One of the many tender delights of a first-time mother is to watch her child sleep so peacefully. And Carrie Underwood shared her experience, as well as gave people their first glimpse of him, by posting a photo of her baby boy. Read on for more details.
On Sunday, March 29, Underwood posted on Instagram a photo of her now one-month old son, Isaiah Michael Fisher. The photo showed a sleeping Isaiah with one hand holding a mini Nashville Predators hockey stick. The toy was in reference to his father Mike Fisher’s hockey team where he plays as a center. It was then captioned with, “The Predators are in the playoffs! Just waiting to get called up! #PutMeInCoach.”
This photo may not be the first photo Underwood posted of her son, but it’s the first to show his face. The first photo she posted of him was when she announced his birth, though merely showing his little hand. In the said photo’s caption, Underwood revealed her son’s birthdate and his full name. Other details of his birth, on the other hand, were kept under wraps.
According to E! News, Isaiah is the first child born from Underwood and Fisher since their nearly five years of marriage. The couple first met back in 2008 during one of Underwood’s concerts. After some time of dating, they were engaged in 2009. Finally, on July 2010, they were married in Greensboro, Georgia.
In a previous radio interview, Underwood revealed that though she and her husband have pretty much suspected already that their child is a boy. They asked their doctor to write their baby’s gender down and kept it in an envelope which they later read it in a restaurant. She also added that they had a hard time picking out a name for their son that would suit his family name ‘Fisher.’ They even trying out some hilarious names.
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