Carrie Underwood Shares 'Multitasking' Routine, Prepares for an Outing While Caring for Her Baby
Country music singer Carrie Underwood was pumping milk and getting glam for ACM Awards at the same time.
Underwood, 36, who welcomed her second son, Jacob Bryan, on January 21, definitely knows the power of multitasking.
"Thank you for helping us new mommas out here feel normal about our bodies and pumping!"
Ahead of her performance at the 2019 Academy of Country Music Awards recently, the multi-awarded singer took to Instagram to share a photo of herself, showing her dolled-up in full makeup.
Underwood revealed in the caption that she was using a breast pump as she got ready.
"Getting ready for my performance.......also pumping," she wrote, while using the hashtags #Multitasking, #ACMAwards, #Southbound, and #LetsDoThis.
The post quickly got a positive response from her fans.
"Haha multitasking at it's finest," one fan said. "Wonder how many moms can say they pumped and performed. You look stunning, friend!"
"Thank you for helping us new mommas out here feel normal about our bodies and pumping!" added another.
"So beautiful and talented. Such an amazing lady," a third fan commented. "Love following your career and your amazing husband and babies! So happy for you! God bless you and yours!"
Underwood, who tied the knot with NHL player Mike Fisher in July 2010, was nominated for female vocalist of the year.
During the ACMs, she performed her new track "Southbound" and collaborated with "This Is Us" star Chrissy Metz on the actress' song, "I'm Standing with You," from her upcoming movie "Breakthrough."
Ahead of the show, Underwood, who is also mom to son Isaiah, 4, chatted with PEOPLE, where she imparted that her newborn son with husband Fisher has been so great in Las Vegas.
“Last night the air was getting to him, so we were up for a while, but that’s life with a 2½-month-old,” she said. “He’s great. He’s a sweetie.”
Last month, Underwood revealed in an Instagram post that the journey to accomplishing her "body after baby" has been difficult.