Sadie Robertson Huff Reflects On Daughter’s Birth: ‘This Girl Has Taught Me The Value Of Time’

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Sadie Robertson Huff Reflects On Daughter’s Birth: ‘This Girl Has Taught Me The Value Of Time’

By Movieguide® Contributor

Sadie Robertson Huff recently reflected on how it felt to bring her baby girl home from the hospital this time last year. 

In an emotional Instagram post, Huff wrote, “This year, this girl, has taught me the value of time. I think for most of life you have the tendency to want to rush time. You can’t wait to turn 10, can’t wait to get your license, cant wait to graduate, can’t wait to be married, can’t wait to have a kid… and then you do and all you want is for time to stop for a while so you can just be right where you are at. For the first time in, well, a long time, I’m not wishing away the season I’m in to get to the next. In fact I’m wishing that right here right now I could just stay a little longer.”

Her caption continued: 

The funny thing about time is, is that it doesn’t actually change its pace – we just constantly change our perspective. So I guess I will just keep letting time do it’s thing, but learn to stay this content with my days, with my family, and with the things that matter most.

My Honey girl, your smile alone makes every second the most precious second I’ve seen! Can’t believe we are about to celebrate 1 year of your life that has changed mine forever!

Movieguide® previously reported on Huff’s motherhood journey:

Author, speaker and former DUCK DYNASTY star Sadie Robertson Huff said that the birth of her daughter, Honey, gave her confidence in her body.

“I don’t know if ‘pretty’ is the word, but I’ve never felt more confident in my life with my body then the day that I had Honey,” Robertson wrote on a recent Instagram story.

Robertson Huff, who has previously been open about struggling with disordered eating, said she felt empowered through the birthing process.

“It was a total different perspective then I have ever had of my body. . . that is truly powerful and more than just an image,” she added. “I didn’t want wear makeup and I wanted my grandma to braid my hair because that’s when I feel the most myself and [was] it just such a raw moment.”

Robertson Huff said that she wants to teach her daughter to be confident in the body that God gave her and not have to deal with the body image pressures that Robertson Huff faced growing up in the spotlight.

“I want Honey to be confident in who she is and the way her body was created and so I need to model that for her,” Robertson Huff said.

Robertson Huff shares Honey with her husband, Christian.