@bosshogswife Korie Robertson Instagram photos and videos | inst24
@bosshogswife Korie Robertson Instagram photos and videos | inst24

Korie Robertson (@bosshogswife)

Wife of Willie, Mom to 6 ❤️Faithfulness over success

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Happy Birthday, Rowdy!!!! We love you so! And can’t believe your 16! What a fun adventure our family is with you in it! I love your courageous and fun spirit! I know that everything has been new to you in these past few years, and it hasn’t all been easy, but it’s been amazing loving you and watching you grow!! You are so strong and kind. You are loyal and funny, generous and always curious. I love how you love your friends and family so passionately. I pray God’s best blessings upon you for your 16th year of life, praying that you come to know Him more fully and are filled with His love and truth and grace, and you always know how much you are loved by us!

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Looked into the backseat at the perfect time to snap these pics, ha! She loves them 🥰 @its_sadieandlaney @bellarobb

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So proud of @legitsadierob not only because she wrote a beautiful anthem of unity and love, but she stepped out and did something that scared her, she worked hard, laid it all out there, learned, grew, and never gave up or gave in! Sadie girl, you inspire me!! Go watch the making of this song and know that with God there is nothing you can’t do!! 🔥🙌🏻❤️ Swipe up in my stories

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Heart bursting this morning because @legitsadierob released her first song from LO Worship. She wrote and recorded this a few months ago just before her @liveoriginal tour to give an anthem for her generation to be reminded that we are ONE body, UNITED through Christ, and that his LOVE is in all, through all and lives in us ALL! Such a beautiful message that all need to be reminded of daily! Go to my story and swipe up to listen to the whole song!

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The Holidays are a crazy time for everyone! We're busier than ever shopping, sending gifts and cards to family and friends out of town, hosting parties, wrapping things up at work so we can thoroughly enjoy the holidays. There’s not a whole lot of down time which is why I am really happy to be a #teamipartner this season! I've been a huge @teamiblends fan for a long time and you know how picky I am about the products I share. I've been drinking their Focus tea because my to-do Christmas list is a bit out of control right now (we’ve got a lot of family, ha!!) When I drink this blend I feel more motivated and dedicated to each task and getting it done. This has been so helpful in knocking some things off my list and the peppermint taste puts me in the Christmas spirit! I definitely suggest grabbing some Teami Focus to help get through the busy Holidays! Use my code “KORIE25” at checkout for 25% off! #thankyouteami Plus a portion of proceeds every single time you use my code go to @helponenow to give food, clothing and school supplies to kids around the world!

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After dinner run to Target to pick out all the things BABY + Starbucks Christmas latte + Time with this cute little mama, yes please!🤰🏻❤️👶🏻Baby bae, we cant wait to meet you!

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Part 3 if you are just starting here please go back and read parts 1 & 2 😊: “This is why we are here. It is why we came to the small community of Gunshire – to hear her story, to hug her and tell her we are proud of her, to delight in her children, and most importantly, for this…to show you what can happen when you give. This story of empowerment, triumph, restoration and hope can be the stories of many others in this community. Just a small donation from you, someone on the other side of the world who can’t really possibly imagine what it might be like raising 6 children in a small hut in Ethiopia, can literally save lives. It really is that simple, on your end at least. Oh there is much more involved here in Gunshire. There is Aschelow, the leader that is here with us today and with these people everyday. He knows this community; it is his own. He identifies the most vulnerable; those that are on the verge of disaster, makes a plan with @helponenow to help. There are programs and schools and medical centers. There is empowerment, support, Hope! Your donation does more than you can possibly imagine.” Please go to the link in my bio to learn more!

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Part 2: “She was too sick to have a job – where would she find one anyway? She was forced to leave two of her children at an orphanage because they were sick as well, and she had no way to care for them. But today, Birknesh, this beautiful mother, sits across from us and with a strong voice that belies her small frame, she tells her story.  She is healthy because of the life saving drugs she receives from the clinic. Four of her six children sit beside her. The other two, no longer in an orphanage, are working at her clothing shop, just as my oldest daughter works at our clothing shop, many miles away, in much different circumstances, but in this, we are the same. Speaking through Aschalow Adebe, the smart and passionate local leader who loves his people and sits with Berknesh’s youngest child snuggled close on his lap, @jenhatmaker tells this sweet, hard working mom what a really good job she is doing with her family and how proud we are of her work. Birknesh looks down at her hands again, trying to suppress a smile, eyes glowing with the knowledge that what we are saying is true. She is doing a really good job. She wants to show us: “Come outside, you should see my cow.” This cow provides milk for her family, sometimes more than they need; she takes the extra and trades it for important things like rice and grain. “I also have a chicken and a goat; come see.” “And in the back is my garden.” Lush and overflowing with coffee plants, entesh (something like a banana), avocado, peppers and more. “And please stop by my shop and meet my oldest daughters.” “See what I have been able to do,” she says without words, “How our lives have changed.” Then Birknesh, looks down at her hands again and says “thank you, thank you, thank you. If it wasn’t for you I would not be alive. My children would be orphans.” Aschelow explains to us again, like he did yesterday when we arrived and today as we drove through this amazing, beautiful, complicated country, “See what I am saying? Do you understand what I am telling you? We love our children, we don’t want to give them up. We just don’t have the economic capacity to keep them, and we don’t want to see them die.”

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Advent has just begun🎄The countdown is on for the very special time of year that is Christmas! When we remember and celebrate that Jesus Christ came to earth! We spend time with family and friends, sing carols, send cards, decorate our homes and give and receive gifts. In Matthew 25 Jesus tells us that when we feed the hungry, care for the sick, clothe the needy, that “whatever we do for the least of these brothers and sisters of mine” we do for him. What can we do to honor his birth? I recently came across a blog that I wrote in 2014 my first trip to Ethiopia with @helponenow The first time I think it really struck me that this mother is me and I am her. That she is Jesus. We are all one. Please read and consider giving this Christmas. This might be a 3 parter but I think it’s worth it. Link is in the bio. “I wish you could be here to see her face – shy, nervous, tired… yes, certainly tired, as she has been preparing for our arrival. However, there is also a hint of pride. Even though she’s not accustomed to others complementing her, congratulating her for a job well done, you can see it in her face. She doesn’t quite know what to do with herself, so she sits there, clutching her skirt and eyeing her hands. And we, four American women, who really don’t have any idea what it is like to survive this tough life she has lived, sit across from her trying to hold back our tears. It’s strange enough to have these Americans sitting in the one room that is her home without us adding our crying to the scene. We are asking her how she is doing, how she has survived these last six years since her husband died. There is sadness in the story, but this is not a sad story that she tells. It is a story of opportunity, restoration, triumph and hope. When her children were chosen to be sponsored by @helponenow she was dying. Her children were considered the most vulnerable. She is HIV Positive and was very sick at the time. She didn’t have access to the important Anti-Retro Viral medication that can make an HIV patient healthy again. Her family, which consisted of herself and her six children, had no cow or chicken or garden to sustain them.”

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Happy Anniversary to these love birds!! What a difference 2 years makes!! You will be crossing another major life milestone soon, and we’ll be here cheering you on (and filling in when you need sleep👶🏻🤗) Y’all are going to be the best (and coolest🤟🏼) parents ever! Praying blessings over your little family today and everyday! I love you 😘

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I’m officially a @houstonrockets fan now, and an even bigger fan of these guys ❤️Last night was so much fun!

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Family Christmas Card circa 2008 🎅🏻😂 #timeflies