Carrie Underwood’s Little Son Steals the Show during a Rare Public Appearance
On Monday, former NFL player Mike Fisher’ attended a Nashville Predators game with his son Isaiah. The former athlete was honored at the game and his son got to drop the puck.
The little boy stole the show as he adorably dropped the ceremonial puck to get the game going.
Mike Fisher’s son, Isaiah, 3, became the highlight of Monday night’s game when he made a rare appearance walking hand-in-hand with his father to drop the ceremonial puck. The little boy was seen adorably smiling and laughing for the cameras.
On January 21, Isaiah became a big brother after the birth of his younger sibling, Jacob Bryan. He and his father were attending the Nashville Predators versus the Edmonton Oilers.
A video segment showed Mike’s highlights on the big screen of when he used to play for the Predators. Isaiah could be seen pointing at his father as he acknowledged the segment.
Before dropping the ceremonial puck, the 3-year-old was seen playing with it and at one point he even tried to take a bite out of the puck. Carrie Underwood’s son, who turns 4 on February 27, stuck his tongue out as he took to the ice while holding his father’s hand.
Isaiah had his picture taken before dropping the puck for the game. He was pictured fist bumping with the players and hugging his father’s leg before running off.
The former Predators' captain was also honored with a framed picture at the game. Underwood didn’t travel with her family to Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena for the game.
Isaiah’s family and friends chose to celebrate his birthday ahead of time. They held a party for him over the weekend and the cake was absolutely amazing!
On Instagram, Underwood revealed a picture of the incredible cake. It had a polka-dot base, Kermit the Frog lying on his stomach across with his feet in the air and he wore a “4” birthday hat.
His mother revealed that the little toddler’s favorite movie was “Muppets Most Wanted.”