Chip and Joanna Gaines expecting baby number five

Chip and Joanna Gaines expecting baby number five

Chip and Joanna Gaines expecting baby number five

When the couple behind HGTV's home renovation show "Fixer Upper" aren't busy fixing up houses, they're pretty busy making babies.

The "Fixer Upper" star took to Instagram on Thursday to congratulate her sister Mary Kay McCall and brother-in-law David on welcoming their sixth bundle of joy, a baby girl who came into the world just two days after Gaines announced her own pregnancy. "My sister had her handsome baby girl!"

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"Gaines party of 7".

The pair announced that they are having their fifth child this week. "We've got some BIG news to share", Chip captioned the post.

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But even before their big announcement, Chip and Joanna have dropped a couple of hints about their growing family. And I could not be more EXCITED! And they put on a little too romantic of a concert. anyways, one thing led to another, & we are officially pregnant.

"Any time she asks for pickles on top of that ice cream, you know what that means", Chip said in the teaser while inviting everyone to tune in on the upcoming episode of "Fixer Upper" in the caption. "We had four babies right before the show started and then we've had zero babies since the show started", Chip told ABC News in October. "For me, I'm really excited to go back and try to maybe ... try to make some more babies".

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"Chip swears he can already tell it's a boy", she wrote in the Wednesday ultrasound video.

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