Sadie Robertson’s 4-month-old daughter has been admitted to the hospital with a respiratory virus
Sadie Robertson of Duck Dynasty talked about how “extremely difficult” it was to see her daughter Honey James Huff in the hospital after contracting a respiratory virus.
Honey James Huff, Sadie Robertson’s 4-month-old daughter, has been suffering health concerns quietly.
On Friday, Sept. 14, the Duck Dynasty alum released a lengthy statement to her Instagram account, stating that she is ready to talk about Honey’s condition. Because I know a lot of people all over the world are going through it.
“It’s been a very difficult few days,” she continued. One of the most heartbreaking experiences is watching your child become ill. Witnessing her little struggle makes me cry like I’ve never cried before, but seeing her courage makes me smile like I’ve never smiled before. “
Honey has been in high spirits during her hospital stay, according to Sadie, who added that “the staff and doctors love her and giggle at her hilarity in the middle of sickness.”
The 24-year-old mother stated that their child is currently receiving therapy, but that the Robertson-Huff family is “hoping for the best in the days ahead.”
Honey’s symptoms were so severe that Sadie wrote, “RSV you stink,” without revealing the extent of Honey’s symptoms. RSV stands for respiratory syncytial virus, which is very common but can be dangerous in newborns, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Sadie and her husband, Christian Huff, have been through a lot this year, with the reality star catching the coronavirus during her pregnancy.
She revealed she was hospitalised in late October after becoming “extremely unwell” and testing positive for COVID-19. “I understand that everyone has their own unique experience with COVID, but these symptoms are insane,” she said on Instagram at the time. I’ve had a lot of trouble with this one! “
Honey was “doing wonderful and healthy,” according to the former Dancing With the Stars contestant, who added that she was on the mend.
“I’ve learned a lot and been challenged in new ways,” she said, adding, “My heart and my family’s heart go out to everyone suffering from COVID.”