Pregnant Carrie Underwood says that her son Isaiah is a mama's boy wants all her attention for himself
The singer has now started to wonder whether her second kid will be more of a Daddy’s boy or girl, after seeing Isaiah's tantrums
Carrie Underwood is going to have a tough time giving her attention to her newborn now! According to a new update, the pregnant songstress revealed that her 3½-year-old son Isaiah Michael doesn’t quite grasp how the parenting dynamic will undergo a massive shift once the new baby is born and comes home..
“[Isaiah] told me recently that when the new baby comes that Daddy could have that baby and then he could be mine,” said Underwood, 35, calling her son “my guy” but admitting, “His world is about to get rocked.”
“He loves me. He looks at me and talks to me and interacts with me like nobody else on this planet,” she adds. “He’ll stare at me and I’m like, ‘What are you looking at?’ And he’s like, ‘I just love you.’ What kid does that?”
“He’s just the sweetest,” the 'Cry Pretty' singer praised Isaiah. “He’s just my guy. He cuddles and kisses on me. So I’m hoping this next one has some of that personality.”
And what's even more interesting is that with her son Isaiah's behavior the way it is now, the singer has started to wonder whether her second kid will be more of a Daddy’s boy or girl. “Maybe this next one will be all Mike’s,” Underwood says. “Maybe that will be how it works out. Mike needs some love too. I feel bad for him sometimes.”
However, currently, the singer is focused on her hosting skills, for she will soon be co-hosting for the 11th year in a row alongside Brad Paisley at Wednesday night’s CMA Awards. News of Underwood's baby boy being difficult with her mom's attention comes only a week after her husband Mike Fischer recreated her famous song 'Before He Cheats' in the form of a parody as an ode to her clothing brand 'Catchin' Deers'.
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Titled 'Before He Bleats', Fisher released the spoof video in support of Underwood's clothing brand with the song taking a clear stance on hunting. The original song was released in 2005 and was a smash hit. It continues to remain one of the most well-known songs of Underwood's career.
Fisher gave the inside story behind the project and how it came to be, "I think most people know she's not a hunting fan, so I think she wanted to be able to plead the fifth and then be surprised," he quipped. "We just wanted to have fun with it [and] obviously, showcase my vocal talent." He reportedly changed the famous lyric "Maybe next time he'll think before he cheats," into "Maybe next time she'll think before she bleats."