the earth, and no one ever sees you anymore. No. Or do you start dating someone and hang out with friends? So that your friends can raise green flags or red flags yet need to you know..

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"audrey roloff" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"audrey roloff" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"I'll I don't know if this relates to you both. But I know that you said you were in relationships before and then you guys met, and it was unexpected. And I feel like that same thing happened for me. But I felt like I was already in a position where I was like established. And I knew who I was and I was like in a in a place where I felt like I was really actually ready to be in a relationship, and I'm can't wait for marriage and all those things. So did you feel like you were both ready in just like as individuals when you met each other? That's a great question. Would you say I would say that like I think our season. So we did a I pursued Audrey for two years. So we met, and we're like stayed friends. Okay. Strict friends, we didn't talk. And but it was in that pursuit that I I say in the book like meeting a lot during those years, I say the meeting Audrey held a mirror in front of my face. I saw the man I was in comparison to the man I wanted to become and so I grew in those two years immensely, and it was actually a very special season in my life as I pursued Audrey is actually kind of pursuing the Lord and myself at the same time who am I? Know for me. Yeah. So it was it was a fun season. So I would actually say no, I wasn't really in the right spot. Because if I felt like I was I probably would've messed it up. I'm crazy. That's true. Well, but you were but you grew into that. Then started dating. Yes. Exactly. So that there you go. Yeah. Yeah. We waited. And a lot of that was like I was in. I was we were young we met when we were nineteen. So we were I was in this. You know, I was in college, and I was a collegiate distance runner, and I was like doing school. Like, I was like I'm gonna thing. And I don't need a date. Like, I was in that phase now where I was like kind of an yeah. But then I met Jaren. I was like okay, I've never met anyone like him before. I'm definitely interested. But I don't wanna date you right out. Right. So we just friends friends a longtime. We call it the patient pursuit because Jerry pursued me, but it was so patiently on earth. Creeper that texted me every day, you know, very strategic with. Yeah. But I was also I was also I was the guy that was like, whoa. I've seen her three times. And she hasn't even mentioned the show. Right. I never seen the show about late. I was like before Instagram like that. Really intrigued me well because you get so jaded sometimes come like bean from a TV show where that's how people know you. And you question people's motives and intentions and all those things where I mean, I've had troubles making friends in Nashville because that same thing, you know. So it's it's that is intriguing when a person isn't just you know. Oh, I know you from here. Now, I'm I'm interested like, she knew you wanted to know you for you and got to know you for you. Yeah. Those let's. You are so cute. I can't stand it. It's a fun. It's a fun story. And I love that. It's been nine years. Yeah. Those nine years. Yeah. It's actually insane. Like does not feel gun. And then once you a great head. You're like time. I don't understand. And we're like, wait. We just had I like yesterday knowing no, it's even just having a niece and nephew friends with babies. I'm like, wait. It makes time go so much. They gross. Just feel like we're just getting started. Right. We're like just hit boots on the ground got going on all this fun stuff like baby. So many ideas like we are pillow talk..

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"audrey roloff" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"audrey roloff" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"I wanted to say can you look just I just make sure 'cause I'm like, I'm I'm the messenger right on the message of between our contractor aren't any. Yep. I'm that guy and just Janna has her hand inside of me, just like using my mouth as a puppet just saying what she said. So, gee, and go respond right now tell right now that this isn't a unacceptable and so on so forth and just my personality. I wanted to be like. Let's just make sure, but I didn't say okay, kind of gave through much like all right fine. I said it come back. Our sends me the screen shot of her telling Janna that she need those days off GM sane. Okay. No problem exclamation boy. It's my face. It's all good. And I had to sit there and be the bad guy, and I've really long time ago. Yeah store. Founder. So you're nanny quit and you're moving, but we're going to bring what she gonna move with you. We haven't really figured it out yet. We I don't think she would have because I think we there was a lot of happening. Nanny until you move would. Yes, that's very stressful. But we've I actually did use care dot com, and we have hard for off there. So, but but yeah. So I think there was just some issues are ready that we're getting frustrated with but it's going to be good for the next situation. Because. Things have to beat that stressful. I wasn't stressed. No. I'm just saying just decisions and stuff like that. Like, we can we can make the decisions in the same time. We know we can make the decisions the same time we manner this kinda meaner as opposed to. We have we append million shares. This is good. You're so you guys both bring a gift you're so lucky you guys though. And here at love letter. Life is beautiful where else can are fans. Follow you. Yeah. So pretty much to find all the irons. We have in the fire. You can just go to the roll offs dot com. That's yeah. R O L O F F one L to afs. That's the other big misspelling of J J do e names on social we're big on Instagram. Jeremy off a love letter life. You can get anywhere. It's amazing and guys. Thank you. I love you is please like hang out. Yeah. De-stress hump touring..

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"audrey roloff" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"audrey roloff" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"Like, I have a hard time reading if it says she said, and this person said it has to be from the reader, Emily gifts one of my favorite authors lover death. But she writes always in that first person. So. Jolie are daughter three year old books, and it's always dialogue. And it's like every he said they exclaim, but it's just like it's tiring to read sentence. You have to read at that. You know, react I do voices, and there I don't have to say that he said she voices you skip. Those lines starts to learn how to reach what you're missing out I don't on. care. We we get a lot. Or make it I actually don't anymore. You don't anymore really every word live. How old are diligent eighteen months? Nineteen months. Are we are we going baby too? Definitely want to have more kids. Too far apart. I'm like, they gotta be friends. Like, I don't to be a senior in high school looking at their freshman sister. You know, like me. Yeah. My brother he wouldn't even let me ride in his car on the school because he didn't want to be associated with. So sad. Your only brother or only sibling. Well, we'll know technically two half sisters. They're super young. But but yeah, so older, brother. But yeah, he would never let me ride in his car. And if I did I had to sit in the back like I could not be associated with him being twin was so fun. Yeah. Refunding default friend. Yeah. We had. No, they're always, you know, for sure and we wrote together every day, you know, unless we were doing something different after school. I love that kind of twin dynamic words like you embrace it like you love each other for it. Because some don't for. Sure. Oh, absolutely. Some independence issue or it's just like, I'm me. He's you know. Yep. Yeah. Want to be affiliated with with each other? Just ask on your family side. I just is does dwarfism run genetically. I don't know how that both your parents are dwarfs, right, Geno. What a nightmare question. I'm sorry. I'm like you did fill the TV shows. I have to count interesting. Totally kidding. I'm totally kidding. It's actually really weird. You guys are just as likely to have a little person as I am because we don't because it's dominant, gene. Well, even that or it's kind of confusing, but yeah, it's a dominant gene for the most part, but you know, the whole, gene pool. Like, so many people still don't know what's going on in that room. I just know that Mike left is has the same left is jase genes are like insane right away. Yeah. Oh, crazy genes are just like nuts. Yeah. They're crazy. And so like, I oughta reason my keep or possibility of having a little person be same as your guys at the end of the day, if you broke it down, which is an interesting thing because you wouldn't think so, you know, but as your is your brother normal sized. I guess how do I say win is a little person? Oh, which is like the weird part about it. And then two I've got a younger sister and a younger brother were all three years apart. So as acne twins twenty nine sister and. Than younger brother all three years apart. And it's what's really weird..

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"audrey roloff" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"audrey roloff" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"Reading this like this is some juicy stuff on care dot com to stars because you did a great laundry. She actually only had one because I was like why did she have one star? This isn't good. And then I said, Nope. No, thanks don't need you in the house. I will say about around that though. I think for that to happen. Husband wife, clearly didn't have very good communication because I feel like if someone like we hire somebody and they try to do that with us. We come to be like, hey, so as I was saying, you said this you're doing this this way. And you'd be like what? No, I don't. We know. How do you know, I didn't do that? And we'd be like, okay. Like, we we'll smell blood in the water like pretty quick, this isn't we would because we talk about. I'm just having a lot of anxiety because we have a lot of trips coming up. We're going to Scotland we have our podcast tour, which by the way is in may. So you guys get your tickets, Boston Virginia New York, but I'm scared because we have this new nanny coming in. And I've just heard all the horror stories, and I'm she seems great. I really liked her energy. She has two boys. She's from Greece. She's she's in her fifties. I think sh but I'm still so scared. I see those things on the news in. I don't I'm just scared. Like, what does she's crazy? What if she does hurts our children? I'm I'm genuinely having anxiety Cam of some sort we're getting so we just we bought we bought five we'll rest. Well, there's this new system called blink. Have you ever heard of it? It works with Alexa. But there's these little small cameras. So we're going to put them in the kids rooms, which we already have cameras anyways. But I just want them more around the house. But even so if something were to happen, we're not there or the hidden cameras now. She'll she'll know she's on camera. We're gonna have it. So because before we had one in Joel Jason's room. But now we're gonna have one in the living room. So you can see the whole the kitchen you can see the living room. We're going to have one another one in Jason's room. So we can see it all on the same device you so yeah, we're gonna have it all over happen in. We're not there. Lauren friggin Boston dune Winedown our word in Scotland. How do you? I mean, you just we'll call the police. I think any this is going to be an Unani. I think it'd be smart to maybe have Julie or somebody to stop by every now and then. Yeah. It was really like, hey, you know, our new nannies name like, hey, Julie's gonna stop by this familiar face. Your kids are doing chicken on things. It's just weird. 'cause when Jolie was little I traveled with her everywhere. I mean, she's she went everywhere since she was six weeks old choose on a bus with me, we flew went everywhere together. So I feel like this is kind of the first time we're having to have this situation when we're not actually with the kid because you're working so much when you're when you're ugly can't bring him to Scotland. So because it's I mean with the baby and Julie I mean, the fighters were already expenditures because we have kids notes when it was easier. It was easy and we didn't have to buy her see yet. And if we were 'cause we're technically still in LA. So the podcast tour is in may. So again, it'd be flying a lot of flights. And that's just a lot for two kids. So and then an top of the having to have someone to help us watch the kids when we're winding down on stage. So I mean, a look it's all champagne problems. But I think just some having I I'm very interesting. To hear some nanny story so Email in Janet, Kramer, iheartmedia dot com. Really want to hear about I do because I want to know what I have to be fearful of a minute. Maybe I maybe moms to that fuel your imagination my imagination is so aft anyways. I mean, the things I think about movie lies in my.

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"audrey roloff" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"audrey roloff" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"I love that. You had to reference a photo. Like, I I did watch the Brady bunch. I ever right in front of very young. We assume Christos references. Do you ever? Would you ever hire a Manny? Well, I asked you about that one guy. I said what about this guy Timothy so look like he? Here's some issues. But well, I would hire a guy. I would hire. I would probably be. Honestly, I'd I'd rather hire a gay man or over a straight man for sure. Not saying that I would be tempted. But no, and that's not that wouldn't even be my reason for not hiring a guy wouldn't be that. It's just I think there's still something there's some jobs in this world that are just women are better suited for. No, no. I'm not saying it's from a biological standpoint of women are naturally, more nurturing. Agreed. Yeah. So it's just a a softer approach is more. Like, this is this is your human nature. So I just feel like it's a safer bet over NFL like when it comes to that stuff. Women are able to you're able to kind of feel their energy right easier than you are men. It's funny starting to read reviews about some of the girls because I've narrowed it down to a couple of girls in Nashville, and they're all one's a little young. I really wanna go after I I like I like the fifty year the fit between forty and fifty I like that range because they're not they don't care about Instagram. They don't care. This is their job. They're not looking to just don't have a lot of social plans and. Probably raised their own kid hundred percent. Exactly. So I mean, I I lean towards that. But then I also like again, I like the way Britney was like, let's go to the zoo, and let's do this. And then you have so much more energy than me, which I like in a younger person because I see that a lot of younger people to that. But here's the interesting don't younger people you're gonna like workhorse, you can kind of work little bit more. You know what I mean? They're not jaded. You've gotta work them. They got her under stripes. Yeah. But so as reading some of the reviews on some of the girls, and this one girl, which I liked and then end up saying, no to one of the review said that she was she was playing the parents against each other and ended up this this like no joke on care. They were she was playing them against each other. And now they like so much so that they're divorced. And they her whole intent was to get into the father's life. Like, she was so manipulative that she made the guy think his wife is crazy. And then they ended up cooking up this. Overview a review who wrote the review the wife. Oh my God. Yeah. I was reading this like this is some juicy stuff on care dot com to stars because you did a great laundry. She actually only had one because I was like why did she have one star?.

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"audrey roloff" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"audrey roloff" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"It's like, oh good read it, and I'm like like, it's just written really, well and its ally just the dearest. This is amazing. So a lot of my bible time lately has been that which I'm just kind of like that's just the season right now. And I've had rich seasons of our long morning time down right now. It's that. Yup. But yeah, we love it. I really recommend if anyone's listening, and you haven't and you have young kids. Oh, yeah. Get the Jesus story but bible. I wish all the time. I work in volunteer at the jail. I wish all the time. I could get those bibles in there. Oh, yeah. They're heart back, and we can't take hard back in. Why? Like, yes, she can maybe engineers something with a hardback book. I don't know interesting. I know I take a lot of books the jail that I get like after I read them, or if I don't ever read them like, oh, these girls would love it. Yeah. I can't take hardback boats. Is your card back? It is a big. Shoot dang it. I can't take MAMBO. We're I know right now the jail thing. Tell me about that. Oh, I volunteer there on Tuesdays with a program when I'm in town when I'm not crazy busy. So I started three and a half years ago. And it's just been one of my favorite things I've ever done in my entire life. And we do a class when he was six week class with the girls. And then we'd just repeat it every six weeks and teach them things we always talk about Jesus, it's faith base onto Jesus. Are they receptive? Are they I mean? Yeah. Yes. Yes. Yes. It's so good. I mean, I love the in jail. Yeah. But it's got us up me so much by myself. Oh my gosh through that. So cool. Anyhow, I tell you there. Yeah. That's really. So it's been some of my author friends have sent me like a bunch of books to take in. So that's been fun to kind of stack their library. Sally, Lloyd Jones. She also has a book kind of like the Jesus Roper apple is called. I'm going to butcher it. But I think it's the story of God's love for us. I always bringing people love that book because when she came out with that new book, I got a copy, and I was reading it. And I was like this. So. So familiar, and it's basically the stories from the bible kinda more adultish in this book. It may thing. Okay. Limited like a new believer. Yeah. When seeking whatever so just this aisle. Correct. It in the show notes, it's wrong. But the story of God's love for us. Definitely. I will definitely get that. Sally, John my flight home. He got address has been so fun. So fun. I am so excited to see what you're gonna do. Thank you. Thank you each other. Yeah. He was should towards each other and answering those great question and thanks for sharing your life with us today. Thanks so much for having music than amazing. Is it possible to make it butter hot tub? Yes. It's called Thomas's English Muffin and it's possible. Thanks to the nooks and crannies texture Thomas's. Wake up to what's possible. Okay. Friends. I told you that you would love her. She's super sweet I love how much she loves marriage is a girl after my own heart, Aaron, and I are such big fans of marriage checkout. Audrey and Jeremy's new book a love letter life. It's the sweetest. Love letter filled story, you can find it anywhere books are sold. Also, follow her over on Instagram.

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"audrey roloff" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"audrey roloff" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"So one of the things that you had mentioned that you were kind of struggling through right now, which I think is really common for women is about community finding community struggling with community. What is like for you guys right now? Yeah. Yeah. I care that no one it looks like for you guys to. So we had this time when we were living in bend of really rich intense community weeded house church with ten to fifteen families. It kind of grew while we were there, and it was just the most like spiritual growth we've ever experienced accountability. Like literally doing life with people. If there's a neat among us. It was met, you know, like an all the kids just in church like it was such a beautiful thing. Very New Testament church. And I'd never experienced that. We grew up in bigger churches, you know, west coast has not the mega church, but then when we moved to L A, we went to mosaic, which is really big church, and then went to house church and experience just this richness. And then when we moved home back to Portland, it was moving home for us, which we really had been away for all of college, and then the few marriage, and so all the sudden all over friends are old friends had kind of plugged in to where they wanted. And we're kind of like just set there, you know, and we just were kind of looking to Greek create what we had extended India not that we're like against traditional church at all I think that like serves its place in God is totally at work there. But just to have that, you know, what people call it community group trial, whatever. And so we just really craved that and we tried to like do that with people, and it was just we really discouraged by trying. We just kind of gave up on Asli and this past the posture. We kind of replaced all that rich community time with working honest. Yeah. And our businesses are doing great and work has been really good feel this void one hundred percent. Where like I. Related and we worked too much, and we don't have people speaking into our marriage and calling us out on our stuff, and we need that especially being in a place where like where you're speaking to so many people up. Yeah. Exactly. And we need people checking us, and so I think that like someone one of my friends, we have a lot of really close friends that live across the country. Maybe you feel this way too. But like my girls that I can let call that like kind of get they do what I do in some way. So they can get my struggles. Because I think sometimes maybe you feel this way like talking to my friends about like a struggle at Jeremy, and I are having with working together. And this thing that we're about to launch like my friends that like, you know, work at Nike or whatever like I love them, and they can speak into other areas of my life. But it just as hard for me when I started to share that struggle. I kind of feel dumb even though I know it's not like, that's my struggle. But like totally so I have my girls that like I call that live across the country that kinda get like an I think it's important. If you do what do work, whatever, you do you have to have people that work in your space to that? Get those Ruggles that kind of burned for what you burn for, you know, and we've had a hard time finding those people in proximity. Yes. And so I just think like, I don't know. Like, oh, it's it's been a tough. It's been a hard thing for us. And we really Jeremy as a huge like side, passion heart for just what's happening in the church and just kind of like bringing church back to like what it was supposed to be. He always says like we win them to what we win them with. So if we're winning them to church with these things, we're going to win them to those things, coffee and music and writing. Yeah. Whatever waiting them with Jesus we're gonna win them to. Jeez. Right. You know? So I don't know. That's just where wrestling through that. We're trying to figure out what we need. Any some sweet older couple one hundred zero. Yeah..

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"audrey roloff" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"audrey roloff" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"That's been on the forefront of your mind. I can't remember the ones. Yeah. But every week they're the same questions over and over. And we just felt like those were the questions that like, you know, when your marriage when you you never had that good time to talk about it. It was like that was the good time to talk about it. We are guaranteed that time every week to ask those questions, and it's been like the best communication in our marriage. I'm not just saying that because we created it like we literally do it. Every so hard thing had to have come up. So some weeks, it's two hours some weeks. It's two minutes because we're so tired, right. Yes. Hard things have come up, and it's an opportunity for us to like not lingering bitterness because we know we're going to get that question. Is there any herder unconfessed sin, and like sometimes there were weeks in our marriage where like dreaded that question because you know, you don't wanna talk about the, you know, but it. Kept us just in this space of honesty, and communication. And also like what's one thing? I can do this one one simple thing I can do from my husband that week. How can improve you? We take a sticky note, and we'd do the rewrite those things on a sticky note. So we can see all week. Yeah. 'cause otherwise it's just in the journal better. Yeah. Beyond fifty two week journal. We wrote like devotional to our each week. Yeah. For people, but that's been like, a huge, huge help in our marriage and lots of people have kind of gravitated towards that. So that's kind of like become a huge part of beating fifty as that jerk. Jeff. So I think about that even we've been married this will be eighteen years. Oh, wow. Yeah. So cool. But even like when you're talking about just those like that time on Sunday night answering those questions as you guys already have full busy lives with work himself. But as you're adding kids as you're adding new careers, as you're adding new things easier, it gets crazy Z, which like, I can't even fathom. But I know is true. I mean, it is like air like we're sticklers for date nights. But sometimes we only get to. Because we have all these kids have all these activities in all the things. And so I can see the value insane. Every week rate. We're gonna sit down to answer these questions. Yeah. I'm sure you've had phenomenal feedback from people who have. Yeah. Taken this challenge. And you can do it like you do not have to be religious. I mean, it's just like the simplest. Yeah. It's so easy. We have couples that are in their seventies. Do it. And then we have like twenty year olds. Yeah. You know? And it's just like my parents do it. You know, like, it's just easy. So sweet. Yeah. So okay. Tell me about your clothing company. Okay. So so I was a distance runner in college and all through high school grown up, and they used to write always more on my arm. It was like a motivational running reminder, you know, Audrey you can always give a little bit higher. Yeah. And so it started as that in Maine. I used to read it on my arm all through college and other girls on my team started writing on on their arms. And then when I got I used to I had like a blog at the time that was like totally like boring. I'm sure it was I wrote about writing and my faith though, the main thing I wrote about and so always more was kind of like the main consistent deemed or it couple years ago. I think now it's been like three years. I was like we'll be fun to put always more t shirts. So we started dabbling in the retail space. And again that was kinda around the time we were like wanting to leave corporate America, and scratch that onto Pearl niche. So he launched his clothing line, always more. It's about inspiring women to always believe in the more. That is within them through Christ comes from the verse diffusion through twenty and yes, so it's it's just about like inspiring women to believe in the more. That's within them and the more that they can give through through Christ's, energy and strength..

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"audrey roloff" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"audrey roloff" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"Every weekend to film while you're living. There was like four hour drive. Just recently when we found out we were pregnant with ember surprise pregnant, okay wanted to move back home closer to family. So we we moved back when I was pregnant about six months pregnant to be closer to family had our daughter there. And then right after we had our daughter we were like we're done with this. Yeah. So we kind of made our exit was that a decision because you were mom now that was a huge part of it. Yeah. Always said like we didn't want to raise our kids in this environment. That was a huge part of it also though like for a long time we had kind of been just like wrestling with like, okay, Jeremy's ideal career was not to be reality. Tv stars. It's not really what we wanted to be. No for it is what we are known for and we're thankful for it. Allowing us to like open up. Yeah. But it has been kind of a hard transition for us to you know, all these people that are following us. They're following us because we're rowdy TV people. But then like, we never talk about reality TV ever. Like, I never realized. You know, I was on a TV show unless you knew because you're following me from that. Right. Like, we talk about always more in books and being fifty in what we're passionate about our podcast in. It's been hard to kind of get people to go. Like all the sudden, we're like talking about these things, and they kind of didn't expect us. We talk about Jesus. And they're like, wait what like people have been like receptive to that. Because it's just not they weren't. It wasn't an expected thing. Okay. I know what? I mean like it was for some because Jeremy's family like it was a wholesome TV show there. Young. But I think like over the years that element has kind of gotten a little bit like buried initials or not the biggest story line. Yeah. The biggest storyline. Also, just their family. Like all the kids are now married all the time. Yeah. So just stuff has changed with it a lot. So we're just work on just trying to like point people in this like, hey, guys. Here's what we want to be about. Now, if you if you care about it great, and if not like we're not going to be talking about reality TV anymore. So sorry. There are lots of other reality TV shows, they could find out exactly. World is still airing. He'll go. Yeah. They still film. Yeah. Oh, yeah. His family continued. We just stepped away you his family's still there. Gordon, brother and sister in law and my cute little Matthew stars. All the kids are married all except for his younger, brother. Jacob. But he's getting married this summer, then all of them will be married and do all the ones that are married. Have kids know so only there's only my his twin brother has an few and he's four months older than our daughter. And then his sister doesn't have kids yet. Okay. So fun stuff. Okay. Guys. I'm going to take a break from the show real quick. I know you're loving my conversation with Audrey. But I want to thank our sponsors for today's show. This podcast is brought to you.

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"audrey roloff" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"audrey roloff" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"So like whole reception was just this party. And you didn't have to worry about that in hindsight, like eight gave us the ability to share our story. We would not be reading this book. If it weren't for that, you know, so I'm very thankful for it. But it definitely had its judge. I think that's something that people don't really realize if people who have we'll just use the word platform, even though it can it can make some people feel a little squirmy. But we say what it is that people can have this idea that it's just awesome and fun and all these things, but it comes with a really big responsibility. Yeah. So the way even you guys are talking about we had to weigh all of the all the options here. And if your goal is to shine the light of Jesus, then how can we do this with what God set up for us for some reason other God is like, hey, this is the story. I'm gonna write for you. Yeah. This is a platform. I'm going to set you up for Stewart it. Well, right. Yeah. One hundred percent. And so I can see the stress of having to do that. Yeah. And both Darren I are very like sometimes we over spray. Allies things are over like we get to intentional about. We we just need to give it up and dressed it. It's gotta be. Okay. You know what? I mean. Like, we just need to be told you sometimes we're more those kinds of people like we over analyze the decisions, especially big ones like that. Yeah. So anyways, then we kept filming five years into our married. Four years of our our part of the show that yes, so. Yeah, wedding. We continue to do the show we moved away to Los Angeles right after we got married and fly home for the show every now, and then they came, but it was like not as much then we moved home. We actually moved to bend Oregon, which is like the best place in the entire country. Maybe I shouldn't be telling people because I don't then they're gonna they're I know there's these bumper stickers that people haven't been that say Ben socks don't move here for us to do. Yeah. Yeah. But yeah. So we lived there for two and a half years is amazing..

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"audrey roloff" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"audrey roloff" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"He would drive took her Vallis and come see me for a day or night, or whatever. And then drive back were you on the show? Oh, when you were dating so dating we were kind of protected a little bit from the show because we were Jerry was at school. So a lot of the show storyline wasn't surrounded around. Jeremy like they filmed him going off to school. They filmed him moving in. They filmed him one time when he was there has brother went to visit him stuff like that. But they weren't feeling filming him on the daily. We had just started dating right before he went to school. So they didn't really have time to introduce me. Yeah. Which I think like was the Lord kind of protecting us because none of our dating relationship was really on the show. And so that's where like a lot of this book comes into play. As like, we haven't really told no one really knows Austria. And so like we broke up when we were dating him like all these things. And and once you learn. That wasn't on TV that you'd have to like seriously the dot. Yeah. It's crazy. You can start out on your own terms now. Yes. And not. Yeah. But yeah, so we didn't really I wasn't really introduced the TV world until we got engaged. And then Jeremy proposed to me and had his buddy film it. And then they licensed that footage to the show. So that they could air it. Yeah. And then all of our weddings, planning was filmed. And it was just me because Jeremy was stolen Santa Barbara. So it's basically like me filming going shopping K tasting and all this stuff because he was away. Did you like that parts of it were really fun? And we're a big blessing because I think everyone's like, oh, I would love to be on a reality TV show. But I think they're I like, you know, in the same way that we have platforms and social media, and we get to share lives with people, and like we get to point people towards truth in we get to like share Jesus with it. But yeah, there's hard stuff that comes with it. But I think at the end of the day like I'd rather be a story. Sharon and be in that position and steward at well. Then. Not just because I want to protect enough. You know, it was a good looking back. It was hard. We had our wedding nationally televi- read that. Okay. Let me just say this real quick. I like the O earn. I had a big reading we had like five hundred people there. I wrote it down. I'll just don't worry. Yeah. Two point three million. People watched your wedding. No, worry we joke about this. Because we're like we had to make this decision. We almost didn't film our wedding. We talked about this in the book. We almost did not do it. And we basically were like, okay. Do we want to invite two hundred people to our wedding or two million people to a wedding? Like what you know because we were. So we wanted our wedding to fill intimate. We wanted our wedding to fill us. We didn't want it to feel like this commercialized thing. Like, I didn't want, you know, my friends, and my family have never been on TV never see them into this whole like, hey show, but my wedding. And it's like TSA will you sign this release and all these people in black earphones are walking around. And it's like, no I didn't want that to feel like the environment of our wedding. But I will say like TLC in discovery. And like all of them did such a good job. Like respecting we kind of like. Here's are non-negotiable rights. You know, I'm not gonna do this not gonna do this. You're not gonna film our first, look, you're not gonna film communion. We're going to have these moments that are protected. And then they left during the reception..

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"audrey roloff" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"audrey roloff" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"I'm like that is so weird. You're such an old lady. I'm serious you blink. And she'll be fifteen and it's just it's fun. It's so fun. Okay. I'm going to be getting to know you along with my listeners. So very fun. Now, you mentioned everybody about reality TV, I'm gonna do. I didn't think about this before you were my one two three four just talk thing at the top of my head. If people have been on the show that had been reality TV. Oh, really, isn't that crazy? Yeah. That's a lot kinda hide. No, cool. So I'm so intrigued, especially when you told me that your husband Jeremy has been on the show sixteen years for sixteen years, which means if I'm doing my math, right? Yeah. You met him while he was on the show. Yes. I didn't watch. The show. So I didn't know knew nothing about it. Well, you didn't grow up watching TV not really like movies. How to TV but not reality. Definitely. Yeah. I was not allowed to watch any of. Okay. Okay. Even though his family's reality show is good clarification. Whereas like house rows of anything. But but like MTV was no it It was. was when I was growing up to seek to my friend's house. Yeah. Yeah. We met when we the show was happening. But it was actually they were kind of in a break when we met. So they weren't like full-blown filming for the show at the time, and you met in college high school. So we met in college. Jeremy my husband was going to community college because they were still filming for the show who's close to home didn't know where wanted to go to school or what he wanted to do yet. I was in a state school. I went to Oregon state and ran kalija cross try. No, I did wrong. Day ago beaver beavers. Okay. It's totally by ducks. I mean, come on, it's so confusing here. So are you all the green and gold? No, see, orange and black. I'm sorry. It's fine. It's fine. It's really verse. Everyone knows the ducks because the ducks won the national football thing couple years back and Prefontaine and all of that. But yeah. So I was a beaver. I ran cross country and track collegiately there. And so my husband, and I ran track. I ran the five K in the fifteen hundred. Okay, you cross country. Yeah. Cross country job. Yeah. So my husband, and I were set up by mutual friends on a blind date while we were both home from school on winter break. Okay. Got it. You can read more about it in the book. Oh, yeah. Super crazy story. Neither of us had ever been on a blind date before Jeremy was like no way because he got ask all the time just being in the public eye and his friends would always try to set him up girls, we both trusted our friends. Yeah..

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