AceShowbiz - Rebecca Robertson is officially a mom of two. Taking to her social media platform, the former "Duck Dynasty" star offered a closer look at her second child after welcoming her on Christmas Eve.
On Sunday, December 26, the 33-year-old reality star made use of her Instagram page to share an adorable family photo and a series of snaps that were taken in the hospital after she welcomed her daughter. In the caption, she wrote, "Hope everyone had a great Christmas! [heart emoji]."
"We didn't have our typical family photo in matching pajamas posing by the Christmas tree," Rebecca added. The daughter of Willie Robertson also pointed out that she had "the most wonderful, whirlwind of a Christmas, to say the least."
Rebecca, who is also a mom of 2-year-old Zane Israel, went on saying, "We are so grateful beyond measure as we received the most precious Christmas gift this year!" The sister of Sadie Robertson also noted that her baby girl "surprised" her and her husband John Reed Loflin on Christmas Eve. She then concluded her post, "I will share the story more soon, but for now, i will just be soaking up all the newborn smells and the sweetness of our complete family of 4 [heart emojis]."
One day earlier, Rebecca announced that she gave birth to her second child. "Hi world, Meet Holland Lo Loflin," she introduced her newborn daughter, before highlighting, "Our little Christmas miracle."
Rebecca first revealed that she's pregnant with her baby No. 2 in July, nearly a year after suffering miscarriage. At the time, she shared the exciting news with a series of sweet family photos. In one picture, she could be seen caressing her baby bump, while her husband held some ultraviolet photos of their unborn baby.
"Here comes the sun. So excited to announce our rainbow baby is due in December ( to be exact, the due date is actually Christmas Day )," Rebecca wrote in her caption. She went on to add, "It's been a very humbling journey for us since last October & a rollercoaster ride the past couple of weeks ( will share more on that later ) but through every obstacles we continue to see God's goodness through our little growing miracle!"