12:10 PM EDT 10/23/2014
Originally posted 09/19/2014 08:00AM
Nearly six months after her last round of chemotherapy to treat a rare cancer, The Little Couple star Dr. Jennifer Arnold says she's doing great – and happily busy with work and family.
"I'm back to work full time," Arnold, 40, said at the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute's Angels in Adoption event held in Washington D.C. on Wednesday.
Originally posted 05/02/2014 10:45AM
As the father of two biological children and one adoptive child, the man in this video has received an array of odd questions about his family.
"Is that your real daughter?"
"Where did you get her from?"
"Did you get to pick out the kid that you wanted?"
Originally posted 03/11/2014 03:00PM
A time filled with joy, relief and happiness quickly became a frightening nightmare for a newly formed family of four.
Dr. Jennifer Arnold and Bill Klein of TLC's hit reality show The Little Couple, were overjoyed to meet their new daughter Zoey, 2, in India, and introduce her to son, Will, 3, who welcomed his new sister by sharing his truck, kissing her foot and forehead and showing her a book.
But as Arnold and Klein made final arrangements to get their new family back home, Arnold began to experience bleeding and had to make the wrenching choice to go back for medical care alone.
Originally posted 02/28/2014 11:45AM
Play testcaption testcredit Share on Facebook Tweet Pin on Pinterest Share on Tumblr For Catherine Deasy of Deerfield Beach, Fla., Philomena is all too real.
Originally posted 02/20/2014 05:30PM
What sibling rivalry?
Though it's been a rough journey for Dr. Jennifer Arnold and Bill Klein of TLC's hit reality show The Little Couple after her cancer diagnosis and subsequent treatment, one thing they didn't have to stress about was how their son, Will, 3, would take to his newly adopted sister, Zoey, 2.
"Will is an awesome big brother," Arnold, whose cancer is now in remission, tells PEOPLE. "He's unbelievable. He has this amazing, happy personality, and he's shown her how to play with the iPhone, which she loves."
Originally posted 02/17/2014 09:50AM
The journalist and her husband welcomed a baby girl on Valentine's Day, she announced on Twitter
Originally posted 11/01/2013 02:00PM
Bippity boppity boo! A family dream come true.
Six children without forever families in Clark County, Nev., received a memorable treat on Halloween (Thursday) when they were greeted in court by their very own fairy godmother who delivered sparkling news about their futures.
Judge Cynthia Giuliani, decked out in a sequined white dress, cape and tiara, made wishes come true for the kids, granting formal adoptions in costume befitting the spirit of the holiday, television station KTNV reports.
Originally posted 10/29/2013 05:35PM
When Duck Dynasty's Willie Robertson saw a tabloid proclaiming that he was adopting again, he had to pick up a copy.
"I always like to read what I'm up to," he tells PEOPLE with a laugh. "[The tabloids] always seem to know what's up with my life before I do."
So what's the truth? Does he really want to adopt again? "I will never say never," he says firmly. "Adoption is something very close to my heart. We are not currently in the process of adoption, but I always keep an open mind and heart to it."
Robertson, 41, and his wife, Korie, 40, adopted their son Will, 11, when he was just five weeks old – and have always been open with him about his past. "It's never been a secret," says Robertson. "For one thing, he's biracial, so it was obvious. But here's the thing: when we look at him, we don't see an adopted kid. It doesn't even cross our minds. He's as much ours as our biological children."
Originally posted 10/21/2013 02:15PM
Davion Only's prayers have been answered.
The 15-year-old orphan went to a Sunday church service in St. Petersburg, Fla., last month to request that a family adopt him. Only's story has since gotten national attention – and he's received more than 10,0000 responses, so far.
"Some of them already have [the required] adoptive-home setting," Connie Going, his caseworker, said on Monday's The View.
"I'll take anyone," Only has said. "Anyone who will love me," he reiterated on The View.
But Only will have the opportunity to choose a family that is a good fit for him.
Originally posted 10/17/2013 02:45PM
Davion Only believes that God helps those who help themselves.
So on Sunday, the orphaned 15-year-old went to church in a donated black suit that was too big for him and asked for the one thing that he wants most – a family.
"I'll take anyone," he told the Tampa Bay Times. "Old or young, dad or mom, black, white, purple. I don't care. And I would be really appreciative. The best I could be."
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