I’m a big Duck Dynasty fan as you might have guessed by now, since I don’t try to hide it. So it should come as no surprise when I say I love, love, love the Robertson Family’s Christmas cd, “Duck the Halls”. I got it on Tuesday and have been listening to it non-stop since. I’m real impressed with their singing. One of my favorite tracks in “Camouflage and Christmas Lights” which is song by Missy and Jase’s oldest son Reed. Then there is “Hairy Christmas” which is so the Robertson men. Uncle Si performs a version of “The Night Before Christmas” as only Uncle Si could. Willie, Uncle Si, Missy, and Sadie all have solos on the album, while the whole Robertson Family sings back-up. And just like an episode of the show would end the cd does too, with a prayer from Phil and a closing thought from Willie. I would recommend this cd to any Duck Dynasty fan. I would not expect anything different out of the Robertson Family, this cd fits them perfectly. This cd has quickly become one of my favorite Christmas cds.
Last week I finished “The Duck Commander Family: How Faith, Family, and Ducks Built a Dynasty” by Willie & Korie Robertson. This week I read “Happy, Happy, Happy: My Life and Legacy as the Duck Commander” by Phil Robertson. As I said earlier in the week I can’t get enough of Duck Dynasty! I loved these two books! By reading these two books I feel like I know the Robertson Family better. There are some stories that were told in both books but that makes it interesting because they are from different perspectives. It was fun to read how Duck Commander got started. That company really is a labor of love for Phil & Kay and now Willie & Korie. While I liked them both there were parts of Willie’s I liked better but then there were also parts of Phil’s I liked better too. If you are a Duck Dynasty fan I would say these two books are must read. In October there will be another book that will most likely be a must read too, I have already pre-ordered it myself. It is “Si-cology 1: Tales and Wisdom From Duck Dynasty’s Favorite Uncle” by Si Robertson. Now that should be interesting! I can’t wait!