She’s startin’ ’em young! On Thursday, Dec. 20, Joanna Gaines shared the most heartwarming photo of her baby, Crew, to Instagram. In the snap, the six-month-old can be seen sitting around a table with his stuffed animal friends while “playing” a pretend game of cards.

“This might be my favorite thing ever,” the mom-of-five captioned the post while noting that the picture and set-up were mastered by her 11-year-old daughter Ella. Crew is even wearing a matching “Blind Nil” onesie with a heart, diamond, club, and spade on the tummy. Take a look at the adorable pic below! 

Fans of the Fixer Upper alum were quick to give their “oo’s” and “ahh’s” as they flooded the comment section with kind messages. “So sweet! Both of them! Blessings to you and your wonderful family,” one fan wrote on Jo’s photo. “He is so cute. I just love it with all the little stuff little animals at the table. I’m so happy for the both of you. You have beautiful children,” said another user.

Many fans were also quick to find out what game Crew was playing, while others jokingly assumed he was playing Texas Hold ‘Em (considering they are from the Lone Star state).

Since welcoming Crew on June 23, the 40-year-old mama has been blessing our timelines with adorable photos of her newest born. But before she welcomed her little bundle of joy, Jo and her hubby, Chip Gaines, spent their time running their empire. While you would think that a fifth baby would’ve thrown a curveball at their busy lives, it actually did quite the opposite.


In fact, Jo admitted to People in October that Crew “gave me an extra kick in my step.” She added, “It woke me up a little bit. Life was doing its thing, and this baby — typically you feel tired, but this baby, he’s just like my second wind.”

Last month, Joanna even told fans to not “be surprised if No. 6 is in the cards.” Considering how cute Crew is, we wouldn’t blame Jo and Chip, 44, if they wanted to add one more baby to their family. “I think we have to have another one because I’m particular about the only child thing,” Chip told People. “Crew needs a sister to manage this whole thing out.”