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Chip and Joanna Gaines donate baby Crew's bassinet to pregnant fan

USA TODAY logo USA TODAY 3/2/2019 Anika Reed
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Thanks to Chip and Joanna Gaines, one lucky fan doesn't have to worry about having a "Fixer Upper" bassinet for her baby.

The "Fixer Upper" stars welcomed their fifth child, baby boy Crew, back in June 2018, but their 8-month-old son seems to have already grown out of his fancy bassinet. 

This baby milestone prompted Chip to head to Instagram in February for help with what to do now that Crew was barely fitting in his SNOO Smart Sleeper: "Uh oh.. what happens when they out grow the #snoo??"

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A post shared by Chip Gaines (@chipgaines) on Feb 16, 2019 at 12:31pm PST

The $1,300 bassinet claims to boost sleep for babies (and thus, parents) and automatically responds to fussing with white noise sounds and motion.

While some fans had ideas for what the Gaines' could do with the high-tech bassinet, one commenter in particular took a chance and asked for it.

"Sell it to me!!" Kelly Claggett wrote on the post. "After 12 years my husband and I are FINALLY expecting!!"

And luckily for Claggett, Chip saw her message. "We're so excited for you! Let's get her set up," he responded, tagging his assistant.

The Gaineses came through, and the mom-to-be received the bassinet for her baby. Claggett posted about the exciting exchange on her Facebook page.

"I made an offhand comment to Chip Gains (sic) and then the rest was nothing that I ever would have expected," she wrote. "I do not feel worthy of any of it but like I have told the ones of you who already know."

"God gets every ounce of glory in this," she continued. "This is just his way of saying I SEE YOU AND I LOVE YOU! Our baby and family is blessed by this random act of kindness and I’ll never stop trying to pay it forward."

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