TLC Star Audrey Roloff Opens up About Recent Fight With Husband Jeremy

Audrey Roloff and her husband Jeremy are patiently awaiting the arrival of their baby girl. In the meantime, the couple has spent time getting their new home ready and dealing with stresses of becoming first time parents.

Roloff recently took to Instagram to talk about a recent fight she had with Jeremy and admits her marriage isn't perfect.

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"The never [ending] journey of becoming one isn't always easy," the 26-year-old wrote in the caption. "We come from different backgrounds, upbringings, parenting, spending habits, theologies, so we are bound to have conflict. It's not a matter of if we will fight, but when and how."

She went on to explain that the two needed to be reminded of how to "fight fair" after their disagreement earlier in the week.

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"We needed to be reminded how to handle conflict with parameters that are healthy and productive, rather than harmful and destructive," she wrote. "We needed to start acting like teammates rather than opponents."

Roloff revealed that the couple was having a "mattress fight" and "as the country song goes, [she] just wanted to 'be mad for a while.'"

Even though she didn't provide the reason for her fight with Jeremy, it seems like the pair is bound to reach a breaking point with all their current major life changes.

"In my anger and bitterness, I was letting bad sportsmanship red card our mission," she ended the story.

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The never needing journey of becoming one isn’t always easy... we come from different backgrounds, upbringings, parenting, spending habits, theologies, so we are bound to have conflict. It’s not a matter of if we will fight, but when and how. Yesterday was one of those days that Jer and I needed to be reminded of how to "fight fair." We needed to be reminded how to handle conflict with parameters that are healthy and productive, rather than harmful and destructive. We needed to start acting like teammates rather than opponents. Ironcially, we posted a guest post over on @beating50 last night that we probably needed to read more than any of you. We were having a "mattress fight" and as the country song goes, I just wanted to "be mad for a while." In my anger and bitterness, I was letting bad sportsmanship red card our mission. Have you been there? Or maybe you are resonating with these words as you read them... this blog is for you. Link in bio #beating50percent #stayingido #journeyofjerandauj pc: @dawn_photo

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