Duck Dynasty star Sadie Robertson is sharing her pregnancy journey with her followers. In a recent Instagram post, the reality TV star proudly shows off her growing baby bump. The mom-to-be is all smiles in the photo. The accompanying post details where she is in her journey and just happy her daughter is already making her.
In the post, Sadie Robertson shares her current happiness and looks back on her pregnancy. “Every little kick brings so much joy to my life! Pregnancy truly is the wildest thing, but as magical as it’s been there have definitely been some hard things!”
She goes on to discuss how she had horrible morning sickness for the first twenty-two weeks of her pregnancy. According to the post, she threw up every day during that period. She goes on to acknowledge how exhausting it was but shares one thing that helped her get through the rough patch. Sadie Robertson says that it was reading other women’s stories and connecting with other moms and moms-to-be that made a huge impact on her during that time. She passes on some advice to moms to be.
Sadie Robertson takes time at the end of her post to direct her followers to the Peanut app. Peanut is an app that offers, “Support, connection and community throughout all stages of motherhood,” according to the app’s Instagram bio. Robertson credits the app with allowing her to connect with other moms and moms-to=be. About the app’s impact on her pregnancy journey, she says, “Hearing honest advice and loving support has been a game-changer, so I encourage any moms, expectant moms, or women trying to conceive to join.”
Sadie Robertson on Social Media
Sadie Robertson does her best to be a positive influence for her followers on social media. Speaking to a virtual youth ministry conference last year Robertson said, “I don’t have interest in following anybody who’s not leading me in the direction I want to go. And we need to take that really seriously.”
In the same conference, Sadie Robertson talked about how social media has the potential to pull young people away from their faith. “…we have a generation that looks more like the Instagram influencers than Jesus Christ because we’re following them first instead of Jesus Christ first.” So, Robertson tries to be a guiding light in the right direction for those who are following her.