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Big things often come in little packages, nowhere more so than on TLC. The network has spotlighted the lives of little people in numerous series, from "Little People, Big World" and "The Little Couple" to "7 Little Johnstons," and fans have flocked to watch every one. Now viewers are treated to a deep dive into the world of five little people in their 20s and early 30s who are living life to the fullest. As each works to overcome personal challenges, pursuing dreams and finding love are top of mind. But being independent means stepping out of comfort zones and facing situations that can be daunting for any young adult.

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aired 95 days ago
Lee goes into a tailspin when he learns the truth about Bailey; Timberlee's family finds out about her plans to move; Vince opens his heart to a lady; Diane's parents arrive from Hawaii and are greeted with shocking news.
aired 95 days ago
Timberlee, Diane, Michelle, Vince and Lee's worlds collide as everyone attends the Little People of America Convention; everyone learns something new about themselves by the time they leave.
aired 99 days ago
Diane sees a fertility specialist to find out whether or not she can have a child; Timberlee heads to her hometown to check out her options; Lee tries life without Bailey; Michelle opens her first art exhibit.
aired 99 days ago
Bailey confronts Lee about his behavior; despite parental objections, Timberlee makes plans to go back to her hometown; Diane goes on a blind double-date.
aired 100 days ago
Lee and Bailey define their relationship; Vince gets a push from his parents to let his guard down when it comes to dating; Michelle takes it off for art class; Diane's biological clock is ticking even louder.
aired 100 days ago
"My Little Life" goes into the world of five young little people across the country; Timberlee, Diane and Lee all try to balance family, friends, jobs and everyday life while looking for love.

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