In his latest blog post, Rory Feek says he and Indy are trying to adjust to their new life at home.
"To the empty chair at our table and pillow on the other side of my bed. Desperately missing Joey and carrying her in our hearts with us everywhere we go," he wrote.
Feek says Joey had every intention of homeschooling Indy, but they decided in January that they needed to start researching options for school. They found a place called High Hopes.
"When I showed the video about their program to Joey, she wiped the tears from her eyes and with a beautiful smile said, 'that's the one honey... that's the one,'" he wrote.
He says Indy has already started physical therapy classes to help her learn to walk and speech therapy to start turning all the words she can say with her hands into sentences she can say with her mouth.
"I believe that God gives us just what we need, when we need it. Sometimes it’s not what we had planned or what we thought we wanted, but if we keep an open mind… it just might even be better than what we originally hoped for," he wrote.