Looks like Carrie Underwood's son made some adorable new friends Matt Cowan/Getty Images
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When country music superstar Carrie Underwood has some extra time on her hands, she does what amazing moms do best. She plans a mommy and son date.

And, she did just that during a recent trip to Hershey, Pennsylvania.

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On Saturday, Oct. 1, Carrie was scheduled to play a show at the Giant Center but had a few hours to kill. So, she and her baby boy, Isaiah Michael Fisher, ventured off to a nearby theme park.

And, yes. Cuteness ensued!

A series of photos, which Carrie posted on Instagram, shows that the adorable toddler met with the cast of “Sesame Street.” Elmo, Big Bird, the Cookie Monster and the rest of the gang were all on hand to say hello to the cutie pie!

Carrie captioned the adorable post above, “Since we were in the area…we got the chance to make Isaiah’s day! Thanks, #sesameplace for the fun! We all had a blast!”

Carrie wasn’t kidding! Another shot shows Isaiah sharing a warm embrace with the one and only Elmo.

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Isaiah ❤️s ELMO!!! #sesameplace

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But, the last image proves that he had the best time ever. Just see for yourself!

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I call this photo: Sesame OD #sesameplace

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The photo above shows Isaiah lying down surrounded by his new, furry friends. Carrie writes, “I call this photo: Sesame OD #sesameplace.”

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According to E! News, Isaiah even enjoyed a few rides, while spending time at the park. In addition to that, the family grabbed some popcorn and sat in on the show, “Who Said Boo?!,” which features characters Elmo, Zoe, Abby Cadabby, Cookie Monster, Telly and The Count.

Carrie is currently on the fall leg of her The Storyteller Tour. On Oct 4, she will make her way to the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. From there, she’ll head to BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee on Oct. 5.

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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