Korie Robertson Hilariously Details Getting Grandkids for Cute Photos: ‘One at a Time’

by Josh Lanier
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Korie Robertson shared some adorable photos she took with her grandchildren this Christmas. But they weren’t easy photos to get. Anyone with young children can relate to the struggle of getting multiple young children to sit still at the same time for a picture.

That’s why she also shared some of the failed attempts to snap a cute pic before she finally gave up and got a photo with one grandchild at a time. It’s only going to get harder next year when she’ll have more grandchildren to corral.

“All the attempts at a pic with both my grandsons this Christmas 😂 finally just went with one at a time. Next year there will be 4!!🤗 I love these cuties!!,” she wrote in the photos.

Korie Robertson Discusses Family’s Christmas Traditions

The Duck Dynasty matriarch also recently shared some photos from a family gathering with her 2 million Instagram followers and opened up about some of their annual traditions.

“… Our tradition is to decorate the weekend after Thanksgiving, @realwilliebosshog cooks a yummy meal, I pick out a tree, we bring down all of the Christmas bins, including the one with festive costumes in case you didn’t come in the Christmas spirit, and we trim the tree. Since John Luke is the firstborn, his birthright is that he gets to put the star on top,” she captioned the series of photos.

“We aren’t fancy, our ornaments are a hodgepodge from years past (one year we decided to only use natural, handmade ornaments, so we strung popcorn, made gingerbread men, dried oranges, and everyone still says that was one of their favorite years, I really did it so I didn’t have to get the ornaments down and figured we could just throw the whole tree out when we were done rather than putting them back up. It worked exactly as planned…We might have to do that again!)

“Anyway, I’m here to say, whatever your traditions are, whatever traditions aren’t happening this year, because 2020, don’t stress! Remember why we celebrate, Jesus’s birth! God came down! That can never be canceled! …,” she continued.

“I know Christmas can be hard with all of the activities, be there with your whole selves for what you can and don’t sweat the rest. I love you Swag Fam! Merry Christmas.”

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