Carrie Underwood shared a rare photo of all three of her boys together on her Instagram account this week. The country superstar posted an adorable new snap of her husband Mike Fisher and their two sons, 5-year-old Isaiah and 1-year-old Jacob, as they pretended to be planes while being lifted up by their dad.
Mike showed off his impressive strength in the photo as he lay on his back on a rug over their wooden floor while managing to lift his sons up off the ground. The retired hockey player pushed both of his boys up with only one hand each — Isaiah in his left hand and Jacob in his right.
The adorable twosome appeared to pretend to take flight, as Isaiah put both of his arms out to his sides like wings.
Carrie shared the photo with two plane emoji in the caption as she offered a look at their new morning routine in lockdown.The trio all kept things pretty casual while entertaining each other during another week at home.
Mike and Jacob almost matched in their attire, which appeared to be their PJs. The father-son duo both rocked navy long-sleeved tops and gray marl sweatpants.
As for Isaiah, he also rocked his PJs for another morning at home. He looked super cute in his nightwear, which included a shirt with red sleeves and navy pants covered in a cartoon monster print.
The trio was surrounded by family items as they enjoyed their time at home, including a highchair and several toys on the floor.The sweet family photo caught the attention of a number of Carrie's famous friends.
Kimberly Williams-Paisley — who is wife to Carrie's close friend and fellow country star Brad Paisley — commented, "Looks like a great airline!"
The two often interact on social media, with Carrie recently joking about a hilarious video Kim shared of her husband tied up in the pantry during the lockdown.
Trevor McNevan, frontman of the band Thousand Foot Krutch, also commented on Carrie's snap. He used a praising and a crying emoji and wrote, "Yess!!"
A number of Carrie's other 9.6 million followers shared their thoughts on the photo as well.One wrote, "Beautiful family!"
Another gushed, "This is the cutest thing ever and look at Jacob and Mike twinning," with a loudly crying and a red heart emoji.
The singer shared the message as she held up a pink piece of paper after being tagged to take part in the viral challenge by Dolly Parton.