Carrie Underwood Lets Isaiah Skip Bedtime to See Her Perform

Underwood just wanted to make her child proud, like when she used to do the same for her parents when she was a kid.

Carrie Underwood Lets Isaiah Skip Bedtime to See Her Perform
NASHVILLE, TN - APRIL 29: Country artist and wife of Mike Fisher #12 of the Nashville Predators Carrie Underwood sings the National Anthem prior to Game Two of the Western Conference Second Round against the Winnipeg Jets during the 2018 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at Bridgestone Arena on April 29, 2018 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by John Russell/NHLI via Getty Images)

It isn’t the norm when your parent just so happens to be one of the biggest country stars on the planet. For little Isaiah Fisher though, he falls to the exception and cheers on his mom, Carrie Underwood, whenever he can.

At the Nashville Predators playoff game Sunday night (4/29), Underwood went down on the ice before the match began to sing the National Anthem in front of a rowdy crowd. One special person in the audience, though, gave her the confidence to finish strong in her notes and give it her all during her rendition: her son.

“As a child, I wanted nothing more than to make my parents proud of me…and now, as a mother, I want to make my child proud… He never really gets to see me sing because he’s in bed before I go on stage, but last night he was there to watch his daddy play…and he also got see his mommy sing for a minute. Thanks, @iveychilders for catching this little moment…my heart is happy…🇺🇸❤️,” Underwood wrote alongside the video.

It looks as though Isaiah even gets really giddy when he sees his mother stepping out into the rink to sing “The Star-Spangled Banner” and roots for her in his cute manner.

Isaiah and Underwood also got to see Mike Fisher shine during the face-off, as the Predators beat out the Winnipeg Jets in a 5-4 score result after two rounds of overtime.

Underwood’s forthcoming record, Cry Pretty, will arrive later this fall.