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February 14, 2020

Chip Gaines of 'Fixer Upper' Fame Posts Heart-Melting Video of His Son Crew Chasing a Lamb

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Talented Author, Chip Gaines is a proud dad. He took to social media to post a heartwarming video clip of his son having fun with a baby goat. 

Chip Gaines is not just an excellent writer; he is also a proud father. The 45-year-old recently took to his Instagram page with a video clip that had hearts melting — just like Gaines warned. 

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The clip featured his 1-year-old son, Crew, attempting to catch a little white kid. The little toddler could be seen running as quickly as his short legs would carry him only to have the Kid run a bit farther out of reach.

Gaines gave the video a comical spin when he took the time to subtitle the clip with words he felt his little boy would be uttering as he chased the Kid around the fields.

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The words began with a "hello friend, can I pet you?" After which little Crew proceeded to attempt to pet the baby goat before it ran off. After chasing the baby goat for quite some time, Crew slowed down to catch his breath. 

Following their exit from the popular reality TV show, "Fixer-Upper," in 2018, Joanna announced that their next venture would be one that deals with hospitality. 

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Gaines aptly captioned the moment with a "What was that?" from his son who, upon getting no answer, resumed his chase with an "OK, back to you. Come on, friend."

The clip ends with Crew finally catching the animal. "I got my friend," Gaines wrote with the hashtags, "#TwoLambs #BestFriends."

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The video captured a whole lot of hearts as fans of the author took to the comments section to express their love for the little boy. "He's so terribly cute," a fan gushed.

Chip and Joanna Gaines met at an auto shop where he went to repair his faulty bike brake. The couple fell in love and officially tied the knot in the year 2003.

Following their exit from the popular reality TV show, "Fixer-Upper," in 2018, Joanna announced that their next venture would be one that deals with hospitality. 

She also revealed that they had plans to open a boutique hotel in Downtown, Texas, by 2021.

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