Joanna Gaines Says Having The Fifth Child At 40 Years Old Makes Her Feel Young Again
April 17, 2019 15:01 By Fabiosa
When Joanna Gaines found out she was pregnant with her fifth child at the age of 40, she was literally in a ‘little shock’. Now, after welcoming baby Crew, Joanna says she feels so young again. The mother-of-five explains how it works for her.
“I feel young again”
The Fixer Upper stars Chip and Joanna Gaines have always dreamed of having a big and friendly family. Their cherished dream came true, as the spouses have their house full of kids. Chip and Joanna are the proud parents of five.
In a candid interview with People, Joanna opened up about her feelings when she found out she was pregnant with her fifth child. To make a long story short, it was a big surprise for her. But does she regret of welcoming the baby at 40? Of course, she doesn’t!
If you ever want to feel young again, have a baby at 40. I realized there has to be spontaneity, and schedules kind of go out the door.
She added, talking about baby Crew:
He’s my little sidekick.
Hey she’s good at design, but at 40 shes’s a little old to be making babies when she’s already blessed with 4 healthy children.Fame,generally speaking,often doesn’t do anybody’s thinking any good.— Jerry Moss (@MossMo73587541) March 27, 2019
Say that when you have to chase that kid around in 2 years.— Jana Peña (@sweetnesspena) March 27, 2019
I would have thought it would have prematurely aged her - but then she can probably afford 24/7 third party care for it out of earshot.— Mistikin (@Mistikin2) March 28, 2019
I could not even fathom anything that could make me feel OLDER than having and then keeping a baby... Jfc— Christen Reighter (@CEReighter) March 28, 2019
Baby Crew in pictures
Joanna and Chip’s lives are, indeed, full of bright moments every single day due to their kids. The happy parents often share their precious family moments on social media to the great joy of their numerous fans.
What a great family! And baby Crew is getting more and more adorable every day. Don’t you think?