One of our favorite Christmas songs is George Strait’s “Christmas Cookies.” Do you know it? The lyrics tell the story of a man who loves the cookies his wife bakes so much that he can’t stop eating them. It sounds like little Isaiah Fisher, the son of Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher, might follow suit.
Carrie shared a pair of pictures on her Instagram page and said that she and her “little man” made Christmas cookies. And while many families do this every year, she admits, “I actually don’t think I’ve ever made Christmas cookies before, but this will definitely be a new tradition in the Fisher household!”
From the looks of those pictures, you’d never know that Carrie had never done any holiday cookie baking before. That is a solid Christmas tree sugar cookie under all of that frosting. And sugar. And candy dots.
Yes, Carrie also reveals, “Newsflash: Isaiah likes frosting (shocker)! 🎄”
Yeah, buddy. Same!
And hey, a second glance at that photo and we see the little paw of either Ace or Penny probably waiting for a cookie crumb or candy dot to hit the floor. Their turf, their food, you know?
OK, Carrie — time to write your own song about your holiday treats like George’s “Christmas Cookies” or Clint Black’s “Milk and Cookies.”
Actually, can we vote for an entire holiday album from the Oklahoma country girl? That would make a lovely Christmas gift for fans!
We haven’t heard much from Carrie since she broke her wrist in November after taking a tumble down the steps in front of her house. We do know that the injury required surgery and that husband Mike, who was out of town on a hunting trip, immediately flew back home to help care for his wife and their son, who will celebrate his third birthday at the end of February. But we’re happy to see that it looks like she’s doing better now.
We’re also happy to see Carrie as a four time-nominee in this year’s Rare Country Awards! Carrie is nominated for Female Artist, Story of the Year, Opry Moment with Reba McEntire and Duet of the Year with Keith Urban in the Rare Country Awards, and it’s up to you to decide the winners. Vote now through Dec. 13 at RareCountryAwards.com. Winners will be revealed during a livestreamed concert event on Dec. 14 in Nashville.