Carrie Underwood's Oldest Son Teaches His Little Brother How To Fish

Carrie Underwood's family spent some time fishing over the Fourth of July weekend!

The country star's husband, Mike Fisher, turned to Instagram to share a photo of their two sons, 5-year-old, Isaiah and 1-year-old Jacob dropping a line in on a fishing boat. In the photo, which appears to be taken on a small pond, Isaiah is showing his little brother how it's done as he reels in a fish.

"Isaiah showing Jacob the ropes," Fishers wrote in the caption. "He’s a great big brother with a huge heart!!"

He adds, "I Love watching these 2 grow up but sometimes you just want to press the pause button! All you can do is take it in and thank God for these little moments!"

Underwood and Fisher have been enjoying extra time with their boys and each other at their new home out side of Nashville.

Recently, the "Drinking Alone" singer revealed a new hobby she and her husband picked up during quarantine- beekeeping. Underwood turned to TikTok to share a video of the couple wearing beekeeping suits while taking care of their bees.

Additionally, Underwood and Fisher have been opening up about their personal life like never before in a video series, Mike and Carrie: God & Country. The four-part series of short films, for the non-profit I Am Second, offers fans a look into the couple's personal lives as they discuss some of the most challenging moments they've had to overcome together.

In the second episode titled "The Wrestle," the couple gets candid about the three miscarriages suffered and how they worked through it. Episodes are available for fans to watch here!

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