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Chip and Joanna Gaines are expecting a *fifth* baby to fill their healthy home


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As the middle of five children, I can attest to the fact that being in a family that could double as a basketball team *with subs* is no peaceful walk in the park. And being the coach (AKA the parent)? Definitely not for the faint of heart. But chaos aside, there are definitely benefits to growing up with a household full of team members: You can always find a partner in crime, funny distractions never fail to punctuate otherwise strenuous familial gatherings, and come the holidays, there are extra presents to be enjoyed. All of this is great news for Chip and Joanna Gaines, whose Fixer Upper empire is about to gain (couldn’t help myself) a seventh member.

Gaines party of 7.. (If you’re still confused.. WE ARE PREGNANT) @joannagaines

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Chip Gaines recently announced on Instagram that he and Joanna, the couple behind Hearth & Hand (a Target line in collaboration with their home store Magnolia), are expecting a fifth baby. The news is all the more exciting, as upon close inspection of the photo, it appears Joanna, who shared a sonogram photo of the littlest Gaines, is setting maternity fashion #goals with Lululemon pants—which is exactly what I would like to wear for the entire duration of my hypothetical pregnancy (and, really, every day).

Now, all there’s left to do is wish Joanna months of comfy athleisure as we patiently await what is sure to be an endless montage of divine nursery inspiration.

Jessica Alba has some advice on how to stay active during pregnancy, and Chrrisy Teigen has some maternity woes she cold use some advice on.

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