“Duck Dynasty” star Sadie Robertson is not having a great new year.
The 24-year-old LA-native took to Instagram to reveal that she has been battling “flurona” and a rat infestation at the same time!
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Robertson began the message by saying, “tbh the start to this year has been quite interesting! We will share more about it in our vlog soon.”
“It started off by me getting FLURONA (flu + covid) (yikes) so obviously I was so bummed to miss passion but I was so thankful that God gave me the strength to still preach my message to an empty room despite being so sick,” she continued. “My faith from that experience grew so much. His spirit is truly living within us! also, thankful the conference is online!”
To make matters worse, “Then as we were on our way home from ATL we got a call that we have a couple of rats invading our home and those little guys are doing some workkk. So we couldn’t go home. It’s day 4 of not being able to get them and being out of our house.”
“It’s disgusting and we are exhausted from getting over sickness and being out of our home,” she added.
She shared the caption alongside a video of them about and about. Husband Christian Huff is holding on to their baby, Honey James Huff, as she waves at a window.
“so here we are floating around trying to make the most of it,” she added. “Thankful to be healthy now. Lord, help us to consider it joy!”
She concluded her message with, “P.s. I’m sad to say ratatouille the movie hits different now.”
Family, friends, and fans all commented on the post to wish the family well and to offer their thoughts and prayers.
Sadie Robertson Comments On ‘Emotional’ 2021 In Series Of Instagram Snaps
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On January 1, Sadie Robertson took to Instagram to share a series of posts containing pregnancy pictures and the birth of their first child together. One sweet snap shows their baby, Honey James, lying on her back in a gold sweater with her name stitched across the front in big white letters.
In July, Robertson actually appeared on the TODAY Show to talk about her “chaotic” experience giving birth. Turns out, Honey’s shoulder actually got stuck in the birth canal and the doctors couldn’t get her out. The nurse apparently told her that it only happens in about one percent of all births.
After they finally got her out, “her face was purple and her body was white” and she couldn’t get any air. Fortunately, the baby started breathing on her own, and she and her husband chose the name “Honey” to convey that their daughter was both sweet and strong!
“2021 , it’s impossible to put you in a box… not 10 boxes or even 10,000 boxes would do!” she wrote alongside the post on New Year’s Day.
“this year makes me emotional to even try to write about,” she continued. “I’m so grateful for it! The absolute highest of highs and also some very low lows that are unseen in these boxes, but they were there too.”
She shared, “I read this quote in my devotional today and it is so true – ‘Gods work in you is a process, not an event. It progresses not in the three or four huge moments, but in the ten thousand little moments of change.’”
“This year has been thousands of little moments of change that have shaped who I am more than any other year,” she added. “Can’t wait to go into 2022 with my people and continue to see God work in the every day moments! This year I have truly begun to love and look forward to the 10,000 small moments even if they challenge me, more then the 3 or 4 big moments. Because those 10,000 are the ones that make you who you are!”
“Happy New Year friends,” she added. “2022!!!”
She concluded her message by writing, “P.s. Honey, if you ever one day are just majorly stalking your moms social media page and find this series I just want you to know YOU ROCKED MY WORLD IN THE BEST WAY! I love 2021 so much because I LOVE YOU!”