‘Duck Dynasty’ Star Sadie Robertson Huff and Daughter Honey Twin in Adorable ‘Sunday Dresses and Pink Sneakers’ Pic

by Josh Lanier

Duck Dynasty star Sadie Robertson Huff is turning her baby daughter, Honey, into a fashion sensation. She recently uploaded a photo of the two in similar outfits and her fans are loving it.

“Sunday dresses and pink sneakers with my tiny bestie 💗,” she wrote in the caption of her Instagram post. She included a Bible passage with the photo as well.

“’O Lord, you are my God; I will exalt you; I will praise your name, for you have done wonderful things, plans formed of old, faithful and sure.’ Isaiah‬ ‭25:1‬ ‭ESV‬‬”

Honey looks adorable in her all-pink ensemble with matching Chuck Taylor Converse sneakers.

Sadie Robertson Huff gave birth to Honey this spring and it’s rare that more than a few days go by without an update from her on Instagram. Each one usually includes Honey in a new outfit.

She admitted that she can’t help herself. She’s in awe — like most new parents are — as her baby starts to explore more of her world.

In one post, Sadie writes, “(Honey) loves to smile with her whole face and we are kind of obsessed when she does… actually we are obsessed all the time. She is figuring out life and it’s the most fun thing to watch.”

Sadie Robertson Huff Describes Postpartum Anxiety

Sadie Robertson Huff has also been entirely open about her struggles and challenges as a new mom. She recently spoke candidly on her WHOA That’s Good podcast about suffering from postpartum anxiety and the pain she felt after giving 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.”

She said she was in pain for more than a month after bringing Honey home from the hospital. But the emotional stress was harder to cope with, she said. She struggled with anxiety and panic constantly after giving birth. Especially when it came to Honey’s safety.

“I just said, ‘I’m so scared. I’m so scared that something is going to happen to her,’” Sadie Robertson Huff recalled. “It was so real. I was like, ‘I’m so scared that something is going to happen to her. I’m so scared that she’s not really OK. What if whenever she got stuck [during delivery], the oxygen actually cut off to her head. I’m scared that something happens to me and I am not going to get to be the mom that I want to be to her.”

But she said she was able to put on a brave face for her family, even though she was struggling internally.

“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,” she said.