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Picking up where the special "Little People: Just Married" left off, this series follows Bill Klein, a successful businessman, and Dr. Jen Arnold, a neonatologist, as they embark on their life together. Both under 4 feet tall, Bill and Jen face not only the struggles of two little people in a world built for folks of average size, but they also move to a new city, buy a home and start a family, which eventually involves the couple adopting a boy from China and a girl from India.

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It's Christmas time and Bill goes all out with the decorations, much to Jen's dismay; Bill holds a pet adoption where Will and Zoey decide on a new puppy; family visits, toy drive shopping and letters to Santa keep everyone busy.
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The Klein-Arnold family are excited to celebrate Christmas time now that Will and Zoey have a better understanding of what Christmas is.
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It is Bill and Jen's first holiday as parents and they are eager to make new memories; Jen's dad dresses up as Santa Claus for the kids.
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Zoey's dream comes true as she and her best friend have a special mermaid encounter; Bill and Jen throw a big summer party for all of their friends but have to scramble when an unexpected Florida rainstorm threatens to ruin their big event.
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An unexpected injury may halt Zoey from performing in her Bollywood dance recital; Bill and Jen celebrate their 11-year anniversary.
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Jen and Bill take Will and Zoey sailing; Will throws his friends a sleep-under and things get a little crazy.
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Bill and Jen take the kids to Holi Fest, a Hindu celebration of spring; the family tests out Pop-Pop's new boat.
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Bill recruits the kids to make handmade gifts for Jen's surprise birthday party while she and her parents visit her childhood home.
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The Klein family celebrates Will's birthday at the Grand Prix races where his pirate ship sets off.
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Bill and Will prepare for a Derby contest which is great father/son bonding but the pressure is on to win; Jen and Zoey take a spa day.
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After returning from New York City, Bill juggles taking care of the kids and helping Jen as she recovers from her surgery.
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The family tries to make the best of the Christmas season as they travel to New York City for Jen's hip replacement surgery.
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Bill surprises the family with a fun, activity-packed camping trip; Jen worries about the dangers lurking in the Florida wilderness.
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Bill and Jen have some big life-changing news to share and they're afraid their kids might not approve; the family visits the zoo with their friends for the last time; the family heads to Florida to finalize plans for the move.
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The Kleins are back in Florida to go on a second house-hunting trip; Bill and the kids go to an alligator attraction with Nai-Nai; the family goes on a boat cruise to celebrate Bill and Jen's anniversary.
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Bill travels to Orlando to showcase his Pop-Up pee pad at a pet industry trade show; Jen teaches her last simulation class at Texas Children's Hospital; grandmother Judy helps Jen take care of Will and Zoey while Bill is away.
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After accepting a job in St. Petersburg, Jen, Bill and the kids travel to Florida to find a perfect new home, but with specific needs and two curious kids, house hunting isn't easy; the family grabs a sweet treat to celebrate Jen's birthday.
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Will and Zoey experience snow for the first time in Vermont; Jen and Zoey carefully navigate the snow, but the boys throw caution to the wind; Will celebrates his birthday; Jen and Bill contemplate a decision that will change everything.
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When one of Jen's best friends from school comes to visit for the weekend, its constant and crazy fun as Will and Zoey bond with her children; the family heads out in their toy cars for a memorable Halloween night of trick-or-treating.
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Bill wants a homemade dinner for his birthday and the team works to prepare the meal; when reading a story, Will shares some startling news that propels the family to talk about what it means to be little.
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The family has some last minute fun in Washington before heading to Delaware for Will and Zoey's yearly check-up with specialists; the entire family relives a tradition that brings both fond memories and tears.

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