It's almost go time for HGTV star Joanna Gaines as she and hubby Chip get ready to expand their family and welcome baby number five later this summer.

So what is one of America's most style-conscious mamas—and owner of the cutest baby bump ever—eyeing up for her newest addition? Thanks to her limited edition baby collection, now we know! (Spoiler: It's all just as stylish + adorable as you might have imagined.)

Here are our 14 favorites from Jo's totally swoon-worthy picks.

1. Loulou Lollipop Teether

$21.25

2. Solly Baby Wrap

$65.00

3. Gathre Mat

$20.00

4. Hazel Village Fox

$56.00

5. My Four Seasons

$13.96

6. Little Unicorn Muslin Quilt

$49.95

7. Lou Lou & Co Newborn Set

$39.50

8. Artifact Uprising Baby Book

$120.00

9. Convertible Diaper Bag

$375.00

10. You Belong Here

$14.78

11. Hadley Girl Bow

$12.00

12. Ecopiggy Natural Rubber Pacifier

$8.00

13. Loulou Lollipop Pacifier Clip

$16.00

14. Everything You Need for a Treehouse

$13.97

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