Carrie Underwood’s Son Isaiah Had a Blast at Her Concert
Not all heroes wear capes--some take center stage and deliver an electrifying concert. Isaiah Fisher the 4-year-old son of Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher took his first show at the Legacy Arena at The BJCC in Birmingham, Alabama, on May 3.
According to Mike Fisher’s Instagram post, the little one had a blast at the showroom and kept shouting “Mommy I love you” every time Carrie was near the area. He said, “His mommy is a rockstar on and off stage.”
The experience of the concert was showcased with cute pictures of the family and Isaiah getting a great view from atop his dad’s shoulders. Although Mike quoted, “The pictures don’t do it justice what a show!!” The glimpses of Mike and Isaiah supporting Carrie are enough to warm our hearts.
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What a night! This is Izzy’s first tour show that he’ll remember. He had a blast and kept yelling “mommy I love you” when she came close!! His mommy is a rockstar on stage and off the stage. Touring with a 3 month old is brave to say the least but if anyone can do it she sure can!!... The pictures don’t do it justice what a show!! #cryprettytour
Young Isaiah was accompanied by his father Mike Fisher, a retired NHL star at the ‘Cry Pretty’ tour stop and the father-son duo was cheering Carrie on all throughout. Someone did miss the concert because he was probably in bed.
The youngest Fisher Jacob is just 3 months old but not to worry, he has many more of mommy’s performances to look forward to.
“Touring with a 3-month-old is brave, to say the least, but if anyone can do it she sure can!!” Mike said. Previously, he mentioned how his wife is a rockstar on and off stage so we can bet on her tour with Jacob to sail smooth.
Carrie replied to Mike’s Instagram post with nothing short of sweet, “I'm the luckiest wife/mom in the whole wide world to have my boys in the audience watching me! Love you!!!”
The country star also shared that she loves how she has work where she can bring along her family and they can be a part of it. She also states that the collision of her personal and professional life makes for a wonderful mess.