Duck Dynasty star Sadie Robertson Huff took to Instagram on Friday (July 23rd) to post a series of adorable snapshots of her and her baby girl, Honey James.
“Things got serious in our selfie session 😊🤨😐” The Duck Dynasty beauty shares on Honey’s personalized Instagram page, legithoneyjames.
Followers of Honey gushed about the snapshots, with most stating that she looks exactly like her dad, Christian Huff.
The Duck Dynasty star gave birth to Honey James earlier this spring and since then has taken adorable snaps of the baby every chance she gets. On Thursday (July 22nd) Sadie posted some pics of her family with a little bio. “I’m Sadie! I love my family. I love people! AND I LOVE JESUS! I post a lot of different things on here rather it be my fam, fashion, faith, podcast, and just about whatever.”
The Ducky Dynasty alum also says that she posts a lot about her job on @liveoriginal because she believes it helps people. “I have seen and heard so many of your incredible stories. My hopes is that even by just a simple follow you will be lead and well beyond me and to Jesus.”
Sadie also describes her husband who loves to work out and play tennis. Sadie introduces Cabo, the family’s dog which Sadie and Christian named after their honey in Los-Cabos. Then finally, she shares details about Honey. “She is 2 months old. She loves to smile with her whole face and we are kind of obsessed when she does.”
‘Duck Dynasty’s Sadie Discusses Postpartum Anxiety On Her ‘WHOA That’s Good’ Podcast
During a recent episode of her WHOA That’s Good podcast, Ducky Dynasty’s Sadie discusses the postpartum anxiety she experienced during and after Honey James’ birth. She reveals that things didn’t go as originally planned during the birth.
“I was in more pain than I’d ever been in,” Sadie explains. “I just laid on the couch and starting crying so hard and I could not stop crying.”
The Duck Dynasty star also admits that she had physical pain for a month after she came home from the hospital. The pain and emotional struggle eventually caused her to develop postpartum anxiety. Sadie says she was constantly trying to fight fear during the discomfort stage. “[There] was so many emotions happening that I couldn’t really fight the fear like I normally do.” Robertson Huff then says she was in a state of anxiety and didn’t even realize that it was creeping up as much as it was.
In regards to how she handled the anxiety, Sadie recalls that she played everything off as being “happy” to be a mom. “I was so joyful and was so blown away by the miracles. I didn’t understand how I could be so happy and so joyful, but also experience so much fear,”