Now that Fixer Upper star Joanna Gaines' baby bump is here, when the Gaineses go out, that precious pregnant belly is visible in every photograph.
And that includes photos over the weekend, when the Gainses spent time with former NFL player Tim Tebow.
Check out her baby bump from every angle!
This photo, of course, is neither new or serious, but it's part of why so many people love Chip and Joanna.
The Gaineses are pregnant with their fifth child. That's welcome news from these wonderful parents.
But you know what? Even with Fixer Upper ending, they can afford it.
(In fact, some believe that money may have played a role, and that Chip and Joanna quit over a bad contract that edged them out of not only profits but also their own decisions)
Even without the compelling television show that catapulted the couple to fame, they're still using their platform for good.
And, as you can see in these photos, having a little fun while they're at it.
There was a time when pregnant women were expected to hide their baby bump as much as possible in flowy or overstuffed clothing that made them appear to have merely put on weight.
The times have changed, thankfully, and women have more choices in how they might choose to dress.
Joanna, like many stars as well as many ordinary folks, has opted to wear a beautiful black dress that outlines the silhouette of her baby bump.
And why not?
Her pregnancy is no secret, and fans are overjoyed to see the Gaineses bring another child into such a happy household.
(Yes, Chip Gaines admits that their marriage isn't perfect, but that's a healthy display of honesty, folks, not a sign that things are doomed)
Joanna and her husband displayed "their" growing baby bump while spending time with the Tim Tebow Foundation.
Tim Tebow may have been a controversial man during his sports career -- praised by fellow Christians for his devout stance but frustrating to sports fans for his perceived inadequacy.
But many feel that his history of charitable work speaks for itself. And they might have a point.
Tebow was part of creating "First and 15" when he was still in college. That fund worked to raise much-needed funds for Uncle Dick's Orphanage (unfortunate name, we know) in the Philippines.
That orphanage was founded by his father's Bob Tebow Evangelistic Association, so charity is something of a family business for the Tebows.
Tim really branched out in 2010, when he created the Tim Tebow Foundation.
According to the website, the foundation's mission is "to bring Faith, Hope and Love to those needing a brighter day in their darkest hour of need."
Joanna captioned her gallery of photos with:
"What an amaizng weekend with the @timtebowfoundation [sparkles emoji] Thank you for giving hope and love to so many #ttfgolf2018"
Yes, there was golf.
A major emphasis of the Tim Tebow Foundation is outreach to disabled individuals, so we're sure that a number of people were happy to meet the Gainses.
(People with disabilities can enjoy Fixer Upper and be excited to meet its stars too, you know)
And Joanna's baby bump was on display even as they opted for golf-appropriate attire.
Neither pregnancy nor the end of Fixer Upper are going to deter the Gainses from remaining in the public eye and using their platform to do good.
In fact, if the rumors about their contract being too restrictive and unfair are true, quitting Fixer Upper may mean that fans will get to see more appearances by the couple since they'll no longer have to ask for approval.
That said ... the Gainses have claimed that this is a personal decision.
If so, they might focus on themselves and their family for a while. If so, that's okay.
Only time will tell.