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We tend to think that superstars live lives of elegance, opulence and sophistication. And we aren’t saying that Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher don’t, but it seems to us that most of the time, they’re just pretty regular folks, especially when it comes to raising their son, Isaiah.

Carrie and Mike recently shared photos of a family trip to Lucky Ladd Farms near Nashville where Isaiah had the chance to get up close and personal with the farm’s goats. And a plastic pool in their backyard gave us all a lot of enjoyment last year.


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But it turns out that when Carrie, Mike and Isaiah are at home, these superstars become superheroes.

On August 10, Carrie shared some photos on her Instagram page of how the whole family had some play time at home. And they are beyond super

With each of them wearing capes and masks, Isaiah, Mike and Carrie transformed themselves into a superhero family, much like “The Incredibles,” but with their own unique identities. Isaiah is “Catboy,” Mike is “Gekko” and Carrie is “Owlet.” (Click the arrow on the right of the first photo to see more.)

Just a typical Thursday night at the Fisher house…featuring Catboy, Gekko and Owlette! It's time to be a hero! #PJMasks

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Carrie doesn’t reveal what any of the superheroes’ respective super powers are because, well, superheroes don’t! That’s top secret stuff. But we suspect that Isaiah brings the bad guys to their knees with his overwhelming preciousness, Mike can stop a villain in their tracks by flinging shards of ice and, well, we all know that Carrie can bring down the house with her power vocals.

Fighting crime in Music City never looked so sweet.

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