Joanna Gaines poses with newest son Crew who seems to be a tad too big for his onesie 

Mail Online | 1/13/2019 | Dailymail.com Reporter
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Baby son Crew is about six months old.

And it seems mom Joanna Gaines has noticed that his wardrobe might be in need of an update.

Fixer - Upper - Star - Instagram - Saturday

The 40-year Fixer Upper star took to Instagram on Saturday to post a picture of her beloved son snoozing on her lap.

However, in the snap it seems that Crew is about ready to bust the seams on his onesie, which can barely contain his growing body.

Caption - Time - Size - Sixmonths

Her somewhat humorous caption read 'I think it's time for the next size up #sixmonths.'

Fans also seemed to notice the ill-fitting garment, and expressed their views in the comments.

User - Ninetofive_ - Onesie - Things - End

User ninetofive_ gushed 'Aww the onesie is so cute though... all good things do come to an end...' while birch2004 was more positive, observing 'no buttons popping yet. He's good. Cutest eva!'

With all the change, it's no surprise that she posted a reflective New Year's Day message, vowing to 'live for now'.

Time - Reality - Star - Baby - Son

Ruminating on how fast time seems to go, the reality star revealed her baby son Crew can already say 'Mama', as she worried about her first born heading off to college in just four short years.

Sharing a picture of herself snuggling with her six-month-old, Joanna wrote: 'It's always been my nature to reflect on the past and linger there a while. I find myself thinking about what I will miss and how life is just moving too fast.

Mean - Crew - Months - 'mama - Chip

'I mean Crew is already six months old and saying 'mama' (I had to throw that in there, sorry Chip). Drake will be driving in two years and off to college in four.'

'And just like that I have found myself mourning the past but now in future tense. You see what I just did there? This whole time thing can feel like...
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