Chip Gaines Wants to ‘Try to Make Some More Babies’ with Wife Joanna Now That Fixer Upper Is Ending

Chip and Joanna Gaines are putting family first. But are the Fixer Upper stars looking to enhance their brood, too?

“We had 4 babies right before a uncover started, and afterwards we’ve had 0 babies given a uncover started,” Chip, 42, told Houston ABC affiliate, KTRK. Now that a Gaineses have announced a arriving fifth deteriorate of Fixer Upper will be a last, Chip is fervent to get behind to flourishing his family. “For me, I’m unequivocally vehement to go behind and try to maybe . . . try to make some some-more babies,” he said.

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But Joanna, 39, isn’t accurately on board, adding, “Maybe . . . We have opposite answers.”

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The integrate seem to have substituted opinions on a theme in a final few months. Back in June, Joanna told PEOPLE, “I would adore another baby — or twins! The kids are always seeking me, ‘Mom, can we have another baby?’ But Chip thinks we’re done.”

Though a Gaineses will still be producing a number of product lines, edition another book, and using their Waco, Texas–based empire, they’ll no doubt have a small some-more remoteness than in new years — something they and their children (Drake, 12, Ella, 11, Duke, 9, and Emmie Kay, 7) are looking brazen to.

“[The kids] would ask, ‘Mom and Dad, do we guys have to film again today? When is this going to be over?” Chip explained in October. “The kids were so immature when we started,” Joanna added. “Fast-forward to currently and a oldest is roughly a teen — they’re all flourishing adult so quickly.”

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The integrate have also voiced that they wish their children to have a life divided from a inhabitant spotlight their celebrity has drawn. “They’re so young, and we wish to give them a possibility to have a normal childhood,” Joanna told PEOPLE in September. “Family is a many critical thing in a world.”