• Share
  • Tweet
  • Share
Carrie Underwood, NYFW

Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for NYFW: The Shows

Carrie Underwood's life isn't all glitz and glam.

Sure, the 32-year-old country star gets dolled up for photo shoots and wears fancy dresses on red carpets,  but Isaiah's mama deals with the everyday grind of raising a baby, toolike getting peed on!

Yep, that apparently even happens to Grammy winners, y'all! "Welp, I got peed on this morning," Carrie tweeted Tuesday. "What a way to start the day! #momlife #MomProblems #WhereAreTheDiapers"

This isn't the first time Carrie's dished on the less-than-glam aspects of motherhood. In fact, here are TK other occasions Mike Fisher's wife has gotten really real about mom life.

1. When She Happily Got Covered in Slobber:

Baby kisses are the sweetest thing, but they're also quite sloppy. But as Carrie tells Isaiah in the video above, "I don't mind!"

2. When Her Workout Inevitably Turned into Playtime:

Carrie encourages us all to #StayThePath, but even she finds herself getting a little distracted from fitness sometimes!

3. When She Owned up to Her Dessert Disaster:

"On tomorrow's menu...pumpkin failure a la mode," wrote Carrie, adding the hashtags #thanksgivingfail #sad #nodessert #smokedetector #ineedanewoven

4. When Her Dogs Locked Themselves, the Baby and the Keys Inside the Car:

Woof, for real. Goofs happen (sometimes you really can blame the dog), but Carrie kept her cool when this canine-caused catastrophe went down. Fortunately her brother-in-law was on hand to break into the window and save the day!

5. When She Admitted It's Not Easy Wrapping Things Up With a Bow on Top:

Seriously.

6. When She Copped to a "Lame" Saturday Night:

"The kiddo went to sleep a little early tonight so I decided to do a little something for myself and give myself a mani/pedi!" she wrote, readily admitting, "Yes, this is what I do on a Saturday night! #imlame Not too shabby, if I may say so myself!!! Yes, I know my toes are weird."

7. When She Copped to a Cartoon-Filled Sunday:

Sometimes even Carrie and Isaiah need a break from structure and "Mommy and Me" classes, and what's more fun than chillin' on the couch to watch cartoons with dad?

Keep on keeping it real, Carrie.