Little People, Big World alum Jeremy Roloff is, undoubtedly, a jack of all trades. The son of Amy and Matt Roloff has quite a long list of skills on his resume, which many find impressive.
Aside from being a former reality TV star, Audrey Roloff's husband is also an author, podcast host, and entrepreneur. But Jeremy shows no sign of slowing down. The father of three is now looking into adding another accomplishment under his belt.
Little People, Big World: Jeremy Roloff Works on Getting His Pilot License
It looks like Jeremy Roloff is one step closer to reaching his goal of becoming a certified pilot. During a Q&A session on Instagram, the LPBW star shared some updates about his journey to becoming a pilot.
Jeremy revealed that he was "about halfway" from finally being a certified pilot and flying a plane but had to delay his training.
"About halfway, winter and having a newborn slowed me down but will finish in the spring," the former Little People, Big World star said.
Still, that doesn't Jeremy Roloff from doing what he loves. He proceeded to fly a small private plane and even shared a glimpse of his ride with fans.
Jeremy Roloff previously revealed that it has been his childhood dream to become a pilot. In early 2021, he took steps to make that dream come true as he worked on getting a private pilot license.
The Little People, Big World alum received his student pilot license on July 23, 2021, according to the Federal Airman Administration. However, he's still not allowed to carry passengers.
The father-of-three assured his followers that he has not given up on his dream yet. He said he plans to continue with the course and hopefully finish it by spring 2022.
LPBW: Audrey Roloff Not Comfortable With Jeremy Flying a Plane
Meanwhile, Audrey Roloff is not completely sold on her husband's piloting skills. The 30-year-old former LPBW star said she's still not comfortable flying on a plane with her husband as the pilot.
The mom-of-three shared in an Instagram post that she didn't go with Jeremy when he visited a property in Bend, Oregon. From Portland, Jeremy would need to travel for about 3 to 4 hours on land. It only takes at least 30 minutes on a plane.
"Over the summer, we saw this place pop up and Jer immediately flew (since that's his newest hobby) out there with a friend to go see it," Audrey explained. "I was super pregnant with Radley, so I stayed home. Also, not super comfy with the idea of flying with Jer yet."
The couple eventually bought the property and is now planning to renovate some parts before they use the "dreamy little" cabin.