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You can’t be good at everything and that was a lesson that NHL star Mike Fisher learned this weekend. The Canadian hockey player and member of the Nashville Predators tried out his singing skills on his young son Jacob and found that he was not equipped to soothe the crying baby with his vocal performance. Thankfully for Mike and Jacob, they live with Grammy-winner Carrie Underwood.

In a cute Instagram video shared by Underwood, Fisher is shown trying to calm the couple’s six-month old son Jacob with his performance of Vince Gill’s “I Still Believe In You.” But Jacob is not having it, crying louder as Fisher sings, but quickly stops when his American Idol-winning mother steps in to take over vocal duties. Just to be sure that it wasn’t a fluke, Fisher tries belting out another line, causing little Jacob to cry, with mom coming to the rescue once more.

Underwood’s husband of nine years tried to defend himself in the comments, jokingly writing, “The real reason is he was hungry and wanted your food. #notmysinging,” capped off with two tear emojis. Suuuuure, Mike.

 

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Everyone’s a critic…🤷♀️ @mfisher1212 @vincegillofficial 😂

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The video received praise from other singing superstar parents, including Justin Timberlake who wrote, “This is the greatest thing I’ve seen all year.” Country singer Lori McKenna wrote, “Oh my GOD. I’ve watched this 1000 times,” while Nashville actor Kimberly Payne Williams-Paisley commented “Oh my gosh I’m dying,” before adding laughing emojis.

Underwood often shares video and pictures of her two sons, including six-month-old Jacob and four-year-old Isaiah. The country superstar has recently opened up about her struggle to get pregnant a second time, telling People magazine that she suffered through three miscarriages before announcing her pregnancy with Jacob in September 2018.

“I put a lot of stress on myself—I feel like a lot of moms do, a lot of women do,” Underwood told the mag, saying she had to finally let go of her expectations in order to find her happiness. “The best moments in my life are when I say, ‘Hey, I can’t control everything, and that’s okay. God is in control.’”

The singer has already resumed her hectic touring life after giving birth to Jacob only a few months ago, with Fisher and the boys joining mom on tour across North America. It’s a good thing that Underwood’s Cry Pretty Tour is a family affair too, considering Fisher should probably leave the lullabies to mom.

 

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Thank you, Canada! #CryPrettyTour360 🇨🇦

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