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This adorable video of Carrie Underwood's husband and son will melt your heart AP Images
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Much of the United States is in the throes of the winter season now with snow and ice blanketing much of the northern half of the country. Some folks love it and some hate it, but there’s no denying that it’s here to stay.

Still, there’s a sweet video floating around on social media that has us feeling so toasty warm that we could melt the ice that it takes place on.

We all know that Carrie Underwood had to leave her handsome husband, Mike Fisher, and precious baby boy, Isaiah, back in the states while she traveled to New Zealand and Australia as part of Keith Urban’s Ripcord World Tour. While we know she had a good time, there’s no doubt in our minds that she was missing her boys.

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There’s also no doubt Mike and Isaiah were missing Mama, too. But, instead of giving into the void in their household, the boys decided to use the time to do a little bonding, which included going to Mike’s workplace together.

If you didn’t know, Mike is the captain of Nashville’s NHL Predators, and we are full on in hockey season. After seeing this Instagram video, baby Isaiah could be following in daddy’s footsteps… or ice skates.

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While Carrie was away, Mike took the couple’s precious toddler to the rink, where the pair enjoyed some time on the ice. Isaiah may not quite be ready for skates yet, so Daddy improvised by pushing his young son around the arena in a plastic bucket. Mike also scooped Isaiah up and skated with him in his arms.

How did that ice not melt? Because our hearts sure did.

Based in Nashville, Tammy is a 20-year veteran of the country music community. She has worked in marketing, PR and artist development. Follow her @TammyGooGoo and join the conversation @RareCountry
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