Mike Fisher Proudly Shows Off His Priceless Birthday Gift for Carrie Underwood

Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher took to social media to celebrate the singer’s 38th birthday. Keep scrolling to see the hilarious gift her husband got her.

By Mona Thomas Mar 11, 2021 1:26 PMTags
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Carrie Underwood is sharing a positive message for her birthday.

On Wednesday, March 10, the country music star took to Instagram to send a note of love on her special day.

 "I am not 38 years old. I am not 38 years young," she captioned alongside a selfie. "I am 38 years strong. 38 years awesome! 38 years wise. 38 years accomplished. 38 years happy! 38 years amazing!!! I am 38 years blessed...thank you, Lord, for all the trips around the sun!"
Of course, the mother of two didn't spend her day alone. Her husband, Mike Fisher, took to social media to share one hilarious gift he gave Carrie.
In his Instagram Story, the "Jesus, Take the Wheel" singer wore a t-shirt that read, "I Don't Need Google My Husband Knows Everything" along with a pretty skeptical look on her face.
The former hockey player captioned the hilarious photo, "Perfect Birthday Gift No."

Mike also posted a photo to his Instagram feed of his wife of nearly 11 years with a beautiful white cake covered in pink and red edibles hearts. He captioned the snapshot, "Happy birthday @carrieunderwood !! the boys and I love you like crazy!! We are so grateful for you!!"

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The happy couple shares two sons who also celebrated their mommy's birthday with handmade cards.

Carrie posted the green card her 6-year-old Isaiah made, which she captioned, "Isaiah was so excited to give me the card he made." One the inside, he wrote, "I love you mom so so so much" to which Carrie commented, "That's a lot of ‘so's.'"

Their youngest, 2-year-old Jacob, also made a card which was mainly full of scribbles (of love) on red paper with a "Love Jake" in the bottom corner. The happy mom captioned the masterpiece, "Jake made this one (big bro helped)."

Overall, it seemed like a successful day, with Carrie later sharing an aerial photo of her cake—which read, "Happy birthday Mommy"—and captioned, "38 years blessed…"

She then ended her public events by watching the 1996 film Mrs. Winterbourne with her husband, but he couldn't hang as Carrie snapped a sleeping photo of him and captioned, "He went night night…"