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Amber and Trent Johnston are living the American dream. They have been happily married for 14 years and have five children ranging from 6 to 13 years old. On paper, they might seem like your average family...yet in person, they attract a lot of attention.... because all seven members of the Johnston family – Amber, Trent, their two biological children, Jonah and Elizabeth, as well as their three adopted children, Anna, Emma and Alex – happen to have Achondroplasia Dwarfism. Together, these spunky seven make up the largest known family of Achondroplastic dwarfs in the world, and even describe themselves as "the real life seven dwarfs".
The Johnston family throws a big bash to celebrate Jonah and Liz's birthdays, and Liz's friend James comes; the party acts as Liz's last hurrah before she gets leg surgery.
Liz begins the tough road to recovery from her leg surgery; Amber tries to improve her real estate game with some help from Anna and Alex.
After yoga fails to inspire the family to get active, Amber & Trent get bikes for everyone but Emma and Alex struggle without training wheels. Meanwhile, Trent and Amber surprise the family with matching tattoos but Jonah's not feeling them!
Amber signs the family up for a charity bike ride. Liz takes her first steps out of her wheelchair, but pushes herself to the limit trying to ride her new bike too soon. Alex and Emma head to the dreaded orthodontist for braces!
Trent teaches Anna how to drive in preparation for her license test, but her behavior leaves Trent and Amber unsure of whether to trust her with the responsibility of driving. Then Trent and Amber shock the kids with a big announcement!
As their home is shown at an open house, the family heads to an amusement park where they're harassed and called the "M" word. Upon return, they discover that their dream home has fallen through, leaving them unsure of where they will end up living.
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