Review of The Little Couple

Tuesdays, 9:00 PM ET on TLC

60 minutes

American reality television series on TLC featuring Bill Klein and Jennifer Arnold, who both have dwarfism.
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May 3, 2015 4:56AM EDT
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The Little Couple is a great hit in the UK. Although we are only on season 6. Two seasons.

It is a great show. Kniting together the realities of life for couple Bill and Jen. As one goes through the motions of the 'little couple' not only contending with the effects of dwarfism but their plight and struggle to have a family.

How moving it was to watch the couple go half way across the world to find their two children from two different race/cultures. And then, how we all fell in love with both Will and Zoey. The children also have their own health issues, which they face so bobly. They are so well parented and cared for, it can be moving to watch.

Not forgetting Jens' own struggle with caNcer, at a time when they were transitioning from a one child family to two.

I truely have laughed, smiled, responded to some of the unfair sufferings in life, they as a family and individually, have had to suffer. I have cried and at times even felt cross at what life have dished out to them. However, I cannot deny I have also felt almost envious of the family's blessing. One cannot help but to feel captured by this family and to find them utterly and totally endearing. The Little Couple is a great hit in the UK. Although we are only on season 6. Two seasons.

It is a great show. Knitting together the realities of life for couple Bill and Jen. As one goes through the motions of the 'little couple' not only contending with the effects of dwarfism but their plight and struggle to have a family.

How moving it was to watch the couple go half way across the world to find their two children from two different race/cultures. And then, how we all fell in love with both Will and Zoey. The children also have their own health issues, which they face so bobly. They are so well parented and cared for, it can be moving to watch.

Not forgetting Jens' own struggle with caNcer, at a time when they were transitioning from a one child family to two.

I truely have laughed, smiled, responded to some of the unfair sufferings in life, they as a family and individually, have had to suffer. I have cried and at times even felt cross at what life have dished out to them. However, I cannot deny I have also felt almost envious of the family's blessing. One cannot help but to feel captured by this family and to find them utterly and totally endearing.

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