The Magnolia founder had a busy day with her youngest son Crew
The cute video starts with a suited-up Gaines walking over to a mirror to give the camera a big thumbs and a smile. She follows her youngest child Crew, 5, to the bee boxes on their Waco, TX property. The littlest Gaines quickly inspects the beehives before they start harvesting.
The camera shows a slab from the hive covered in bees resting on the comb. Crew holds a box open to let others transfer pieces of clean honeycomb from other boxes into his.
In a different clip, Crew is seen brushing the hive with the help of his mother, clearing the comb of any bees.
After a long day of work in the Texas sun, a tired Crew rests underneath a tree before the family begins extracting the honey.
Now inside, Gaines holds up a slab of honeycomb and runs a blade through the structure removing any of the excess. Crew samples a piece of the fallen comb and gives his mom a big thumbs up.
They place the slabs of honeycomb into an extractor. Crew turns the crank, spinning the comb at great speeds causing the honey to fall out.
A thick golden stream of unfiltered honey flows into a gallon bucket. Gaines begins filling jars full of the honey to save for later.
In a photo showing her bounty at the end of the video, Gaines’s table is covered in jars of all sizes filled with golden honey.
“Grateful for the ten gallons of beautiful, golden honey,” Gaines writes in the caption. “Well done, you amazing little bees.”
The Fixer Upper: Welcome Home star has been documenting a lot of adorable activities with her youngest.
In July, Joanna and Crew prepared a batch of cake pops for the July 4th holiday. Earlier in the summer, she also made homemade strawberry jam with her little sous.
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