Jen Arnold joined many other TLC and reality TV stars in taking to Instagram today to pay tribute to their mother. The Little Couple star had some sweet words for her biggest supporter. With her tribute, Jen included a gorgeous photo of her mother with her children. What did Jen write in her tribute? Interested in seeing the gorgeous photo? Scroll down for all the details.
Jen Arnold shares special words for her biggest supporter
Those who follow Jen Arnold on Instagram know just how close she is to her mother. Jen’s mother always comes around to be close to her daughter anytime Jen has to have surgery. Fans were in awe of Jen’s mother when they learned about the last time she came to be by her daughter’s side despite her leg being broken. Jen’s mother has since made a full recovery and recently spent some time on the beach with her grandbabies during a vacation.
The Little Couple star kicked off her tribute by thanking her mother for always encouraging her to reach for her dreams no matter how far out of reach they seemed.
You continue to teach your grandkids the same. You are our Northstar. We love you to the moon and back.”
Jen Arnold is eternally grateful her children get to learn some of her mother’s wisdom. And, she considers her mother to be the Northstar of her family.
The former TLC star also shared an inspirational quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson in her tribute to her mother. The quote read: “Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”
The Little Couple fans react to her post
In the comments, there was a lot of love for Jen Arnold and her mother. Fans, however, made it a point to wish Jen a happy Mother’s Day as well. Here’s some of what fans had to say in the comments:
- “Happy Mom’s Day to YOU Dr Jen from another Dr Jen!! LOL”
- “My gosh, the kids are getting so big!!! I miss your show.”
- “Happy Mother’s Day to you Jen and your mom!”
Many fans admitted they were in awe of how big Jen’s children were looking these days. There were also in awe of how beautiful her mother was looking these days.