More than two years after the tragic death of her mother, Joey Feek, little Indiana Feek rode in the backseat of a car singing Mama's song "He Touched Me."

And if that doesn’t touch you, you need to check your pulse.

The heartwarming moment was caught on video and shared on Rory Feek's Instagram page. The song, which was featured on Joey + Rory's seventh and final studio album Hymns That Are Important to Us, seems to be serving as a continued inspiration to Indiana, who sports her mom's unforgettable smile.

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You'll notice that little Indy isn't so little anymore. In fact, she's growing up before our eyes, thanks to dad sharing pictures and video with fans. One snap shows the now-4-year-old looking not only grown up, but very content in Dad's loving arms.

In another Instagram post shared while the family was on vacation in Montana, Indiana can even be seen practicing her driving skills already:

Indiana seems to be walking in Joey Feek's footsteps, even helping bake some of her favorite recipes. "…helping Papa make Mama’s chocolate zucchini cake for our 4th of July dinner this eve,” Rory writes on his Instagram page on July 4.

Joey Feek died of cancer March of 2016. Rory Feek has since started performing again when he's not chronicling his life as a single father, which he blogs about extensively.

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