Carrie Underwood is one of the most successful country artists of her generation. Outside of her music career, Carrie enjoys spending time at home with her husband, retired hockey player Mike Fisher, and their two sons, Isaiah and Jacob.
Carrie and Mike rarely post photos of their sons on social media. When they do, the pictures often hide the boys’ faces, or are older photos from when they were much younger.
Isaiah did have a small moment in the spotlight at age five. Carrie recorded “The Little Drummer Boy” with him for her 2020 Christmas album, My Gift.
The boys occasionally get the chance to watch their mom perform. They’ve seen her Vegas residency and have also watched her sing on tour.
Carrie is currently on the second leg of her Denim & Rhinestones tour. She performed in Charleston, West Virginia on Valentine’s Day this year.
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Isaiah and Jacob made sure their mama felt appreciated on Valentine’s Day by making her some cards. Carrie posted photos of their adorable creations on her Instagram Story.
“Dear Mom, you work so hard all the time. You are so loving when I am sick. I hope you have a happy Valentines Day. Love, Isaiah,” Carrie’s eldest son wrote on his Valentine’s Day card to her. His card was shaped like a heart and was beautifully colored with all the colors of the rainbow.
By nature of his age, Jacob’s Valentine’s Day card was a little less detailed than Isaiah’s…but still so cute!
The words “I love you to pieces” were printed on the card, as was a heart with a black outline. Jacob filled the heart with bits of colorful tissue paper.
Carrie clearly loved her Valentine’s Day gifts from her boys! They seem like the sweetest little guys.
Hear Carrie talk about her sons in the video below.