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[02/24/10 - 11:06 AM]
Hennon Family Returns to TLC in New Series Our Little Life
The eight-part series premieres Monday, March 1 at 8:00/7:00c.

[via press release from TLC]

HENNON FAMILY RETURNS TO TLC IN NEW SERIES OUR LITTLE LIFE

(Los Angeles, CA) -- Little couple Craig and Becky Hennon continue to share their touching story in new TLC series OUR LITTLE LIFE premiering Monday, March 1 at 8 PM ET/PT. Picking-up where LITTLE PARENTS, FIRST BABY and LITTLE PEOPLE, BIG PREGNANCY left off, the eight part series follows the Hennon family as they tackle a new chapter in their lives raising an average size newborn baby.

After losing their jobs in Virginia, Craig and Becky decide to move to Ohio to start a new life and be closer to Craig�s family. With Becky now working at a new full time job, Craig spends time at home with Charlie as a stay at home dad. Balancing work and home is not easy, and since Charlie is an average size growing baby, keeping up with him is a challenge. Raising a baby is tough for all first time parents, but it is even more difficult for the Hennons, as it won�t be long until Charlie is as big they are. See this little couple experience the joys and overcome the challenges of parenthood and starting over in OUR LITTLE LIFE.

In the premiere episode of OUR LITTLE LIFE, the Hennon family celebrates the holidays by going back to visit Becky�s hometown of Carlisle, Pennsylvania. After moving, Becky cannot visit home as often, so the family is eager to see the new baby and spend time with the couple. During the trip, Becky and Craig reminisce about the past, visiting Becky�s old home and the place where they first met. A heartwarming reunion, the holidays bring together several generations of family, both young and old, and big and little.

OUR LITTLE LIFE is produced by Figure 8 Films for TLC. Senior executive producer for Figure 8 Films is Bill Hayes. Executive producers are Gayle Kirschenbaum, Kirk Streb and Deanie Wilcher.





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