There are so many opportunities for one to stand out, especially in a world where everyone is different. We no longer have to follow a set of standards or rules on who we should and shouldn’t be. Therefore, norms cannot always be totally accepted. Little People, Big World is the one show that has swept the world for promoting the idea of upholding these values.
Since 2006, TLC’s Little People, Big World has been a hit series. The reality show follows the Roloff family on their farm in Portland, Oregon, where each member in the family has inherited a different dwarf gene mutation. With the ups and downs of the family’s life, the show captivated viewers’ hearts around the country—but the family also endured numerous tragedies along the way.
Regardless of how many times it appears that this show may be canceled, it continues to keep coming back. The Roloff family is featured in this TLC series, which features a mother and father, Amy and Matthew Roloff, who are both dwarfs. They have three children: Zach and Jeremy, twin boys, and Molly, a girl. Zach is also dwarfed, but neither Jeremy nor Molly are.
Little People, Big World wanted to prove that no matter their size, the family could overcome any obstacle that came in their way. As a result, the Roloffs are a mixed-size family, with some small children and others of average height. As you can expect, this leads to a slew of complex situations of various sorts.
Working on a Farm
This series has become a family favorite due to a number of circumstances, including the fact that many other celebrities diagnosed with dwarfism have also helped bring the issue into the spotlight. The Roloff family owns and maintains a farm, and anyone who has worked on one knows that farming, tilling, and caring for a piece of land takes a lot of effort and physical labor.
While dwarfism isn’t often associated with the issues faced by the family in this reality show, Zach and his father, Matthew, have had to have several surgeries due to their genetic illnesses, complicating their ability even more to manage their land. On the other hand, the Roloffs are doers who find ways to make things work, even when they’re not simple challenges.
It Was the First of Its Kind
Over the years, there have been many renowned small individuals. They’ve been in the spotlight continuously and have taken over social media in their own unique ways. TLC approached the Roloff family with an opportunity to film a reality show about their family, and Amy, the mother, leaped at the possibility.
Amy probably never saw the series becoming a hit as it has. Still, she saw this as a wonderful opportunity to reach out to people and address an important subject that impacts her and her family personally. They accepted to do the show after a discussion with the rest of the family members.
Maintaining the Spotlight
Creativity and humor aided the Roloffs in maintaining their spotlight, and it’s credited as a contributing factor to their success. For over a decade, the show has aired to high ratings, gaining praise for its positive, realistic, representation of dwarfs and the everyday obstacles they encounter, as well as the cast’s compelling relationships and family life.
Fans adore coming into each episode to see what everyone is up to, and after a few seasons it’s easy to see why there’s so much excitement. Despite these great features, some critics say that the show’s romantic relationships aren’t depicted accurately, and that there is still room for improvement in portraying short-statured individuals and their lifestyles.
Regrettably, not all of the cast members of the show were able to stay for the show’s duration. When the show initially aired, Jacob, the Roloffs’ youngest kid, was featured. Jacob, however, had a strange and painful mishap during the first year of filming. During pumpkin season, the family has a trebuchet catapult, which they use to launch pumpkins from the family’s pumpkin patch as a promotional visual.
When the trebuchet was prematurely triggered three days before Halloween in 2006, Jacob and his friend Mike were gravely injured, and Jacob had to be hospitalized with serious injuries. Unfortunately, this wasn’t the only issue Jacob had to deal with while filming. Jacob left the family home after he turned 18, and he no longer appears on the show owing to a contract issue.
Her Emergence in the Series
Since the premiere of the reality series Little People, Big World, fans have rapidly become devoted to the Roloff family. A new face appeared on the Roloffs’ farm in 2010. Victoria Elizabeth “Tori” Patton agreed to work part-time for the family, not realizing that she was making a life-changing decision.
Zach, one of the Roloff’s children, took a shine to her right away. It took him a long time—four months, to be exact—to summon the nerve to ask the lovely new farmhand out. Tori accepted his offer, and the two have been like two peas in a pod or two pumpkins in a patch ever since.
One Happy (yet Small) Family
Throughout 12 seasons, Zach has grown up from a 16-year-old boy to a man with his own family. Zach’s pleasant temperament and quick wit made him an instant fan favorite, and viewers watched as he became increasingly interested in the new farm helper. Zach’s father, Matt, advised him to start dating, but Zach never seemed to be interested in anyone until Tori.
Tori’s day job is modest, but her relationship with Zach and their appearance on the TV show Little People, Big World has elevated her to a new level of national recognition, renown, and celebrity status. As you can expect, popularity has brought additional concerns and obstacles, which she later revealed in a brave and enlightening confession.
A New Side Project to Work On
Weddings weren’t a big topic at first in the hearts of Zach’s parents, Amy and Matt, who were also initially dubious of Zach’s relationship, with Amy claiming that Tori would break Zach’s heart. However, due to the show’s popularity, TLC’s producers decided to give Matthew and Amy a spinoff series in 2012.
In Little People, Big World: Wedding Farm, the two parents started their own wedding planning company, and a camera team followed them around, filming their progress. In addition, their family and personal lives were chronicled as well. Even though the spinoff only lasted one season, the original series has been running strong since its beginning and shows no signs of slowing down even now.
The Show’s Cleaning Light
After dating for three years, Zach proposed to Tori on April 30, 2014, the day of their third anniversary. Thankfully, Zach’s brothers, Jeremy and Jacob, were there to photograph the sweet event, which took place in a beautiful open field. “She said yes!” Zach said on Facebook shortly after the couple announced their engagement. It’s been a fantastic 24 hours, and I’m really looking forward to the future.”
Tori claims that the show’s visibility functioned as a cleaning light, forcing her to dismiss what others might think of her and her relationship—and the resulting discrimination. Zach attributes his “cleaning light” experience to the show, claiming that it helped him finally open up and share his life with another person.
Weddings a la Mode
Zach and Tori Roloff, like so many others, had a beautiful wedding on their family’s farm after a year-long engagement. In July 2015, Tori and Zach were married on the Roloff farm in front of Little People, Big World’s camera team and 100 of their closest friends and relatives.
The wedding was broadcast as a two-hour special on TLC a month later, and fans of the show were not disappointed. Their wedding was shown shortly after Zach’s twin brother, Jeremy, married Audrey’s girlfriend in his own televised special. Tori and Zach were positively glowing at the ceremony, which was emotional. They appeared to be the happiest couple on the planet.
The Unfortunate End
Despite their two eldest children’s happy marriages—that of Zach and Jeremy—not all was well in the Roloff household when it came to love. Because, in 2016, parents Matt and Amy announced their divorce after 30 years of marriage, much to the surprise of relatives, friends, and spectators. Still, there is a silver lining to every cloud, and the two parents had promised to remain nice and amiable for the sake of their children and their shared business.
And it’s a commitment they’ve kept since their breakup. On the other hand, Amy opted to abandon her life on the farm soon after marrying her new boyfriend. Even though they had been separated for a long time, the former husband and wife found it difficult to separate their memories from other things.
A Newborn Is on the Way
With very happy news, in November 2016, Zach and Tori announced they were expecting their first child after a year of married bliss. Despite the bad news surrounding his parents, Zach and Tori kept their heads high and were delighted to announce Tori’s pregnancy. While the couple had never discussed whether they wanted to create a family soon or not, they already had a strong concept of how they wanted to raise their children.
While Tori’s fear that her kid would be born “different” was highlighted in the episode, Zach insisted that even if that was the case, the baby would look like him and thus be a welcome representation of the baby’s father. Tori appeared to have calmed down tremendously due to this attitude, and she appeared to be eager and excited about her pregnancy.
Seven Is Their Lucky Number
While Tori was pregnant, Zach and Tori celebrated their seventh dating anniversary. They both took to their high-profile social media accounts and shared a slew of cute images, demonstrating to the world—and to each other—just how much they adore and appreciate each other after all these years.
It’s hard to see their photos and not root for the couple. They are amazing together and seem to have an inspiring relationship. Tori and Zach immediately set out on their next great adventure: figuring out how to welcome their baby. “I’ll be a hands-on, fun dad who is also a disciplinarian. Tori will be a caring mother, hen,” according to Zach.
A Genetic Inheritance
The thoughts about the new child were fulfilling, but there was also the quiet thought that their child had a fifty-fifty chance of inheriting achondroplasia, the most prevalent form of dwarfism and the sort of dwarfism that Zach possesses. While Zach was born with achondroplasia, there was a good probability that his children would not be affected in the same way.
However, when he and his wife learned that their child would be born with dwarfism, they were able to cope thanks to their supportive family and friends and their own positive experience with the condition. The young couple promised to love their new kid just as much as they loved their first, and they couldn’t have been happier when their child was born.
A Dedicated Professional
Tori was used to working with kids, thanks to her previous job as a kindergarten teacher. She enjoyed her profession and was disappointed to say goodbye to her pupils for maternity leave. Still, she promised to return and introduce her infant to her class as soon as she was able.
“It’s been a bittersweet day!!! It was my last day with my kinders, and to say I’ll miss them is an understatement,” she wrote in an April 2017 photo with her kids. Tori and her baby, on the other hand, had a long and, some would say, difficult path ahead of them before they could return. Not every aspect of the pregnancy would go according to plan.
A New Member on Board
On May 12, 2017, Jackson, the newest member of the Roloff family, was revealed to the world. Even though Jackson inherited his father’s dwarfism, his parents were thrilled to have him join their family. When it came to naming their child, the couple struggled, but they eventually settled on Jackson, with Tori noting: “We simply liked the name. We couldn’t come up with a male name together, and Jackson was the only one we both liked.”
Even when it seemed like the odds were stacked against them, Zach insisted on gently raising his son and providing him with all the instruction he’d need to be self-sufficient and self-respecting. While Jackson was fortunate to be born into his family, in many ways, dwarfism is a huge complication in the family, though they have mastered dealing with it and not letting it get in the way of their dreams.
They’ve Had Another Love in Their Lives
Despite his hereditary ailment, the young new parents couldn’t stop swooning over their gorgeous son, Jackson. Now that the couple are parents, Zach expressed his hope that having faced his problems as a dwarf, as a child, will help him be a better dad to Jackson. “When I go back to my youth and being a boy on the farm, I remember it being a little difficult since boys are alpha dogs who follow the pack.”
Tori frequently updated faithful fans on their newborn via social media, and the new family seemed to be immensely happy and grateful together. Fans flocked to Jackson and showered him with affection in the form of comments, letters, and social media posts. If the young parents were concerned about their child’s acceptance, social media made it appear that they have nothing to be concerned about.
Obstacles on the Path to New Motherhood
Tori updated her fans on her two children’s lives daily, covering the highs and lows. She wasn’t fully happy during this new chapter of her life called ”motherhood,“ despite appearances to the contrary. She acknowledged to her followers that breastfeeding was difficult for her.
Tori’s honesty about the difficulties and ordeals she was going through hit home with new mothers all over the world and helped foster dialogue and interest in the subject, much like Little People, Big World did in raising awareness of dwarfism and dispelling some of the stigmas and rumors that surround it.
Displaying All of Her Cards
Tori continued to speak out about her nursing difficulties and the stigma that many women are unfairly forced to face daily: “Breastfeeding has been the most difficult aspect of being a mother.” Tori Roloff captioned a black and white photo of herself breastfeeding her baby while wearing a striped shirt in July 2017: “It was something I didn’t expect.”
Suddenly, Tori became a prominent player in the nursing debate, and what she had to say began to affect the way people thought and talked about breastfeeding. And, while the topic is significant, public knowledge of it is still low, so having a celebrity like Tori speak out about it was crucial.
Debate and Stigma
She isn’t sugar-coating motherhood in any way! Since giving birth to her infant son Jackson, Tori Roloff has been relishing her new position as a parent, but she’s quickly finding out that there is no right or wrong way to feed your kid. Breastfeeding is a contentious topic for a variety of reasons. Some groups want to outlaw breastfeeding in public areas, while others condemn moms who choose to stop or are unable to breastfeed.
In many circles, the act of nursing babies with mother’s milk is a contentious and emotionally charged matter. Because nurturing your child is such a private experience, being told you couldn’t do it in public, or that your choice not to do it, with your own body, is wrong, may be quite painful.
When Feeding Turns into a Frenzy
Breastfeeding is a beautiful thing; the capacity to nourish and nurture your kid using your own body’s products is nothing short of miraculous, and the cozy bonding period provides both the mother and the baby with all the emotional feeling. Even though public breastfeeding is allowed in every state except Idaho, moms suffer various forms of harassment and ridicule for doing so.
There are various injustices that these women face, from random strangers pestering breastfeeding mothers and demanding that they leave areas where they are legally allowed to be to institutions that illegally force breastfeeding mothers from their premises. Tori decided to utilize her public position to bring attention to this particular injustice that mothers are forced to face.
It’s Only Right
Tori admitted that popular opinion and pressure made her feel self-conscious about breastfeeding in public, despite understanding that this feeling is incompatible with any mother’s natural desire to care for and nurture her child. Every child deserves that unique time with their mother, and discrimination simply jeopardizes that.
Discrimination against breastfeeding can take many forms, including being fired, forced to resign, or exposure to other economic hardships. Tori took the challenge rather than stepping down or refusing to speak out. She courageously decided to speak up on behalf of so many mothers whose voices had not been appropriately heard and appreciated on this issue.
Getting a Glimpse of What’s Going On
Tori Roloff is always honest when it comes to motherhood, and the Little People, Big World star shows that it isn’t always easy. Tori kept her fans up to date on Jackson’s progress and her breastfeeding success. Tori’s fans were relieved to learn that nursing was becoming easier for her as time went by.
In addition to Tori’s breastfeeding progress, Jackson was rapidly maturing and transitioning from a newborn infant to a young toddler. Tori’s fans and followers enjoyed adoring him and watching him develop, and Tori’s dedicated social media efforts and love made it easy for everyone to keep up with him.
Many People’s Voices
While Tori’s Instagram is full of wonderful, inspiring photos of her life with Zach and Jackson, her most recent update is sure to resonate with many new mothers, especially if they too have struggled with nursing. Tori’s candid, fearless, and opinionated Instagram updates about nursing drew a lot of likes and comments, inspiring other women to stand up for their rights and do what was best for mother and child on a case-by-case basis.
Rather than simply stating that breastfeeding was the best option, Tori chose to stand alongside mothers as mothers, emphasizing that what was most important was to protect their right to choose, that whether a mother wanted to breastfeed in public or not at all, the most important thing was to protect her choice.
In the Crowd, a Professional Voice
Many others were able to offer their knowledge, experience, and wisdom on such matters, due to Tori’s candid sharing of her struggles with nursing and parenting a kid. Some of them were able to express interesting opinions and points of view. The debates were tense, and the participants expressed a variety of viewpoints.
One of Tori’s supporters, for example, was a nurse who worked in women’s health services. She stated that medical society has heavily pushed moms to breastfeed over the last ten years, but she had intended, in her work, to focus on postpartum depression difficulties for struggling new mothers.
Another Frightened Mother-To-Be
Tori Roloff went on to say that she despises the stigma associated with breastfeeding. It irritates her because she receives various comments and feels different emotions when she is breastfeeding her child. Tori’s boldness and honesty not only aided innumerable strangers in voicing and discussing concerns that were weighing them down, but it also aided people closer to home.
Audrey, Tori’s sister-in-law and wife of Zach’s brother, Jeremy, came to Instagram to share her anxieties about having a daughter while running a business. She used the social media platform to seek advice from strangers who might have some firsthand knowledge of what it’s like to be a pregnant working mother—and she felt safe doing so because of Tori.
A Request for Assistance
Audrey and Jeremy Roloff have been busy raising their family after leaving Little People, Big World. The former TLC stars married in Oregon in September 2014 and announced in February 2017 that they were expecting their first child. In an Instagram post, Audrey sought advice from fellow “mompreneurs” on reconciling parenthood and work.
In addition to owning her own fashion brand, Audrey co-owns Beating 50 Percent, a marriage counseling website, with her husband, Jeremy. The site emphasizes “traditional” (some might argue conservative) family values in the hopes of assisting predominantly Christian couples in maintaining their marital and family relationships by emphasizing faith and religion.
Audrey received numerous responses, many of which indicated that Audrey’s pre-motherhood nerves were typical and that she just needed to go with the flow to figure out what would work best for her and her family. She was also admonished to make the most of her early parenthood, because babies grow up faster than their parents ever imagined.
Audrey would have had a wonderful maternity experience anyway. While it may not be everyone’s cup of tea, it’s undeniable that Audrey and Jeremy put a lot of effort into their company, and it’s paid off. Audrey owed her honesty and openness to Tori and their experiences on the show, for which she was grateful.
Proud to Be Seen in Public
Tori and Audrey are just two of many public female celebrities who have brought the less-than-pleasing aspects of motherhood to light. Many celebrities have spoken up about their nursing experiences in recent years. Mila Kunis revealed in 2016 that she was never ashamed of nursing in public, despite being chastised for it.
To destigmatize the practice and empower other mothers, Gisele Bundchen and Chrissy Teigen are among a slew of celebrities who have taken to social media to share photographs of themselves breastfeeding their children. It’s a lovely example of celebrities leveraging their celebrity and ability to command public attention to better people’s lives.
The Story Continues
For more than a decade, Tori Roloff has played Zach’s significant other on TLC’s Little People, Big World. She has transitioned to a Roloff during that time and continues to post updates on her small family on screen and social media. Despite her breastfeeding difficulties, she is overjoyed to have Jackson and Zach in her life.
The longstanding reality TV duo just celebrated their seventh wedding anniversary today. The rest of the family is still on the popular Little People, Big World show, and their adventures, relationships, and way of life continue to fascinate and inspire millions of fans across the world. While certain members of the Roloff family are dwarfs, the label is deceptive; these people may be short-statured, but they are far from insignificant.
Another Is on Its Way
Tori took to Instagram on May 13, 2019, to make a very important announcement: “Zachary and I are overjoyed to share the news that Jackson will be a big brother! This November, we are expecting a beautiful baby girl! Thank you so much for always loving and supporting our family! ”
What wonderful news! While fans were understandably overjoyed to learn Tori was expecting, they surprised her by lavishing her with far more than she imagined. And since she announced her second pregnancy, her fans have witnessed her emotions as she goes through the process.
Tori tweeted another photo on July 16, 2019, not so long after the initial announcement, this time with updates about her pregnancy, how she was doing in general, and her gummy bear cravings. She did, however, also take time to speak to the audience. It was a hearty session, one her fans loved.
“I also wanted to thank everyone who sent comments and messages about my self-image post,” she added. “You’re all so sweet. I wasn’t looking for validation, but y’all provided it in spades. That is what gives me the courage to share this. I’m trying to love my body as much as possible because I’m so pleased to have given birth to this little girl.”
A Tragedy Occurs
Despite multiple breaks and starts, the Little People, Big World series is still running strong after 22 seasons. The Roloffs are strong individuals who have endured a great deal of tragedy while remaining optimistic. But one such loss occurred before they ever appeared on film, and it was impossible to forget.
Because it appears that Matt Roloff’s younger brother, Josh, died when he was quite young, in his 2007 book, Little People, Big Values, Matt stated, “Two years after me came Joshua, and again, Mom and Dad endured additional delivery anguish, because Josh was born with a terrible heart and lung abnormality, which would ultimately claim his life.”
Despite This, There Is Good News
Despite the tragic news, the birth of grandkids for the Roloff parents, Amy and Matt, is something to celebrate. And that wasn’t the only good news the Roloff family received around this time. Amy Roloff claimed that she had found love again with her lover Chris Marek, following her tragic breakup from Matthew.
Amy Roloff remarried six years after her divorce from Matt. Amy Roloff and Chris Marek, stars of Little People, Big World, were married on a Saturday at Roloff Farms in Hillsboro, Oregon. She announced that the two of them were engaged back in 2019, then married in August 2021 on the Roloff family property!
Despite this happy development, Amy Roloff’s life was also sad in 2021. Because she confessed that, in addition to marrying a new man, she also lost a loved one in the same year—her beloved dog Felix. Mixed feelings marred Amy Roloff’s wedding festivity in the days leading up to the ceremony, as the Little People, Big World star had just buried her beloved rescue dog two days prior.
She wrote on Instagram that her “little fella Felix” grew tragically unwell and passed away on the Thursday before their wedding in August. Let us hope that her bright future provides her some comfort in the wake of her loss. “This is a difficult post for me to write. I don’t know what to say,” she was willing to share. “I’m still really heartbroken… after a month and a half,” the TLC star admitted.
Another Unique Family
TLC’s reality television show Little People, Big World isn’t the only one that portrays a dwarf family. TLC opted to air a show named “The Little Couple” after Little People, Big World. Dr. Jennifer Arnold and her husband, Bill Klein, suffer skeletal dysplasia, and the show relates their tale.
Since the show’s start in 2009, fans have adored Bill Klein and his wife, Dr. Jennifer Arnold, on TLC’s The Little Couple. Jennifer and Bill were followed before, during, and after their wedding in a one-hour special titled “Little People: Just Married.” And the audience is clamoring for more episodes!
Dr. Jennifer Arnold
Dr. Jennifer Arnold is a neonatologist, which means she specializes in newborns, particularly those who are sick or delivered prematurely. Her undergraduate studies in biology and psychology were completed at the University of Miami in Florida. She subsequently went to Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD, where she earned her medical degree in 2000.
Dr. Arnold did her pediatric residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center before opening her practice in Houston, Texas. She stands 96.5 cm (3’2″) tall. She is board certified in both pediatric and neonatal medicine. She is the Medical Director of a cutting-edge simulation facility at Texas Children’s Hospital and a practicing neonatologist at the country’s biggest NICU.
Jennifer Arnold is Bill Klein’s wife. Bill is a businessman and the proprietor of a pet store. He worked as a medical supply and telemarketing businessman in New York. When they moved to Houston, he remained in that sector while also opening a pet supply company in the city. He stands at a height of 122 cm (4 ft).
Bill has also worked with Medic ACS and Invacare Corporation as a sales director. Dr. Jen Arnold, his wife, is the medical director of the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Simulation Center in St. Petersburg, Florida. They met for the first time on the internet. They grew to be close friends and finally married each other. In 2008, they exchanged wedding vows.
The Couple’s Union
Jen and Bill’s lives have changed dramatically over the years, as they moved from Texas to Florida and became parents to two lovely children, Zoey and Will. On the other hand, Bill and Jen’s rock-solid marriage has remained steadfast throughout it all. In 2008, Bill and Jennifer tied the knot. Starting with their transfer from New York City to Houston, Texas, the show follows their lives as newlyweds.
When Jennifer finished her residency, she chose to move to Houston and work there—but moving isn’t as simple as you might think. Finding a decent apartment and finding work are difficult enough, but on top of that, the show follows them as they try to have children.
For a long time, Dr. Jen Arnold and Bill Klein of “The Little Couple” wanted to expand their family and have children. Due to Bill and Jennifer’s dwarfism, being pregnant entailed some hazards that taller people do not have to face. Following a series of medical tests, the couple concluded that being pregnant was too dangerous.
Instead, the couple decided to pursue the route of international adoption. They decided to have a boy and a girl with dwarfism as they have a lower chance of getting adopted due to most people’s stigma and lack of awareness. Their son, Will, was adopted from China, and their daughter, Zoey, was from India.
The Couple’s Childbirth Journey
Despite the adoption and their deep affection for their children, Jen and Bill were not ready to abandon their dream of having biological children. Due to Jen’s health difficulties, they underwent thorough testing and sought professional advice before deciding on surrogacy. Particularly for Dr. Jen Arnold, she wanted to have a baby in her arms.
After the whole adoption process, the couple considered surrogacy to achieve their goals, and they worked with a woman named Cindy to make their wishes come true. Unfortunately, she miscarried after her first pregnancy. Even though it was challenging, Jen was adamant about having a child and continued trying.
In Support of Adoption
Surrogacy is costly, dangerous, and not always successful, even with perfectly healthy parents. Unfortunately, the operation did not work. Fortunately, the duo could have children thanks to international adoption, and Jen wouldn’t trade it for the world. Dr. Jen Arnold and Bill Klein adopted their two children in 2013, and the experience had a significant impact on their lives.
Zoey Klein was adopted from India, while Will Klein was adopted from China. As a result, Jen and Bill have become strong champions for adoption, due to their personal decision to adopt and their national TV program platform. They are in high demand as motivational and inspiring speakers, and they are frequently invited to speak at events and occasions.
It Pours When It Rains
Jen became pregnant by chance in 2013, after all of the planning, surrogacy efforts, and two adoptions. However, the happy news quickly turned sour as the pregnancy was discovered to be non-viable and, so, it was a lost pregnancy opportunity. Jen was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer after the loss of her pregnancy, but the bad news didn’t stop there.
Arnold suffered bleeding while she and her husband, Bill Klein, were in India to adopt their daughter Zoey, and they had to return to Texas for treatment before the adoption could be completed. She was eventually diagnosed with choriocarcinoma, a rare malignancy that started after a miscarriage. She battled cancer with severe chemotherapy and a hysterectomy, and she triumphed!
Moving on with Life
Jen and Bill have persevered through adversity after adversity. Not only did they not let their dwarfism stop them from reaching their goals in life, but they were also able to overcome health concerns and build their own family, as well as give a better home to two beautiful children in need of adoption.
This duo is admirable and inspirational—and certainly deserving of their television show. Today, Jen and Bill are stronger than ever. “It’s unbelievable how fast they grow up!” one of the parents, as keynote speaker at an event, said to a fan after sharing a new photo of their children, Will and Zoey, on August 3, 2021. While the Kleins have left an indelible mark on audiences, their show has yet to be renewed for a 15th season, with the most recent season having run in 2019.