Carrie Underwood will soon be singing lullabies around the old homestead. The country singer announced Monday that she's expecting her first child with her husband, Mike Fisher.
The 31-year-old shared her happy news on Labor Day, of course, posting a photo of herself with her two dogs, Ace and Penny, who had on "big brother" and "big sister" shirts.
"In honor of "Labor" Day... Ace & Penny would like to make an announcement," wrote the "Mama's Song" crooner. "Their parents couldn't be happier!"
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Fisher retweeted Underwood's announcement, then followed with another funny post about baby names, writing, "We haven't picked names yet but it's looking like Fly is gonna fly. #boyorgirl #flyfisher."
The American Idol winner and her hockey player husband, 34, met at one of her concerts in 2008. They tied the knot at the Ritz-Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation in Greensboro, Georgia, in July 2010.
The adorable couple recently did the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge together, getting a big soaking from a bulldozer. The songstress didn't let on in the video that three of them were getting dunked.
Underwood was in no rush to start a family. Just last year, she admitted she felt that she was "too young" to become a mom.
"It's so funny, I still think of myself I guess being much younger than I actually am," she said to Marie Claire in June 2013. "I'm like, I'm too young to have kids when I'm 29 years old, so I'm really not [ready]. I have only been married two years. I really want to enjoy that and really figure that out a little better before we start throwing so much responsibility into that."
However, she did have a number in mind. She told Access Hollywood in 2012 that Mike wanted a big family, while she felt that two kids was the right number.
"I think I'll win that battle," she said with a wink, though admitted she would also be open to adopting later on.
Well, she's on her way to her first — and that in itself is wonderful news.