Indy Feek’s Most Heartwarming Moments in Pictures & Videos

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Indy Feek's smile will make your heart melt! She has grown up so much over the last year. Check out these pictures and videos!

Joey and Rory Feek‘s little girl, Indy Feek, turned 7-years-old on February 17th and has been attending Hardison Mill Homestead School, which is a schoolhouse located on the family’s Tennessee farm. This youngster has grown so much over the last few months. Check out some of Indy Feek’s most adorable recent moments and the Feek’s family journey video below!

Indy Feek has been working so hard and has made so many big strides! Not only can she walk independently with ease, she can also dance and run! Her speech is also coming along nicely. As always, Rory Feek has also been faithfully keeping fans in the loop via his website, official Facebook page, and his series, This Life I Live. It’s not just a cable TV series— it’s also a digital online series that can be found a few days after it airs via Rory’s YouTube channelFacebook page, and even Instagram. Season one wrapped up in July 2020.

Remembering Momma


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Riding Lessons


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Share this collection of Indy Feek’s cutest moments with other fans of this inspiring family! Also watch this music video featuring Indy as a newborn baby with her parents!

“If I Needed You” Lyrics

If I needed you
Would you come to me
Would you come to me
For to ease my pain
If you needed me
I would come to you
I would swim the sea
For to ease your pain

Oh the night’s forlorn
And the morning’s born
And the morning shines
With the light of love
You will miss sunrise
If you close your eyes
And that would break my heart in two

Lay these with me now
Since I showed him how
To lay his hand there in mine
Who could ill agree
He’s a sight to see
And a treasure for the poor to find


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