November 03, 2018

Rory Feek shares the cutest photo of daughter Indy in her fluffy Halloween costume

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Rory Feek, the 53-year-old country singer, songwriter, and single father-of-three shared an adorable photo of his daughter Indy dressed up for Halloween. 

She was dressed in a cute cow outfit, and the proud father wrote in the caption: "Moo! (Instead of boo!)" He added the hashtags "halloweenheifer" and "trickorteet."

Read more on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa. The photo series of Indy can be seen below, remember to swipe for the second image. 

Indy loves Halloween and dressed up as "Inderella" last year. Feek couldn't resist and shared a photo of Indy in her pink dress on Instagram too. 

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Fans couldn't get enough of the cuteness overload and rushed to the comment section. Gail Cunningham said, "beautiful smile that little angel has. 

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A user known only as thinminty thanked Feek for sharing his journey with them, allowing his fans to "watch her grow up." Another user said: 

"Indy is just too precious. Love her smile; it is so contagious."

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It has been more than two years since Feek's wife, Joey, passed away from metastatic cervical cancer. The couple sang together from 2008 until her death in March 2016.

Rory regularly visits Joey's gravesite, and her dog, Ranger, always accompanies him. Visiting her grave has become a tradition for Rory and refers to it as his 'quiet time.' 

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Ranger never left Joey's side, and not even death will sever the bond they shared. 

Joey was 40 years old when she lost the battle to cervical cancer. She is survived by her husband, Indiana, and her stepdaughters Heidi and Hopie. 

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In a blog post soon after her passing, Feek explained that "Indy has not asked for her mama, not one single time since Joey's been gone. He added: 

"It's almost as if she hasn’t noticed that she’s not here. And that is so sad… and oh, so wonderful – all at the same time. Joey was Indy’s whole world. Everyone else was…well, just everyone else. Including me. She loved her mama so much, and all she wanted was to be with her, beside her or in-sight of her."

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