Chip and Joanna Gaines of "Fixer Upper" fame have fans in the Duggar family: Jessa, Jinger and Jana recently made a family trip to Waco, Texas to visit Magnolia Market.
Along with her sisters, "Counting On" star Jessa Seewald brought her husband Ben, and their two sons, Spurgeon Elliot and Henry Wilberforce.
"Oh yes we did," Jessa, 24, captioned an Instagram photo of herself holding Spurgeon, sister Jana holding Henry, and a third friend in front of a green Magnolia Market and Garden car.
"Best day ever," the former "19 Kids and Counting" star captioned a second photo of the group in front of the Silos Baking Co. The mother-of-two also shared photos of the group eating Joanna's famous cupcakes; a photo of herself, Ben and Henry indoors in front of a display of flowers; and a group photo of the the girls standing in front of the silos.
Magnolia Market is formerly-dilapidated property that Chip and Joanna completely renovated into a bustling garden-market, complete with a bakery, home goods store, food trucks, and a seed and garden shop. Every week, the site attracts 15,000 people, according to a Magnolia spokesperson.
Jessa has previously voiced her support for the HGTV stars: in December, she shared a video of clip of Spurgeon watching Chip and Joanna Gaines' home improvement show on a laptop.
"Spurgie and I may just be addicted... #fixerupper," Jessa captioned the video.
Meanwhile, Chip and Joanna have announced a new 30-minute series, Fixer Upper: Behind the Design. In the show, Joanna will reveal everything that goes on off camera
"We get a lot of questions about the designs, and how we get from point A to point Z when it comes to these houses and projects from a design standpoint," Joanna told fans in an Instagram video announcing the "Fixer Upper" new spin-off series. "So we have a new series coming out this year, which focuses on each project and you get more inside scoop on how we came up with a lot of the design decisions and elements we got to incorporate."
Like "Fixer Upper," "Behind the Design" is expected to be a huge success for HGTV; The Wrap notes that the fourth season of the couple's home improvement series drew 20 million viewers, placing it at the top of HGTV's shows.
Devout Christians, the Gaines are quick to credit the success of their rapidly-growing empire to their Christian faith and God's blessing on their lives.
"We've always strived to serve and love people from all walks of life, regardless of who you are or what you do," Joanna explained. "We are in the restoration business. Our job is to find beauty in all things, whether it's an old house or someone's story."
She added, "We are thankful for this ride of a lifetime- we feel God has been with us on every mountain top and in every valley. Grace upon grace He has given us."