TEEN Mom Chelsea Houska has added MORE animals to her $418K South Dakota farmhouse after a scary fire on the six acre property.
Her husband, Cole DeBoer, held up an adorable baby chicken as they continue to add to their growing farm.
Cole, 33, showed off the family’s new chick while on a drive inside their prized Bronco.
The adorable and fuzzy little bird sat cupped in the palms of his hands.
He added a video of one calmly perched on his finger and chirping.
Cole explained he went to pick up a new crop of chicks after a supplier got a new shipment in.
There appeared to be more than eight baby chickens inside their small, heated crate.
UP IN FLAMES
Cole picked up the chicks a few weeks after Chelsea, 30, posted an alarming video on Instagram of a fire on their farmhouse property.
Chelsea posted a video of Cole attempting to put out a fire on their grill.
In the clip, Cole was using a fire extinguisher as he continued to spray the grill which was covered in smoke.
Chelsea, however, decided to have a little bit of fun and add Alicia Keys’ hit song Girl on Fire over the Story.
Fans were quick to take to Reddit to react when the video was re-posted on the platform.
One wrote: “… This happened to my friends and I years ago at a BBQ. My friend didn’t ever clean her grill and it caught fire.
“… We had to call the fire department because the flames were like 5 feet high…”
However, others weren’t as shocked by the matter as one chimed in: “Lmao. This is hilarious,” while another joked, “This grill is on fire…”
HOME SWEET HOME
Chelsea has given fans plenty of looks at her South Dakota farmhouse, even if some haven’t been all about her choice of decor.
Fans labeled Chelsea and Cole’s home as “ugly” and have even called the mom-of-four’s interior choices “basic.”
Chelsea was also accused of copying an influencer’s nursery design before the big HGTV news was revealed.
The MTV alum previously revealed that she will make her return to the small screen in a show titled Farmhouse Fabulous on the popular home and garden network.
The series, which is set to debut in 2023, will follow the famous duo as they help families renovate their homes.
Chelsea told Deadline: “We can’t wait to take our fans along this next crazy journey of building our business from the ground up, with four kids in tow, showing all of the highs and lows on the renovation site and at home.”
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