Carrie Underwood Shares the ‘Really Sweet’ Things Her Son Isaiah Is Doing to Prepare for a Sibling

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Carrie Underwood’s 3-year-old son, Isaiah, is getting ready to be a big brother! 

The 35-year-old country crooner -- sporting Seraphine leggings -- visited The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday, where she opened up about her pregnancy, which she publicly announced last month.

"We’re excited to add to the family,” she told host Fallon.

When asked if Isaiah is aware that he’s about to become a brother, Underwood replied, "I don’t think for real he does. He’ll be really sweet and talk to my belly and kiss my belly. He’s the sweetest little boy. I mean, no kid can really know that their life is going to change. He’ll just have to share mommy.”

Underwood and her husband, Mike Fisher, have tried to incorporate their son into the planning, which hasn’t always worked out. 

"We did ask him [if he had a name suggestion], and he did say, ‘Isaiah Michael Fisher,’ which is, of course, his name and would be confusing,” Underwood quipped. "He wants to name everything his name because he thinks that’s special.”

While the "Cry Pretty" singer is excited about baby no. 2, she is currently very focused on her son’s talents. When Fallon asked if she listens to Isaiah singing, she replied, "I try, is that wrong? I’m like judging my 3-and-a-half-year-old child to see if he can sing.”

Underwood clarified, "If he is not musically inclined, that is fine. I’m excited to find out what he loves and is passionate about and is good at, and I will support that. But I really want him to sing.”

Following Underwood’s pregnancy news, a source opened up to ET, saying, “This baby is incredibly exciting because it represents new beginnings after a very challenging year.” 

Underwood’s album, Cry Pretty, is available now, and she performed her new single, “Love Wins,” on The Tonight Show. 



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