Watching Honey Huff meet Santa Clause for the first time may just be the cutest Duck Dynasty moment yet.
And thanks to proud grandma Korie Robertson, we got to witness the precious memory—because she went along for the experience.
And today on Instagram, Korie posted some of her favorite moments between Honey and the jolly big guy.
In the video, Honey is all smiles while Sadie Robertson and Christian Huff introduce their tiny tike to Santa. While Bing Crosby’s rendition of Here Comes Santa Clause plays in the background, the family poses for pictures. And the whole time, Honey laughs and kicks her little legs. She clearly knows that Santa will be sending some toys down her chimney tonight.
Korie showed off a few of the final snapshots at the end of the clip, and of course, they’re perfect.
“Mom and Dad, 3 grandmas, a granddad, a few aunts and uncles, and the cutest little elf helper, Zane all came to see @legithoneyjames take her first pic with Santa.” she captioned “…she nailed it. Merry Christmas Eve!”
‘Duck Dynasty’ Star Korie Robertson Doesn’t Want us to Forget ‘What Christmas Is All About’
Only a few hours left until Christmas morning, Outsiders!
Over the past few weeks, we’ve been caught up in the hustle and bustle of the season. And with all the yuletide festivities, it’s easy to forget why we celebrate the day each year.
But Duck Dynasty’s Korie Robertson wants to make sure we’ve all taken a moment to reflect on the true meaning of the holiday. So back on December 13th, she penned a short letter to help us remember.
“We celebrate not because Santa is coming, but because Jesus came!” Korie wrote on Instagram alongside a gorgeous photo of her decked-out West Monroe, Louisiana, home.
“We decorate trees, string lights, cook a ridiculous amount of food and eat Christmas cookies that little hands made, not to impress others on Instagram or even on our block, but to create memories with those we love, joyful times, traditions that when the world feels upside down, when everything else changes they stay the same, the memories remain.”
And more importantly, we don’t exchange gifts because we “need more things.” We give them to others “because the greatest gift was given to us.”
So as we all toast to family and friends, Korie wants everyone to think about the original Christmas morning.
“Then go celebrate the good news that Jesus Christ was a baby in a manger,” she concluded. “He came for you and for me.”