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It’s fall, y’all! And while some of us are mainlining pumpkin spice lattes until the supply runs out, others are kicking back and enjoying the more favorable temperatures and nature’s artwork. Bona fide country girl Carrie Underwood is definitely enjoying the change in season with her little family, and she’s taking us along.

Carrie, husband Mike Fisher, and their toddler, Isaiah, made a trip to one of their favorite middle Tennessee destinations, Lucky Ladd Farm in Eagleville, for a little fall fun. And while the farm is brimming with activities no matter the season, this time of year is especially busy with a full-size sweet corn maze and a pumpkin patch.

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Since this year’s maze is a nod to Nashville’s NHL Predators, the team that Mike was captain for, the family obviously had to have a try at it.

🌽🏒❤️ . . . . . . . . . . . #preds #predators #nhl #cornmaze @predsnhl @nhl @usatodaysports

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But it turns out that even though Mike is an avid outdoorsman, the maze was a little more challenging than he expected.

In an Instagram post, Carrie said, “Got lost in a sweet corn maze today at #luckyladdfarms Fortunately, @mfisher1212 had a map and saved us (or, we cheated and cut through the corn to get to the parking lot). Also saw lots of cute animals and got some 🎃 for the porch! 👍”

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Carrie’s little lamb, Isaiah, had a bomb-diggity time at Lucky Ladd as well, getting up close and personal with the farm’s four-legged community. The country star has often mentioned that she hopes to have her own rural address someday, and it sure looks like Baby Izzy supports that dream. In fact, he’s picked a sheep to count when he heads off to the land of Nod.

A family field trip is truly ah-MAZE-ing for Carrie Underwood and her men Instagram/@CarrieUnderwood
Based in Nashville, Tammy is a 20-year veteran of the country music community. She has worked in marketing, PR and artist development in the past. Follow her @TammyGooGoo and join the conversation @RareCountry
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