Joanna Gaines reveals her 'favorite spot' during July 4 celebration

Junie Sihlangu
Jul 06, 2018
02:53 A.M.
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The star of the reality show, The Fixer Upper, Joanna Gaines, chose a very peaceful way to celebrate July 4th. She spent the day with her newborn baby boy, Crew at their ‘favorite spot.’


The star took to Instagram Story to share her chilled bonding session with her new baby who was born last month. Meanwhile, her husband went the traditional way in celebrating the holiday.

Joanna Gaines chose to have a more relaxing approach to the US national holiday. She spent the day in a rocking chair on a front porch which is apparently her ‘favorite spot’ with baby Crew.

In her arms, she held the little baby boy. The star and her son listened to Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong's Dream a Little Dream of Me as they bonded.


For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. Joanna dangled his yellow pacifier on one finger as they enjoyed their private session.

On the other hand, her husband, Chip Gaines, spent his day in the typical American fashion. He woke up early to go buy some fireworks for his family.


While at the fireworks stand, he took a quick photo showing the shop. In the caption of his Twitter post, he shared his envy for the fireworks seller’s fun life.

He joked that he regretted not taking the same path in life. In a hashtag, he also wished everyone a happy 4th of July to celebrate the US’ Independence Day.


The couple recently celebrated more than the national holiday. On June 23, Crew was born and Chip took to Twitter to make the announcement.

In a hashtag, he shared that his family was ‘blessed beyond belief.’  He also revealed, ‘And then there were 5.. The Gaines crew is now 1 stronger! 10 beautiful toes and 10 beautiful fingers all accounted for, and big momma is doing great!’


Crew’s mother shared before her child was born that she hoped to savor the time she had with him. She revealed that she spent less time enjoying her previous children.

"When this baby comes, there is going to be quite the gap," she told KMOV before her son was born. “I feel like those years when the kids were all young, it was so foggy … at one point I had four kids [age] 4 and under, and I just remember it was like tag-team wrestling.”

She added that at the time, she and her husband had mostly focused on juggling four young children.