The Little Couple star Jen Arnold recently announced that she and her family made the bold move to Boston. The neonatologist confirmed the big news just in time for Valentine’s Day.
The Little Couple: Jen Arnold’s New Job
It looks like Jen Arnold and Bill Klein, along with their kids, Will and Zoey, are adjusting quite well to their new life in Boston. The Little Couple stars relocated once again after Dr. Jen accepted a new job in the medical field.
Jen accepted a position as the Boston Children’s Hospital’s Simulator Program program director. The TLC star makes a great addition to the team, especially with her impressive 14-year experience in healthcare simulation.
Jen Arnold contributed to building two pediatric simulation programs at her previous jobs, including at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. The Little Couple star is now looking forward to sharing her skills and helping patients who are in need.
Klein Family Enjoys New Life in Boston
It seems things are going smoothly for Dr. Jen Arnold and her family in Boston. The Little Couple stars appear to enjoy the chilly temperature, which is a far cry from what they’re used to in Florida.
The Klein family exchanged warm and sunny days to cold and snowy weather in Boston. Jen took to Instagram and shared a video of her son, Will Klein, all bundled up and enjoying the snow.
Will had a blast making a snow angel on the snow. Jen revealed that it was her son’s first time to make the famous figure. It’ll be interesting to see The Little Couple stars as they get settled in their new home.
The Little Couple: Bill Klein Is Jen’s Biggest Supporter
Meanwhile, Bill Klein never fails to show his support for his wife, Jen Arnold. The Little Couple star made it clear that he is his spouse’s biggest fan.
Bill expressed his support for Jen amid the major changes career-wise. In an Instagram post, Bill has nothing but praises for Jen and her accomplishment in the medical field.
The Little Couple celeb also gave Jen Arnold a pep talk, assuring her that he would be beside her every step of the way. “You’re a good doctor. You’re a good simulation leader and educator. You have an opportunity,” Bill Klein told his wife. “But let me tell you something. I’m fascinated. I’m in. You may be terrified, but it’s your move chief.”