Carrie Underwood’s family just grew by two!
Well, sort of. The country superstar, who lives on a farm outside of Nashville, Tennessee with her husband and two sons, recently welcomed a pair of cows to their homestead. Apparently, all Carrie wanted for Christmas was some new farm animals—and her hubby Mike Fisher definitely delivered!
The former NHL player took to Instagram in early December to let fans know he was attending a cattle auction to pick up his wife’s gift.
“Cattle auction time! Big hat. No cattle…yet,” Mike wrote alongside a selfie. (Side note: He is originally from a big city in Canada, but makes a pretty darn good cowboy! 😂)
In a second post on his Instagram Story, Mike revealed that the auction was a legen-dairy success and showed off his purchases. He shared a video of the two cows exploring their new home along with a special message for Carrie.
“@carrieunderwood wanted cows for Christmas,” he wrote. “Merry Christmas Babe!”
These two new additions join the rest of the Fisher family’s growing farm, which currently includes three dogs, two horses, and a whole lot of chickens. For Carrie, the cows were an udderly perfect present.
“My husband said, ‘What would you like for Christmas’ and I said ‘I would like cows,'” the Oklahoma native said in an interview with Country Now. “I love animals. Cows are probably my favorite animal because I grew up with them and I think they just have such personalities and I just can’t wait to really get to know ours.”
But Carrie isn’t the only one excited about the cows. Her oldest son, Isaiah, couldn’t wait to name their new pets.
“My son named them Brownie and Oreo because one’s brown and one is black and white,” Carrie explained. (Okay, he’s officially the cutest.)
So, what’s next for the Fisher farm? According to Carrie, they’ll probably get donkeys. And, hey, Valentine’s Day is right around the corner…😂
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