Former “Fixer Upper” stars Chip and Joanna Gaines have been going all out for Christmas this year.

The 40-year-old mother of five revealed that her family cut down a massive 13-foot tree to grace their dining room, Dearly reported.

However, Joanna said her “favorite” tree was actually placed in the master bedroom. Unlike the flashy tree downstairs, this one is meant just for the family’s eyes.

She wrote on their blog:

This year, I wanted to be intentional about embracing this transition of spaces for our family, which made our master bedroom the perfect spot to place our family tree. Plus, there’s nothing quite like falling asleep to a lit Christmas tree every night.

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And this week, the mom showed off her favorite ornaments from the family tree on her Instagram story, People reports.

Many of the special ornaments featured photos of her children, including two of her 9-year-old son, Duke.

She captioned one of the photos, “Favorite ornament ever #dukeman.”

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However, Joanna had a hard time picking an all-time favorite ornament. After posting some featuring Duke, the mom shared one with her 8-year-daughter, Emmie Kay.

She captioned the image:

I forgot about this one though… #EmmieKay

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The mother also appeared to have some homemade ornaments from her kids on the family tree, and she later shared the making of an extra special crafted decoration.

She posted a video of her 5-month-old son, Crew, making his very first ornament. In the clip, Joanna presses the infant’s tiny hand into a mold.

The mom captioned the clip, “Crew’s first ornament!”

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Despite being known for her picture-perfect home decor, it seems Joanna has a soft spot for family mementos.

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