Joey + Rory singer Rory Feek has shared a series of adorable photos of his daughter, Indiana, soaking up the last days of summer on the family's Tennessee farm.
The 52-year-old singer and author recently posted a photo to his Instagram account showing 3-year-old Indy perched happily in his lap.
"...lap full of love," he captioned the photo.
In another series of photos, the little girl enjoys the county fair with Rory and her two uncles.
"...three men & a baby at the county fair last night. Thx to Indy's uncles Keith and 'Donkey' for coming along w us," Rory captioned the photo.
Another photo shows Indy enjoying a walk down a scenic path.
Earlier, the proud father shared adorable footage of his daughter filling up her kiddie pool with a water hose, flashing a big smile at the camera in the process.
The next day, however, Rory shared a photo of the tot sitting on the grass in her bathing suit, pouting at the camera.
"... Somebody needs to work on her sharing skills," her dad says.
Rory also posted a tender image of Indy sitting on a bench by her late mother's graveside, which is covered in beautiful flower arrangements. "... Visiting mama in papa's hat," he says alongside the picture.
He also shared a beautiful photo of his wife smiling at the camera: "... missing my beautiful bride today. Everyday," he captioned the photo.
Joey Feek died last March after a much-publicized battle with cervical cancer, which Rory chronicled on the couple's blog, This Life I Live. She was only 40 at the time of her death.
The award-winning duo stopped performing as Joey began to undergo chemotherapy treatments, but still recorded a gospel album titled Hymns. The album won best gospel roots album this year at the Grammys.
While he previously said he would not perform without his wife, he recently announced that he'll return to the stage for the first time since her death. On September 8 and 9, he'll perform at a barn at his home in rural Pottsville, Tennessee, where the two used to perform together.
"I should get onstage and see what's there," Feek said. "What's in store? What would I say if I were up there by myself? For me it will be good because I will learn why I am supposed to be there and what the future holds."
Proceeds from the performances will go to the Music Health Alliance, a nonprofit that helped Rory's family with insurance and medical bills.