Carrie Underwood's husband Mike Fisher shared an adorable video to his Instagram account this week that featured him playing with his youngest son, 1-year-old Jacob, whom he shares with Carrie. The impossibly sweet video, shared on Thursday, July 16, showed the retired hockey player as he spent some quality time with his little boy, who just couldn't stop giggling.
The clip, which can be seen via Mike's Instagram story here, started off by showing the father of two as he held either side of his son's torso in front of him.
The 40-year-old athlete -- who recently revealed his country side on Carrie's TikTok account when they took a trip to Wyoming to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary -- displayed his strength, lifting the little guy all the way above his head while little Jacob laughed uncontrollably. The youngster's loud laughs brought a big smile to Mike's face.
He then lowered the little guy back down and looked in his eyes before putting him back above his head. Jacob kicked his legs and let out another big laugh.
The former Nashville Predators Captain pulled his boy back down and made a funny face as the toddler began to put his hands on his dad's face. They looked lovingly at one another.
In a caption posted alongside the story, Mike admitted that Jacob's laugh was the "best sound in the world!!"
Carrie and Mike's youngest appeared to be in his PJs during his playtime with dad. He wore a dark gray set with patterned bottoms and mustard yellow trims around his legs and arms.
Mike's ensemble almost matched his little guy's. The athlete kept things casual for morning playtime in a pair of gray sweatpants and a gray t-shirt.
One of the Fisher/Underwood family's dogs also got in on the action. Their German Shepherd, named Zero, could be seen wandering around in the shot.
The latest look at little Jacob came shortly after Carrie's husband treated his Instagram followers to a rare look at their two boys together.
The couple shares another son, 5-year-old Isaiah, and earlier this week, Mike posted a photo of the two of them fishing on a boat. In that post, he wrote that Isaiah was showing his little brother "the ropes." Though the snap only showed the back of the brothers' heads, it was one of only a handful of photos the couple has publicly shared of the two boys together since he and Carrie welcomed Jacob into the world back in January 2019.