The singer is mom to sons Isaiah and Jacob, whom she shares with husband Mike Fisher
Carrie Underwood is proudly displaying her kids' artwork.
The country singer, 40, debuted her family Christmas tree on her Instagram Story, showing off a few sweet ornaments seemingly made by her sons. In the middle of the tree, a circular ornament hangs with "Jacob" written across the bottom, featuring a photo of the musician's 4-year-old son.
Close to the first ornament, another circular picture hangs, this one of son Isaiah, 8, from when he was younger, wearing a Santa hat.
"Fisher family Christmas tree 2023!" Underwood wrote across the image.
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Underwood shares her two boys with husband Mike Fisher.
In March, Underwood shared the sweet letters her sons wrote to celebrate her on her milestone 40th birthday.
"Things Jake loves about me…" Underwood wrote with her first post, alongside three heart emojis and a picture of son Jacob's note. The paper, sweetly titled "Things I love about mommy," listed things such as, "When she kisses me," "How much she loves me," "She's beautiful," "Her snuggles" and "When she dresses up."
In the next slide, Underwood wrote, "4 Things Isaiah loves about me" with a snap of her son Isaiah''s letter. In the note, which read like a poem, Underwood's oldest wrote, "4 Things I Love about Mommy! I love her snuggles, I love her kisses, I love her singing and most of all I love her love!"
That same month, she showcased the sweet souvenir her kids got her to always keep her thinking of them on the road.
The singer showed off the adorable gift from her sons on her Instagram Story, snapping a picture of the decorated pillow the boys created for her tour bus.
"New decor for the bus courtesy of my boys and @rachelramsey82 ❤️❤️❤️," Underwood captioned the picture of the pillow propped up on a seat.
The canvas pillow featured red and blue drawings from her boys, as well as text that read, "We Love You, Mommy! Love, Isaiah and Jacob."
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