The Little Couple fans heard from Dr. Jen Arnold quite often as the coronavirus ravaged the USA. Often, she reminded fans about wearing masks and social distancing. With much of the country returning to some normality, she took to Instagram and reminded people the virus still exists. But, people can still enjoy themselves without leaving the house and she recommended a fun activity.
The Little Couple – Dr. Jen Arnold shares pictures of the kids as reminders of the coronavirus
Since the virus hit the USA, Dr. Jen often shared photos of the kids. For example, at the beginning of May, she shared a cute photo of Zoey. In her caption, she reminded people about masks and social distancing. She wrote, “From my princess, ‘Good night all.'” Then, she used the hashtags, “#BeWell, #weareinthistogether, #wearamask,” and “#socialdistancing.” In other photos of Will and Zoey, Jen often uses the hashtags #staywell and #staysafe.
On June 25, The Little Couple mom shared another photo of Zoey and Will. Outside at the campfire, they toasted marshmallows. Jen reminded people the virus still hangs around. Her caption said, “During a pandemic…staying at home is the safest.” Talking about the pandemic, she said it gives people an ideal opportunity to “roast marshmallows on a Thursday…ok, good excuse any day!” This time, she included #staywell #stayhealthy #pandemic and #covid19 in her hashtags.
US COVID-19 cases increase
Dr, Jen’s post came on the same day The Washington Post reported that coronavirus cases soared “to [the] highest single-day total.” With summer arriving, many people leave their homes in search of the big outdoors or some family fun. But, Jen reminds folks the virus still hangs around. It looks like she encourages stay-at-home fun activities. Fans liked the idea of roasting some marshmallows and some people said they planned for it right away.
With the show not currently airing on TLC, many The Little Couple fans just popped in for a quick catchup. Plenty of them seemed surprised at how the kids grew so big. One fan wrote, “Omg since the pandemic started I dont see you guys, they are so big❤️.” Others just passed on their best wishes for the family and the hope that they stay safe and well. Many of them understand that Dr. Jen’s also a high-risk person due to previously having cancer.
The family took care to stay at home during quarantine
Dr. Jen and her husband Bill spent a lot of time at home with the kids during the quarantine. Bill looked after the kids’ education and Jen worked from home. Do you agree with Dr. Jen that staying home and finding fun things to do there might be safer than getting out and about this summer? Sound off in the comments below.