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Joey Feek Cancer Update: “Joey and Rory Feek” celebrate daughter Indiana’s birthday
- Updated: February 16, 2016
Last fall, living to see her daughter’s second birthday seemed like an impossibility for Joey Martin Feek. On Wednesay (Feb. 17) little Indiana turned two and her mother was there for the entire celebration.
Rory Feek, who shares an Instagram account with his wife, posted a photo of Indiana sitting on a high-chair on Thursday, looking tired from her birthday party.
“…two-year-old ‘morning-after hangover,'” Indiana’s daddy wrote. “‘I can’t believe I ate that much cake last night.'”
On Wednesday, Rory posted a sweet shot of the mother and daughter on her wife’s bed enjoying their little time.
Indiana was also snapped having a fun breakfast with her uncle Russdriver in another photo.
Joey has been making the most of her last days with her family and closest friends before her inevitable passing. Her husband details her cherished remaining days in his blog, This Life I Live and on Facebook.
Joey + Rory’s final album, “Hymns & Stories That Are Important To Us” was just released on Feb. 12, days before the Valentine’s Day and the Grammy Awards which they have been nominated for Best Country Duo/Group Performance.
Although the music duo didn’t win the award, they posted a photo of their Grammy nominee medal saying, “more than enough.”
What’s important for the couple is to share their music and for people to feel God’s healing through their new songs.
“Our music has taken us many incredible places and let us experience some amazing things in the past 8 years and people we meet have often asked if we had a plan to get to where we are,” Rory wrote on his blog. ” I’ve always answered, “yes, there’s a master plan… it’s just not ours.”
He added: “How the plan plays out is up to God.”