'Little People, Big World': Amy Roloff feels 'conflicted' after she hears of her mother's death
Amy Roloff is hit with the sad news about the death of her mother and she tries to come to terms with the changes that are happening around her
Amy Roloff received some sad news in the latest episode (May 5) when she found out that her mother, Patricia Knight, is no longer alive. Amy revealed, her mother was 86 and she had died just months before celebrating her 67th wedding anniversary. Amy admitted that her mom had been having heart issues and that may have also contributed to her death.
While Patricia was not keeping well for quite some time, her death had not been something Amy was prepared to hear. Amy recalled that last summer had been the most memorable one because her mother Patricia and father Gordon Knight had been with the family. She recalled her parents got a chance to meet the children and the grandchildren.
Amy confessed she wished she had some more time to spend with her mother while adding that she would have loved for the rest of her family to have gotten a chance to spend some more time with her mother. The reality star further admitted that she had been full of "conflicting emotions" ever since she heard the news.
She revealed she had a lot to be thankful for. Right from her engagement to buying a new house, she had a lot to look forward to but one thing she was not expecting was the news about her mom's death. Amy decided to skip pumpkin season to go and meet her family and be there for the memorial services of her mother.
Meanwhile, she thought that prom would be a good distraction and help her stay happy. Amy also broke the news about her mother's death to Matt Roloff. Matt expressed his condolences while adding that Patricia was a nice woman. He understood that Amy had a lot going on and did not force her to be part of pumpkin season.
Zachary Roloff also felt upset about losing his grandmother and was quite sad for his mother as she had lost someone dear to her. Amy knew it was important for her to fly down to her hometown to be with her family and see how her father had been doing.
While she had everything prepared, she decided to stay back and spend time with the family as they celebrated the pumpkin season. She felt happy to be around people she loved while also remembering her mother.
'Little People, Big World' airs on Tuesdays at 9 pm ET on TLC.