Mother Carrie Underwood of Nashville enjoys life. As her youngest son, Jacob, celebrated his fifth birthday by playing hockey on a frozen pond close to the family’s home, she recently posted a number of pictures and videos to Instagram.
“A unique five-year-old’s wonderful birthday! Our pond was perfectly frozen over for a nighttime skate! How delightful! Jake, happy birthday! She stated in the caption, “I know you wouldn’t have wanted it any other way.” Along with her husband, Mike Fisher, Underwood is the mother of Isaiah, who will turn 9 next month. In anticipation of her return to Las Vegas for her residency at the Resorts World Theater in March, the family enjoyed the snowy weather.
They bought the Tennessee land in 2011 and have been residing there ever since the house’s renovations were finished in 2018. The family lovingly refers to the land as EH-OK Farm, and it has a barn on which they keep horses and cattle. Underwood and Fisher were constructing their “forever home,” as she revealed to Country Living in 2016, although she usually keeps her personal life quiet. In 2016, she clarified to Redbook that the “real” Carrie Underwood is not the same as her theatrical image.
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However, that is not the same as being onstage, which I adore. This is not Carrie Underwood at all. It is Carrie Underwood, all right. For the rest of my life, I will have the feeling that I am a tremendous letdown to other people. If I were to run into someone at the grocery store, for example, I would be completely at a loss for words because I would not be carrying a microphone or wearing any bling at the time. They anticipate that I will be “Carrie Underwood,” but in reality, I am just Carrie Underwood. I am truly sorry! As she put it,.
When she does, however, reveal glimpses of Carrie Underwood, who lives at home, it is abundantly evident that she is a proud mother. In 2016, when Isaiah was almost two years old, she gave an interview to Redbook in which she discussed her experiences as a first-time mother and her career while traveling.
“I definitely feel like it’s changed me as a person,” according to her. The happier I am. Most of the time, I have a more positive attitude. As he watches cartoons, I will be watching him. I will be watching him. You have my undivided affection. It brings me great joy to be able to hug him and smell him when he is in a sleeping state. He has no idea that I am staring at him with my eyes wide open and my mouth hanging open!
According to Carrie Underwood, “Sometimes I feel guilty that this is my son’s life.” This is in reference to the life of a musician who goes on tour. While we are staying in a hotel room, we are living on a bus. In addition, there are instances when we find ourselves in the midst of nowhere, which is not a very pleasant experience. It is not all glitz and glamour. We are fortunate to have a nanny who is able to assist us, particularly when we are traveling. However, if I were to ask someone to watch him at home while I went to the grocery store, I would suffer from severe guilt.
In the caption, she provided further explanation, saying, “My loving sons came to witness their mother’s very first performance!” There were at least a few songs that Jakey was able to catch before he drifted off to dream land. Carrie Underwood claims that her sons can’t quite wrap their heads around the fact that their mother is a famous celebrity. “I feel like Isaiah, who’s 7½, he’s becoming more aware that it’s not normal,” she commented on “Today” during the year 2022.
“He’ll go to school, and someone will be like, ‘I saw your mom on TV last night,’” said Underwood further. “He’s just becoming more aware that his mom does something that’s not normal.” When Carrie Underwood is able to, she takes her family on a tour with her. Despite the fact that she has won several Grammys, she is most excited to surprise her sons with her performance.
“One of my favorite things about the #CryPrettyTour360 is having my family out on the road with me,” she wrote in the caption of a photo that she posted on Instagram in 2019. The photo was of one of her sons watching her perform on stage. All I can do is hope that I am able to make my sons proud of their mother.
More recently, the Oklahoma native uploaded a video of her boys watching the concert while she was on tour in 2022. In the video, she said, “One was blowing me kisses; one was sleeping soundly.”
When Underwood does post a picture of her sons on social media, she almost always does so from the back, without showing their faces. This is because she prefers to keep her sons’ faces disguised. Despite the fact that she never mentioned the exact change in her approach, she did discuss her displeasure with bullying on social media in an interview that she gave to Redbook in 2016.
According to what she shared with the publication, “I feel like bullies have changed the way I react to the world.” It is important to maintain a connection with your audience, and I used to have the impression that I could utilize social media to communicate with people and truly have that kind of interaction.
You eventually reach a point where there are an excessive number of individuals who are being cruel to you and saying mean things to you, most likely in order to generate a reaction from you. At that time, I was thinking to myself, “I don’t know if I can do this.” “You have to have a barrier up, which is sad.”
In a 2023 interview on “Today,” Underwood disclosed that she and other parents at the school where her sons are enrolled are making an effort to prevent their children from using their phones and from using social media for “as long as possible.”
“There’s been like a whole grassroots initiative within their school and a bunch of parents getting together and discussing how we can keep our kids kind of away from technology,” according to her. “Especially like social media and stuff like that, as long as possible.”