You'll Want Everything From Joanna Gaines' Limited-Edition Baby Collection at Magnolia

Joanna Gaines hasn’t welcomed a newborn for eight long years, but it’s obvious she’s thrilled to be expecting baby No. 5 — and all the delectable accoutrements that baby will require. The Fixer Upper star and Magnolia Market designer just debuted a brand-new baby collection — and some of the items have already sold out. Yup. The collection is just that charming. So what are you waiting for? Check out the array of sweet items in Gaines’ signature Magnolia style and stock up for summer baby showers (or your own bebe) ASAP. For your consideration, here’s the world’s cutest fox-print baby blanket:

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We seriously adore the rustic materials and hues of this collection: cuddly textiles, warm wood and soft, chic leather. We’ve come a long way, babies, since the era of plasticized nurseries. An enthusiastic Gaines discussed her collection in a Magnolia Market newsletter. "It’s been eight years since I’ve had a newborn, and I’ve loved discovering all of the new (and cute!) baby products out there that didn’t exist before," Gaines wrote. "Because I’ve had so much fun readying our home and preparing for the baby this time around, I curated a few of my favorites for the market. Whether you’re a mom-to-be or you’re looking for a gift, I hope you find something you love."

The limited-edition baby collection offers Gaines’ absolute favorite products for little ones, including play mats, blankets, pacifiers, wooden teethers and toys, stuffed goats, a to-die-for diaper tote and baby books she can’t wait to have in her own nursery (not a surprise, considering her own baby shower was book-themed).

We’re not sure just how "limited" this limited-edition line will be, so if you’re worried about the restocking fairy not returning, then get on it. You can shop the entire collection at Magnolia right now. We promise. It’s OK. We understand, and we’ll catch you later. 

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