‘Duck Dynasty’: Korie Robertson Pens Emotional Happy Birthday Message to Daughter Rebecca

by Josh Lanier
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Korie Robertson wished her oldest daughter Rebecca a happy 33rd birthday this week. The Duck Dynasty matriarch shared photos of Rebecca Robertson Loflin and her growing family.

“Happy Birthday @rebeccalorobertson you’re the most fun mom, wife, daughter, sister, aunt, friend! We all adore you!!!” Korie Robertson shared on Instagram. “You are soooo strong and kind, exactly what I prayed for our kids before I had any idea I would get the privilege to be your mom! I love watching you be the best mother to Zane and can’t believe you are about to bring another little angel into the world🤗 God’s got great blessings ahead for you, and I’m forever and always cheering you on! I love you.”

Willie and Korie Robertson met Rebecca as a 16-year-old foreign exchange student from Taiwan. They adopted her into their large family, ET reported. Rebecca also remains close with her biological mother.

Rebecca Robertson Loflin is pregnant with her second child. Her oldest, Zane Israel Loflin, is 2 years old. Rebecca called her recent pregnancy a “rainbow baby.” According to Parents.com, the term refers to a child born “after a miscarriage, stillborn, or neonatal death.”

“It is called a rainbow baby because it is like a rainbow after a storm: something beautiful after something scary and dark,” the website said. “To create a life or bring a baby into the world after such a loss is amazing like a miracle for these parents.”

It was reported she had a miscarriage in 2020.

Rebecca Robertson Loflin’s baby adds to the growing number of grandchildren for Korie Robertson and her husband Willie. Hers will be their fifth grandchild.

Willie, Korie Robertson Get in Quality Time with Kids, Grandkids

The Robertsons are taking advantage of having most of their family home at the moment. Their youngest son, Willie Robertson Jr. is home on fall break from Liberty University. His school’s football team happened to be playing in the Robertsons’ hometown and taking on his dad’s alma mater, the University of Louisiana-Monroe.

Korie and Willie Sr. watched the game at home, but they let Sadie Robertson Huff’s daughter, Honey, pick who’d they’d root for. She showed up to the game rocking a Liberty U onesie.

But Saturday wasn’t baby Honey’s first football experience. The family took her to watch her dad’s high school alma mater play earlier this month.

“Honey’s 1st Friday night lights at where Christian went to high school,” Sadie captioned an Instagram post of the trip. “I know I’ve said this before, but I’m saying it again because it’s a good lesson I am getting to learn every day. it’s honestly the best thing ever to get to see her eyes see things for the first time. It helps me notice things I might not have noticed before.”

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