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Chip and Joanna Gaines' 4-month-old son Crew made his TV debut on 'The Today Show'

Rodolfo Vieira
Nov 09, 2018
10:41 A.M.
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Chip and Joanna Gaines dropped by the "Today" show and brought their youngest child, 4-month old Crew Gaines, with them.

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On Tuesday, November 6, 2018, the "Fixer Upper" couple chatted with Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie about Joana's new book, "Homebody: A Guide to Creating Spaces You Never Want to Leave."

But, as it can be seen in the video of the interview, they also talked about the new dynamics within their household.

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The home-renovation experts were delighted to show off their new bundle of joy, who slept soundly in Guthrie's arms while his parents chatted with the co-hosts.

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TALKING ABOUT A 6TH CHILD

According to Joana, Crew has 'slowed down time' for them.' They were used to always being in a rush, but they now lead a much more grounded lifestyle.

At one point, Kotb asked Joanna if they would like to expand their already big family, to which the Fixer Upper responded with 'I love the process of being pregnant.'

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THE JOY OF PREGANCY

Joanna claimed that she loved giving birth and, for that reason, they didn't want to rule out the possibility of bringing a sixth child into the world.

46-year-old Guthrie, who is a mother of two, said that pregnancy is a ride that a woman wants to 'ride again and again,' which lead Chip to joke about the 'ride' being his favorite part of having a baby

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DEDICATED SIBLINGS

Joanna also confessed that she has to 'fight' for her right to hold crew because his older siblings - Drake, 13, Rose, 12, Ella, 9, and Emmie Kay, 8 - are always trying to help her with him.

Even before Crew was born, the Gaines children were already excited over having a baby brother, and that was very clear in the picture shared by Joanna a few months ago, which depicteds the brothers ans sisters waiting outside the door of the maternity room.

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