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Granger Smith posted a picture of his son Linc on his shoulders at a car race on Instagram today.

Granger wrote, “We’ve had some life adventures this summer, me and Linc. I like to think he’s learned a lot from me, but I’ve sure learned a lot from him too.”

We've had some life adventures this summer, me and Linc. I like to think he's learned a lot from me, but I've sure learned a lot from him too.

40k Likes, 243 Comments - Granger Smith (@grangersmith) on Instagram: "We've had some life adventures this summer, me and Linc. I like to think he's learned a lot from..."

The post is the first that hasn’t talked about the June drowning death of his son River. Smith has been quite active in sharing stories, pictures and his deepest thoughts on losing his three-year-old son in the last few months.

This was his last post on June 19th about the tragedy of losing his son River, where he said in part, “The finality and mortality brought on by death makes life feel fragile. It can weaken, terrify and separate those close to it. But it can also awaken us. It can remind us never to take a moment with those we love for granted.”

We've been on quite the journey these past few weeks. I've been dark on social media, but I still have a full understanding of the responsibility placed upon me as a public figure. I can choose to snuff that influence, or instead use my platform (in relevancy big or small) towards what I believe is right. I believe I'm obligated on certain levels to include you guys in my current journey, as I've been involved either personally or musically in yours. - The finality and mortality brought on by death makes life feel fragile. It can weaken, terrify and separate those close to it. But it can also awaken us. It can remind us never to take a moment with those we love for granted. - In my house, we have united stronger and closer than we've ever been. We've cried. We've smiled. I've held my family tight. I've found strength from God and used that in the face of adversity so that my wife and children can rely on me. I've guarded my heart and my mind during weak moments and graciously accepted all of the encouragement and empathy from so many. I have realized that I will not slave over a search for answers, but instead for meaning. I will focus and then cultivate the light from a dark place, the good from the bad, God's will from my own plans. I can rest assured knowing that River's assignment on earth was always intended for 1116 days and not only did he live it to the fullest, but he lived it loved by so many, including a mother, father, sister and brother who held nothing back and have no regrets on how much he felt that love. We should all be so blessed to be able to live like Riv. - Amber and I want you to hear it from us and not just read it, so we made this little video for you to watch. (Link in bio)Thank you for all the love, prayers and support. We feel it!

188.9k Likes, 6,934 Comments - Granger Smith (@grangersmith) on Instagram: "We've been on quite the journey these past few weeks. I've been dark on social media, but I still..."