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Little People’s Isabel Roloff concerns fans after admitting she needs ‘pep talks’ to ‘do the best’ for her son Mateo, 1

Little People’s Isabel Roloff concerns fans after admitting she needs ‘pep talks’ to ‘do the best’ for her son Mateo, 1

ISABEL Roloff has posted a cryptic message about parenting on social media, leading her followers to think she needs some advice.

The 27-year-old took to her Instagram Stories on Tuesday, and asked fans for affirmations.

InstagramIsabel Roloff sparked concern after admitting she needs affirmations and pep talks for parenting[/caption]

Instagram/isabelsofiarockThe mom posted a pic of Mateo, 1, and said she used pep talks to ‘do her best’[/caption]

In her first post, Isabel asked a question of her followers and allowed open replies.

The mother-of-one wrote: “What are some affirmations or things you say to yourself to remind yourself you are a good parent?”

Hours later, she reposted one of the responses: “I got this. One day at a time.”

However, Isabel’s own words in addition to the response suggested that she’s received tips and advice from concerned fellow parents.

She wrote: “Thanks! This is more so what I was looking for, not parenting advice.

“I KNOW I’m a good mom, I was just curious how you remind yourself and affirmations really click for me and it helps me to say them out loud sometimes.”

After this, Isabel posted a photo of one-year-old Mateo standing by a playhouse.

She captioned the pic: “I just love this kid so much and want to do my very best for him. Sometimes that comes with little pep talks to myself.”

More fans quickly wrote in to give Isabel reassurances, which the star shared.

Isabel also sparked concern earlier this month after she made a mysterious post about her struggles.

The Little People, Big World star wrote in her Stories: “I am currently going through easily one of the weirdest/hardest times of my life right now.

“Each day feels like a marathon. If this is you too, you are not alone. Brighter days are ahead, I can feel it,” she closed with a red heart emoji.

The TV personality made a similar post at the end of January.

Isabel posted a video of her cast iron fireplace burning wood while an ethereal Bon Iver tune, Beach Baby, played in the background.

Text over the video read: “In case you needed the reminder… Everything is going to work out in the end.”

Some days (like today with a lack of sleep), I’ll tend to feel a little lost.”

She continued, questioning: “Like, is everything in my life going to be okay? Will it all work out?”


Isabel previously claimed that she was going to limit what she posted on social media in order to protect Mateo’s privacy and limit being targeted by hate.

Late last year, she told her fans: “As for the house tour I promised you… it’s not going to happen anymore, unfortunately.

Jacob and I were discussing it and he reminded me that I can’t really post here without people saying awful things about me no matter what.”

Isabel continued: “I might as well limit what they know.”

Instagram/isabelsofiarockThe concern was prompted after Isabel asked for affirmations as reminders that she was a good parent[/caption]

Instagram/isabelsofiarockSome concerned fans sent in parenting advice rather than the affirmations Isabel wanted[/caption]

Instagram/isabelsofiarockIsabel has posted a few cryptic messages on social media recently, after saying she would limit her posts to protect herself and her son[/caption]

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