Talk about mom problems! Joanna Gaines may be quite successful and on TV, but she also deals with the same obstacles any mother does — and she recently proved that by sharing photos of her youngest child making a mess.

The HGTV star, 41, took to Instagram on Saturday, May 25, to show her fans all the shenanigans her 11-month-old has been getting into. “Current stage of life,” the TV personality captioned two photos showing Crew tossing some coloring pencils all over the floor. Take a look at the pictures below!

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Lots of funny and heartwarming reactions poured in from the fans. “Is that Chip?” one person quipped. Another added, “You, Chip and your family are amazing folks. Thanks to you all I have an endless supply of work around our place … but it’s all good and looks great when it’s done! Have a blessed weekend!”

Joanna shares Crew with her husband Chip, 44. They also have four other kids — Drake, 14, Ella and Duke, both 13, and Emmie, 9. Ever since the premiere of their show Fixer Upper in 2013, the TV couple have invited their fans into their home — and it is quite clear that family is priority number one to them.

“It’s about quality time together, but also giving each other space — and three bathrooms don’t hurt either,” an insider exclusively told Closer Weekly on how family time is everything. “They always eat meals together at the table and their family nights include games like cards and checkers, then bedtime stories and prayers.”

“In this house, mom’s rules include no cell phones or TV, homework first then play and no computers after 6 p.m. In the evening, the kids kick back by reading each other stories. Everyone says they have the perfect life,” the source added.

We should expect to see more of the Gaines family, as the couple will debut their own TV network in summer 2020. “Our intention with this network is to create and curate content that inspires, encourages, and helps to build bridges across our communities,” the loving pair said in a joint statement. “We want honest, authentic programming that brings families together.”

We can’t wait!