Carrie Underwood recently shared an adorable photo on Instagram to celebrate her loving husband Mike Fisher on Father's Day. Carrie and her husband are loving parents to two beautiful boys, Isaiah Michael, 4, and Jacob Bryan, 4 months.
Father's Day was celebrated throughout the world and superstar country artiste, Carrie Underwood was not left out. The iconic singer took time out to celebrate her husband, Mike Fisher, with a cute Father' Day message as an appreciation for being such a loving husband and father.
The happy wife shared a photo of her boys with Mike doing his daddy duties as the kids were taking all his attention.
Mike Fisher was holding their four-month-old son Jacob on his laps, and the duo was joined by their older child, 4-year-old Isaiah who had Mike's head in a nunchaku hold, with the family dog nestled at his feet.
Expressing her heartfelt wishes on Instagram with a beautiful caption, the country singer wrote:
"I feel like this picture pretty much sums up fatherhood! To all the frog catching, bedtime story reading, wrestling, diaper changing, outside playing, adventure seeking, tickling, cuddling, loving dads out there, Happy Father's Day!@mfisher1212 your boys sure do love you and are so lucky to have you!"
In just 24 hours of sharing the photo, the post has garnered over 290,000 likes and several sweet comments from fans about how beautiful her family was.
A fan wrote:
"Happy Father's Day Mike Fisher. I love how the little one is looking up to his big brother."
Carrie welcomed her second son, Jacob Bryan Fisher on January 21, 2019, and announced the big news to the world via an Instagram post, two days after his birth. The proud mother shared photos of her newborn alongside herself, his father, Mike Fisher and thrilled elder brother, Isaiah.
The caption of the post read:
"Jacob Bryan Fisher entered the world in the wee hours of the morning on Monday...his mom, dad, and big brother couldn't be happier for God to trust them with taking care of this little miracle! Our hearts are full, our eyes are tired, and our lives are forever changed. Life is good…"