Carrie Underwood Gives Fans a Look at Her Life in Quarantine as Her Husband Gives Their Son a Haircut
God bless this couple for stepping up to keep us all entertained during this difficult time!
Like millions of other Americans, country music star Carrie Underwood has spent the last few weeks in quarantine amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Now, she’s giving fans a look at what life is like for her in quarantine as she socially isolates with her husband Mike Fisher and their two sons.
On Saturday, Underwood took to social media to post a video of Fisher, a former professional hockey player, cutting their 5 year-old son Isaiah’s hair.
“Back yard hair cuts with @mfisher1212,” Underwood wrote one the photo, which was posted to her Instagram story. She followed this with another photo that included the words “I’m next” along with an emoji of a woman getting her hair cut. A third picture said “JK,” indicating that Underwood was just kidding.
Underwood and Fisher have certainly been staying busy in quarantine, as they have been parenting Isaiah and his 15 month-old little brother. A few weeks ago, Underwood shared a photo of Fisher laying on his back on the floor, holding up a kiddo on each arm, airplane- style.
“Mornings at the Fisher house,” she captioned the image, adding in two airplane emojis.
This comes one month after Underwood and Fisher shared a video urging fans to practice social distancing amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
“To help the health of our community, we’re asking everyone to stay at home as much as possible and practice social distancing,” Fisher said in the video, with Underwood adding, “That’s right, working together we can stop the spread of COVID-19.”
“Do your part, stay apart,” the couple said at the same time before Fisher concluded the video with, “God bless you guys.”
Later on in April, Underwood went viral when she performed her song “Drinking Alone” with a glass of wine from her couch.
“This song actually seems to be striking a chord, more than ever with a lot of you these days, especially while so many of us are riding things out at home,” she said. “Just remember though, we’re not really alone. We are alone together. And that is exactly how we’re gonna get through this mess.”
— Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) April 6, 2020
God bless Carrie Underwood for stepping up to keep us all entertained during this difficult time!