Duck Dynasty actor Korie Robertson shared a sweet photo of her new grandbaby.
On Saturday, October 17, the reality star shared a photo of her son, Uncle Willie, holding his niece Honey. Sadie gave birth to Honey earlier this year and is the first child for her and her husband, Christian. It seems as though Honey already loves football as a tike.
Willie was home for fall break and Honey couldn’t get enough of quality time with her uncle.
“Having @libertyfootball play @ulmonroe in our hometown,” Korie wrote. “@realwilliebosshog was a little torn on who to root for since ULM is his alma mater, and our kids are at @libertyuniversity but I think we know which side @legithoneyjames was on, ha!”
She added, “It was a good game, in the end, congrats to Willie’s alma mater on the win. He pretty much couldn’t lose tonight!”
See the sweet portrait, below.
The quality family time comes hours after Sadie and Christian updated fans on the newest Duck Dynasty member and her milestones. At five months old, she can now sit up by herself and even rollover. She enjoys smiling and giggling, which her parents think is the “cutest thing.” She is trying her best to crawl but it isn’t there just yet. Her parents believe that they won’t be able to catch up to her once she masters it. Although babies should be sleeping, she hates nap time.
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Duck Dynasty‘s Sadie and Christian took their daughter to her very first football game. They went back to Christian’s high school alma mater.
“Honey’s 1st Friday night lights at where Christian went to high school,” she captioned a photo of her daughter in leopard print. “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.”
Although her pregnancy was tough with complications, she has taken to being a new mother and considers it her greatest blessing. Seeing her daughter at a football game was a joy for the new mother. Honey locked in on the band members and cheerleaders. Apparently not so much the players, but who could blame her? Experiencing trumpets in the marching band for the very first time. She was enamored with the crowd and stared at every person that passed by.
“As I teach her I find myself learning more from her,” Sadie admitted. “I want to notice things the way she does, I want to notice people the way she does, I want to laugh with ease and smile just because. I want to take all of these joys that we have in life in as if I am seeing them for the first time. God, give me the eyes to see.”