Chip Gaines Shares Adorable Message Daughter Ella Rose, 12, Wrote to Mom Joanna: ‘This Made My Day’
So cute! Chip Gaines just proved that he and his wife, Joanna Gaines, have the most adorable kids after the former Fixer Upper star shared a pic of a sweet message from their oldest daughter, Ella Rose. The HGTV alum took to Instagram on Tuesday, April 2 to give his four million followers a glimpse inside their lives as the parents to five growing kids.
“Our sweet and thoughtful Ella Rose. This made my day so I KNOW it made @joannagaine’s!” the 44-year-old wrote in the caption of his post. In the pic, Chip showed off a sticky note secured to the wall with a pin. “Mom! I love you so much! I hope you have an amazing day! You are such a hard worker! Love you!” the adorable 12-year-old wrote before signing off her name. Take a look at Chip’s heartwarming post below!
Fans of the power couple couldn’t help but gush about the young girl’s kind gesture for her superstar mama. “Aw! So precious! Much love to you and your amazing family,” one fan wrote in the comment section of Chip’s post. “Your kids are the sweetest! Great job mom and dad,” said another.
It seems like Chip and Jo’s hardworking nature inspires their big brood, considering the mom-of-five has gushed about her kids eventually following in their famous parents’ footsteps. Jo, 40 — who welcomed the couple’s latest baby, 10-month-old Crew, last June — said that her sweet bundle of joy is her “little sidekick” and “comes to work with me every day and goes to all my meetings.”
The brunette beauty also dished that the couple’s older kiddos — Drake, 14, Duke, 10, and Emmie Kay, 9 — also share a passion for being involved at Magnolia Headquarters in Waco, Texas. “They love being here,” Joanna shared with People. “I always try to involve them with what we’re doing at work.”
Because of that, each of Chip and Jo’s kids has developed their own knack for something around the giant office. “Drake loves the production side, so in the summer he’s up with the guys, and they’re teaching him how to edit,” Jo gushed. “Then Ella is like me. I think she’ll follow in my footsteps and have her hand in a lot of things. Right now she wants to cook, be a lead designer and have a donut truck.” We can’t wait to see how their kids contribute to their legacy as they get older!