As disappointed as many of us were to learn that the hit HGTV series, “Fixer Upper” was ceasing to broadcast, we were equally as excited to learn that the show’s stars, Chip and Joanna Gaines, are expecting their fifth little one.

And, thanks to zany Chip and his love of chatting, we now know the gender of their soon-to-be baby!

Both Chip and beautiful Joanna were part of an amazing weekend supporting the Tim Tebow Foundation that included a gala and celebrity golf classic.

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Apparently, as Chip was strolling the fairway, he stopped to speak with a young boy named Gage.

Chip first explains to Gage that he and Joanna are expecting a baby, and then says he needs help thinking of a “D” name for the child. And although it is barely audible on a video clip featured on Twitter, Gage heard it and confirms that it is a boy!


Now, as sweet as that is, and as excited as we are about the sweet addition to the Gaines family, what is even more precious is Gage’s reaction when Chip tells him that the only name he can think of is “Dragon.”

Check it out.

Chip and Joanna have given their two girls names that start with “E” — Ella and Emmie — and their boys have “D” names: Drake and Duke. And, names aside, the best part of this family’s configuration is that all of the kiddos know what it is like to have both a sister and a brother.

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Oh, and one more fun thing we got to see this weekend is a more obvious baby bump on Joanna, free from flowy dresses.

The Tim Tebow Foundation’s stated mission is, “To bring faith, hope, and love to those needing a brighter day in their darkest hour of need.” The foundation divides its efforts into different ministries that include the annual “Night to Shine” prom event for those with special needs, a wish program that fulfills the wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses, adoption aid for families bringing special needs children into their families and Timmy’s Playroom that provides space in children’s hospitals to give young people a place to take their minds off of their illnesses.

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Based in Nashville, Tammy is a 20-year veteran of the country music community. She has worked in marketing, PR and artist development. Follow her @TammyGooGoo and join the conversation @RareCountry
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