It was a sad day for fans of HGTV's hit renovation series "Fixer Upper" after it was announced that the show would end after five seasons. Taking place in the small city of Waco, Texas, the show follows adorable couple Chip and Joanna Gaines as they meet with families and create their dream home.
It took more than Southern charm, Chip's hair and an eye for design to make "Fixer Upper" one of the network's more successful series. Fans of the couple were vocal supporters of the Gaines' morale and values -- their appreciation of love and family transcended the television screen.
Even behind the scenes, it was quite evident that the love the couple has for each other is genuine and heartfelt. Over the seasons, the couple fought a handful of divorce rumors and other scandals, but the two remained strong.
And while their four kids, Emmy, Ella, Duke and Drake (and later Crew!), were not featured in every episode, Jo and Chip regularly spoke out about their aspirations for their kids, hoping to give them a normal life. Despite the show's ending, we'll always have these Chip and Jo life lessons to live by.
From not owning a television to spending one-on-one time with the kids, scroll through above to get an inside look at the Gaines family house rules.