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The Johnstons -- all seven -- of Forsyth, Ga., are the subjects of this reality-documentary series. The brood, TLC says, are "the world's largest known family of achondroplasia dwarfs." Achondroplasia is a genetic disorder of bone growth, but the series demonstrates that size only matters in the amount of love the Johnstons provide. Trent, a grounds supervisor at a local college, and housewife Amber have two biological children -- Jonah and Elizabeth -- while Anna, Alex and Emma were adopted from Russia, Korea and China, respectively. Episodes deal with everything from high-drama soccer tryouts to a disastrous attempt at a "birds and bees" discussion, all framed by the family tackling a massive renovation of their 6,000-square-foot, circa 1891 home.

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Everyone's excited about the last day of school except Alex, who has a crush on his teacher; Trent and Amber take the kids on a vacation, but Jonah's attitude threatens to ruins everyone's fun.
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Amber realizes it's time for a professional makeover; Alex is suffering back pain and meets with doctors to determine if he needs surgery.
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The pressure is on to finish the kitchen renovation before entertaining guests for Easter; a project ends in disaster and the family reels after Amber is caught in a fire.
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Amber's frustration with their dysfunctional kitchen; the children plan a surprise birthday dinner; Trent trains for a Fun Run.
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Dinner and dancing for Valentine's Day to keep the spark alive; a special surprise waiting at home for Amber.
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The family is back home from their two-week California vacation, and the start of the school year is approaching; Anna breaks down as she prepares to start college; Trent and Amber worry about Liz getting too hot and heavy with her new boyfriend.
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The family takes a break from home renovations and goes on a ski trip; Trent is diagnosed with pneumonia.
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In the midst of renovation there is a dispute between whether to purchase living room furniture or a new TV; Jonah tries out for the soccer team.
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The family expands to include a bunch of chickens; Trent builds a chicken coop while Amber takes Alex and Emma to their first karate class.
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Trent and Amber Johnston are in the middle of renovating their dream home while raising five children; as the family prepares for Anna and Elizabeth's first formal dance, they receive a shocking call from school.
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Liz and Emma make masks for the family; Jonah gives Trent and Amber devastating news; Trent gets his scan results back.
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Trent seeks answers for his ongoing health issues; Liz re-enters the dating scene with Emma not too far behind; Anna is unsure about leaving.
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It's prom season and Liz and Anna are ready to party, with dresses bought and dates lined up; Amber's turning the big 4-0 and the family devises a surprise trip to Hilton Head, S.C., to celebrate.
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The Johnston kids enjoy a week in San Francisco for their annual little people's conference where Emma reunites with her bff Lucca and Anna finds herself a date, but trouble arises when the family is heckled in public.
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Before the Johnstons attend their annual little people's conference in San Francisco, Trent and Amber decide to start the trip in San Diego drive up in an RV.
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Liz is excited for her junior prom; Trent and Amber test the waters on their own business with a booth at the local festival.
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Family therapy reveals that Emma has been relying on her parents and siblings to speak for her; the Johnstons vow that they will no longer come to Emma's rescue, so it's sink or swim when she has to give a speech in front of a huge crowd.
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The Johnstons camp out in the backyard while renovations are underway; Amber decides to make the family go tech-free by locking everyone's phone away for the weekend.
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Alex and Emma are both excited to attend their school's Valentine's Day dance; Anna has finally earned the privilege to drive alone; after months of tension, Amber's at her wit's end, so she and Trent make an appointment to see a therapist.
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Liz is feeling great after the end of her relationship last year; she's exercising, painting and has even signed up to race in a 5K with Emma and Anna; she also has a new love interest but is concerned about Trent and Amber's feelings.
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The Johnstons hit the Big Apple for vacation, seeing the sights and making a special trip to Coney Island to learn the history of sideshows; the family has strong feelings about the history and are shocked when they are invited to see a performance.

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