THE Little Couple’s Dr. Jen Arnold wished her husband Bill Klein a happy birthday and shared adorable pics of her kids Will, 12, and Zoey, 9.
Dr. Jen, 47, celebrated Bill’s 47th birthday on Instagram.
In the first snapshot, the Little Couple stars appeared to be in great spirits as they smiled together while sitting in red seats.
In the next snap, the reality star couple busted out a spin on the dance floor.
In the other snap, Bill was holding onto his two kids while they were splashing around in the swimming pool.
The kids enjoyed being in their father’s arms in another snap.
Dr. Jen wrote: “Words cannot express how much we all love you!
“Thank you for sharing life with me!”
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The TLC star previously shared a wholesome throwback shot from 2016 of her two kids in their costumes.
Will wore an orange shirt with the face of a smiling pumpkin on the front.
His sleeves also had many faces of laughing pumpkins.
Zoey wore a white shirt that read: “Trick or Treat,” and had on a pink headband.
She wrote: “OMG, I miss these Halloween moments.”
During the first week of October, Dr. Jen gave an update on social media about her husband’s elbow surgery.
The TV star posed near the window of his hospital room and smiled for the camera while showing off his arm wrapped in a cast and swaddled in a splint.
She captioned her post: “Just like that, Bill is discharged and doing great!
“He had a large piece of his humerus floating around in his joint. All gone now and resting. Home tomorrow.”
‘BLOODY AND BROKEN’
Back in August, Bill shared his X-rays after he had a nasty fall, which led to a broken bone.
The TV personality revealed that he could not get the “elective” surgery he needs to fix the crack due to COVID protocols.
He explained: “Fun fact, I broke my right elbow when I was 7 after speeding down a hill on my bike, got so winded I blacked out and awoke bloody and broken.
“This time around, nothing nearly as exciting… during an attempt to elude a small swarm of wasps, my head forgot that my legs have never “run” (to or away from anything, before, ever), even when chased… and that’s how you plant an elbow on pavers!
“That was four weeks ago. Since it wasn’t getting better, I went back for another X-ray.”
Bill urged his followers to get vaccinated: “This image probably has a few things wrong in it courtesy of my dysplasia…but can you find the most recent traumatic damage?
“Have a super weekend everyone! And get vaccinated. So I can get my ‘elective’ surgery.”