It might be tricky to find a reason to laugh right now, but Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher’s son Jacob has enough infectious giggles to go around. On August 31, Fisher shared a video of his youngest boy, 1, riding a toy ATV, and every time he pressed the gas, the toddler exploded with laughter.
“The laugh.....” Fisher captioned the clip. In it, Jacob is followed by the family’s german shepherd, Zero, who makes him chuckle even harder. Fans adored the precious moment.
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“It looks like 🐶 is trying to herd him from the drive way,” one wrote. “Zero is such a good baby sitter!! 😂” another added. “Our dog does the same thing to our kids!! I’m scared she won’t move out of the way soon enough!!” someone else commented. “Soo cute!”
Many said that the video gave them a much needed laugh. “Oh my goodness his laugh is contagious!! I couldn’t help but laugh out loud!!❤️❤️” one person responded. “The genuine belly laughs are the most amazing gift !!! Such a blessing !!! ❤️,” another wrote. “That laugh is priceless,” another added. “Enjoy these moments. They truly go by so fast.”
Of course, it wouldn’t be the internet without one negative comment. A follower asked why Jacob wasn’t wearing a helmet, and Fisher replied, “That would be the equivalent of you wearing a helmet running on the grass😂 sorry but I had to #powerwheels.”
The adorable vignette from their daily life comes shortly after Underwood announced the track list of her holiday album, My Gift, revealing that her and Fisher’s first born, Isaiah will be featured on the record. “I can’t wait for you all to hear ‘Hallelujah’ written by and sung with the incredible @JohnLegend,” the singer wrote on Instagram. “And a very special version of ‘Little Drummer Boy’ featuring my own little drummer boy, Isaiah.”
The family celebrated his fifth birthday in February, and Jake’s first in January. They call Jake a “miracle baby” after Underwood experienced multiple miscarriages in the four years between the two children, which inspired her album Cry Pretty.
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