Duck Dynasty star Sadie Robertson Huff and her husband Christian Huff really are naturals when it comes to this whole parenting thing.
Life is only getting better for Sadie Robertson and Christian Huff, and for the rest of the entire Duck Dynasty family. After the happy couple officially welcomed their baby girl into the world back on May 11, friends, family, and fans have all been making sure to spread the love. In return, we are treated with some adorable pictures from the new parents.
On Sunday evening, Huff did just that. The 22-year-old posted a heartwarming snap of him and his daughter on Instagram. In it, he gently caresses little Honey in his arms while he looks down at her and smiles. You can see in his eyes that he is loving every second of being a new dad.
“Just looking at my lil mini me,” Huff wrote alongside his most recent photo.
And naturally, Sadie Robertson saw the photo and felt compelled to leave a comment.
“Y’all two are the cutest,” Sadie wrote.
Meanwhile, other Duck Dynasty fans shared that same sentiment.
“You guys are the most beautiful parents,” one fan replied. “I’m so happy to see this. God bless you!”
‘Duck Dynasty’ Star Thriving as a New Mom
It is not just Christian Huff that is taking this whole parenting thing by the horns. Sadie Robertson, in her own right, has been thriving as a new mother as well. However, she says that she is still working on finding the right words to express the intense love that she feels for her daughter.
“It’s been 2 weeks and I still haven’t found the words to use to express the love I feel for our sweet Honey,” Robertson wrote in an Instagram post last week. “I don’t know that I will ever find the words, but I will chase after them my whole life!”
Alongside the moving message to her newborn daughter, the Duck Dynasty star also credits her faith and religion for helping to guide her in motherhood.
“It’s amazing to look at these pictures and notice the way we look at our baby and think about the love that God has for us,” Robertson said. “The way he feels when he looks down at us with perfect love. The thought of perfect love has become completely overwhelming. Our love for Honey, although the strongest love we’ve felt, is flawed. It is tangled up with fear and our own selfish ways, yet it is all that we have to give.”