Starting on March 4, 2006, the world has watched the Roloff family navigate life on their TLC reality television show, “Little People, Big World.”

And since that premier date, the Roloff crew has filmed and produced more than 307 episodes, according to People.

Not only is that a milestone itself, but it has also earned the family a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.

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According to the patriarch of the family, Matt Roloff, “Little People, Big World” made history by being “the most family-focused reality television shows in the history of television”:

The Roloff family’s very exciting news to share with you all... We have - along with all of YOU - made history. We’ve been awarded by the Guinness Book of World Records for the most family-focused reality television shows in the history of television!! We couldn’t have done it without all of you. If you have been a fan for a while, help us share the exciting news by sharing this photo on social media and mentioning how long you have been watching #LPBW. We appreciate you guys!

He attached his thank you to two photos showing the whole family and one of him and his ex-wife, the matriarch of the Roloff clan, Amy.

If you're wondering how 307 episodes stacks up against reality stars like the Kardashian family, E!'s “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” has filmed only 212 episodes since premiering a year after the Roloffs, on October 14, 2007.

Followers of the Roloff family were quite pleased to see Matt and Amy putting their differences aside in order to celebrate this milestone with the whole family:

Just because someone gets divorced doesn’t mean they aren’t focused on their family. A lot of divorced families don’t ever speak and make it miserable for the kids. I think these two are doing a great job at staying friends.

Love you all. So good seeing you all together again.

The announcement comes the same day Amy opened up to People about the possibilities of selling Roloff Farms as she looked for a new home:

“Life moves so fast — that’s making me realize I need to be a little more proactive. I just want to see what’s out there. I love the farm, I love where I raised my kids. I’d like to see about staying there — but I don’t want to be a a fool and think that that’s forever. Things have changed. [...]

I didn’t bring Chris here because this is just a scouting mission. Maybe later on, if things continue to go great like they are, maybe we buy something together. I don’t know. That’s a bridge — I’m not even there yet. So this is something that I’m doing on my own.”

She told the magazine that the show changed her life, as well as others:

“I’ve been inspired by all of the wonderful people I’ve met along the way around the country and the opportunities I’ve had. A big heartfelt thank you to all of you that have watched, supported and encouraged us along the way. We couldn’t have done this without you in reaching this milestone.”

Congratulations to the Roloff family!