Carrie Underwood Celebrates Her Son Isaiah's 6th Birthday: 'You Have the Biggest Heart'
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Happy Birthday Isaiah Michael Fisher!
On Saturday, Carrie Underwood gave her 6 year old son a sweet greeting.
"Today we celebrate Isaiah ... because today he is 6 years old! Isaiah, you are nice, funny, smart, the best big brother, a lover of cuddles and handicrafts and you have the biggest heart and the best imagination!" The mother of two, 37, wrote on Instagram.
"You love to make people feel good, and you especially love to make them laugh! God has given you so many gifts and I thank him every day for letting me be your mother! I love you, monkey Said Underwood, who shares sons Isaiah and Jacob 2 with husband Mike Fisher.
Along with the tribute message, the country star shared photos from Isaiah's Power Ranger party, including the cake made by Ivey Cake, a Tennessee bakery.
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Months before his birthday, Isaiah made a cameo on his mother's Christmas album My Gift and gave his singing voice for the cover of "Little Drummer Boy".
"The first time I heard it, I was laughing and crying at the same time because it was just that beautiful, pure moment of his," Underwood previously told PEOPLE (the TV show!) That she was playing the song through her son had heard. "He did a great job. He remembered the lyrics and sang them with all his heart."
And when asked if Isaiah understands that his mother is a famous singer, Underwood said she could "see little lightbulbs light up".
"It's mostly when other people talk to him about it," she explained. "When we're there with a little friend and the friend's mother says, 'Oooh, this is Carrie Underwood.' ""
In December, the My Gift: A Christmas Special from Carrie Underwood star PEOPLE said a huge silver lining could spend more time with her family amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
"I did my best to start each morning just by being grateful. We're all well now," Underwood said at the time. "And we have each other, and I just have to stay in a place that hasn't happened in a long time and really just watch, especially my youngest, to get to know him and watch him grow."
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