Carrie Underwood's Husband Mike Fisher Shares Sweet Family Moment with Sons during Fishing Trip
Over the weekend, Carrie Underwood’s husband took their boys on a family outing. Mike Fisher went on a fishing trip with their two sons and shared an image on Instagram.
Former hockey player Mike Fisher went on a fishing trip over the 4th of July weekend with his sons Isaiah Michael, 5, and Jacob Bryan, 1. He shared an adorable image on Instagram of the older boy catching a small fish while on a boat with his younger brother.
A GREAT OLDER BROTHER
When he was just three, Fisher shared an adorable photo of them smiling together while holding a fish. At the time, the sportsman had a day off from the Nashville Predators.
In his recent post, he praised Isaiah for being a “great” older sibling and having a “huge heart!!” The former athlete shared how much he loved watching his two sons grow up.
THANKING GOD FOR THE LITTLE MOMENTS
However, he admitted that at times he wished he could pause their growth process by pressing a button. He concluded his post stating:
“All you can do is take it in and thank God for these little moments!”
UNDERWOOD SHARES PHOTOS
Underwood took to her Instagram Story to share a photo of some flowers and a dish her children helped to make. The country musician is currently not on tour due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease.
Jacob Fisher was welcomed after his mother suffered several miscarriages.
CARRIE’S CHRISTMAS ALBUM
She also has no intention of releasing a new album. In March 2020, she released a book, and this fall she intends on producing her first Christmas album.
CARRIE AND MIKE’S NEW HOBBY
In the meantime, Underwood and Fisher have been trying out beekeeping as a new hobby. The pair got married in 2010 and have suffered several miscarriages on their way to parenthood.
The country musician had three different miscarriages before she was able to carry little Jacob to term. She and her husband have spoken openly about their struggles.
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