Friday news flash, y'all–I love the Robertson family from Duck Dynasty. Just when I think Korie and Willie Robertson couldn't be kinder or more down-to-earth, they go and and share their story about how expanding their family through adoption changed their lives.
Apparently, when the Robertson clan isn't writing bestsellers or opening stores (or starring in their hit show, for that matter!), they are out doing good and spreading awareness about what is important to them–faith and family. Take note, Kardashians!
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While attending the Adoption Institute's Angels in Adoption Gala in Washington, D.C., Korie and Willie spoke to In Touch about expanding their family. The couple have five children, including eleven-year-old Lil' Will who is adopted and twenty-four-year-old foster daughter Rebecca.
When asked whether they would consider adoption again, Willie reveals, “Sure. There are plenty of kids who need homes. That’s why we’re all here. We have adopted children and we have natural children … and there’s no difference between them.”
According to the magazine, both Korie and Willie were fighting back tears when they received an award at the gala, with Willie sharing, “I’ve done a lot of cool things in the past couple of years. I’ve met presidents and been all over the world, but I still say the best decision we ever made and that had the biggest impact on our lives was the adoption of our son Will.”
Well thanks, Willie…now I'm fighting back some tears! This family makes me so very happy, happy, happy!
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