Something to sing about! Carrie Underwood shares two sons together with her husband, Mike Fisher, and loves gushing about her little guys.
The American Idol season 4 winner gave beginning to the couple’s eldest, Isaiah, in February 2015. “Tiny arms and tiny ft. God has blessed us with an incredible present!” the nation singer captioned her March 2015 Instagram reveal. “Isaiah Michael Fisher—born on February 27. Welcome to the world, candy angel!”
The Oklahoma native’s information got here six months after she introduced that she and the skilled ice hockey participant, who wed in 2010, have been beginning a household collectively.
The pair welcomed their second little one, Jacob, in January 2019. Fisher posted an image of the new child on the time, writing by way of Instagram: “You are a present from our Lord! The previous few years has had its challenges and it makes this second much more candy! We didn’t know if Izzy would ever have one other sibling however we realized by way of all of it that God is in management and His timing is ideal! He is sweet on a regular basis even within the tough occasions which are exhausting to grasp.”
He and the “Before He Cheats” singer “have at all times needed a bit of woman,” a supply instructed Us Weekly completely in May 2019, however Underwood is loving life together with her sons for now. “She attends college capabilities and sports activities video games,” the insider went on to inform Us. “She’s an everyday PTA mother.”
When it involves elevating the boys, Underwood and Fisher are an ideal crew. “They stability one another out,” the supply revealed on the time. “Carrie tells her associates how fortunate she is.”
A second supply gushed to Us the earlier yr: “Carrie and Mike have an ideal life and a really sturdy marriage — one which their associates envy. They are fully dedicated to one another and in it for the long term.”
Keep scrolling to see the candy issues Underwood has mentioned about motherhood through the years, from her post-baby physique to her rookie parenting mistake.