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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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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.
aired 27 days ago
Bill surprises the family with a fun, activity-packed camping trip; although Jen convinces Bill to rent a camper, she worries about the dangers lurking in the Florida wilderness; with bonus scenes.
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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.
aired 28 days ago
The trip to China continues as the Klein family and all six grandparents visit the Forbidden City and take an immersive lesson in Chinese cooking; the family climbs to the top of the Great Wall and reflect on what life could have been without Will.
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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.
aired 34 days ago
Zoey's Bollywood dance recital is right around the corner, but an unexpected injury may stop her from being able to perform; Bill and Jen celebrate their anniversary, and to make it special, Bill has a few surprises along the way; with bonus scenes.
aired 41 days ago
Jen and Bill take Will and Zoey sailing; Will masters steering the boat, but Zoey's first sailing excursion may well be her last.
aired 48 days ago
Bill and Jen take the kids to Holi Fest, a Hindu celebration of spring; the family tests out Pop-Pop's new boat.
aired 55 days ago
Bill recruits the kids to make handmade gifts for Jen's surprise birthday party while she and her parents visit her childhood home.
aired 60 days ago
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.
aired 61 days ago
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.
aired 61 days ago
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.
aired 62 days ago
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.
aired 62 days ago
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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