Earlier this month, Morgan Wallen’s son Indigo, which he shares with ex-fiancée KT Smith, was taken to hospital after suffering from a dog bite on his face. The two-year-old sustained injuries and received stitches, with Smith noting he will have minimal scarring.
Sporting a large, colourful bandage on his face, Smith took Indigo out for a fun day of shopping after the incident. Along the way, they played a viral social media game in which Indigo picked between two cards, without knowing what was written on each, to see which activity lay in store next.
First, Smith had him choose between ice cream and a cake pop. After choosing the card with the latter written on it, Indigo then picks a card that says that are going to Walmart. As he sits in the shopping cart, Indigo chooses the card that says ten new toys over five.
He then picks out an assortment of trucks, cars and other vehicles to play with. The end of the video shows Indigo in his pyjamas smiling in front of his haul on the couch.
You can watch the video here.
Indigo required a trip to the ER after being bitten by Smith’s rescue dog named Legend. After Indigo was injured, several fans suggested she should euthanise the dog. Instead, Smith asked her followers for help finding a new home for the Great Pyrenees.
"Shelters are full so I figured that I could ask you guys if you know anywhere, he doesn't deserve a shelter because he came from trauma after being left on the side of the road for months. He doesn't walk on hard wood floors and won't walk on a leash, so he needs a backyard,” she said. “Other than that, he's not aggressive and is great with other dogs. He just doesn't need to be around small kids who might mess with his food or crawl on him. He just wants love and to be a pet.
She continued, "He's probably around two-ish now. He's an angel and I feel like he can read human emotions, he's a great guard dog and will sleep out of my bedroom door at night. I know I could've kept him with a muzzle on around the house, but he doesn't deserve that. And I can't be a mum that keeps a dog in the house when my child is also traumatised. I can't be a good dog mum to him keeping a muzzle or a good mum in general with a kid really scared in the home."
Smith later updated fans that she had found a new, loving family to adopt Legend.
"We just dropped Legend off with the sweetest family where he will be living out his full potential and best life on a farm," she said. "I couldn’t have asked for a better family for him to be loved on by, and they’re East Tennesseans so we can visit any time we need to."
Earlier this week, Smith shared an update on the toddler to her Instagram stories. In one of the images she captioned, “matching face bandaids with lil man so he feels normal”. She also shared an image of Legend happily hanging out on a bed at his new family’s house.
Smith and Wallen welcomed baby Indigo in July 2020. By the time their son was born, they were no longer a couple, and have split co-parenting duties since.