Baby number two is officially on the way for Carrie Underwood and her husband, Mike Fisher, but perhaps not everyone is thrilled about the new addition.
During a recent interview with People Magazine, the country star told the publication that her son recently shared some thoughts with her about the new baby.
Apparently, not being the only child any longer might be a bit of an adjustment for the three-year-old, as he told his mom that once the baby is born, it can be his daddy's baby and Isaiah can have his mom to himself.
In truth, Carrie said that sometimes she feels bad for Mike because little Isaiah does seem to gravitate to her more than her husband, adding that her son really adores her.
While it sounds like the family will have some adjusting to do once the new baby arrives, we're sure there's enough love to go around. We're also pretty confident Isaiah will be a great big brother.
You can read the full interview by clicking here.
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