Carrie Underwood Shows Off Baby Boy In Picture

Carrie Underwood Shows Off Baby Boy In Picture
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One of the most successful “American Idol” winners Carrie Underwood is officially a mom, and a proud one, it seems, after posting a photograph of her son Isaiah Michael Fisher, who was born Feb 27.


It’s A Boy!

The picture shows baby Isaiah’s hands resting against his chest, with the left side of the pic showing a bit of his chin. The picture has now almost 300,000 likes on Instagram.

Isaiah is Carrie Underwood’s first child. Father and Carrie’s husband Mike Fisher is a player for the National Hockey League’s Nashville Predators. He expressed how happy he is over at the official website of the Nashville Predators.

“We are extremely happy to have a healthy baby and are blessed and excited to have this addition to our family,” he said. “Both Carrie and Isaiah are doing well and it is one of the greatest feelings in the world to be a father.”

It should be noted that after the birth of his son, Fisher successfully struck a goal against the Detroit Red Wings.

Make Way For Calia

The announcement of Carrie Underwood’s newborn son coincides with that of the Idol winner kicking off Adidas from the shelves of Dick’s Sporting Goods.

The new sporting gear, designed by Underwood herself, is named Calia by Carrie Underwood and will launch on Thursday to sustain the growing demand for athletic wears exclusive for women.

According to The Wall Street Journal, Ed Stack, Chief Executive of Dick’s, expressed his excitement over the new brand despite sacrificing the lineup of Adidas products.

“This is a category that’s a terrific category right now,” Stack said.

The gulf between Adidas and various competitors has been highlighted by this issue, with rival line Under Armour surpassing Adidas as the second largest market for athletic gear in terms of sales, just under Nike.

When The WSJ reached out to Adidas, the company didn’t immediately respond.