Carrie Underwood chatted with Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush last week on The Today Show and touched on something all parents of school kids deal with: kids and technology.
Carrie admitted that it was a “struggle,” adding that she is hoping to put off getting her kids their own cell phones “as long as possible.” Underwood told the hosts that her kids’s school near Nashville is dealing with many parents having the same issue.
Carrie said, “There’s been a whole grassroots initiative within their school, and a bunch of parents getting together and discussing how we can keep our kids kind of away from technology, especially social media and stuff like that, as long as possible.”
Underwood also chatted about just how normal her life with her husband, Mike Fisher, and her two sons are. She noted that her husband usually takes the kids to school in the morning, and the “second they leave,” she works around the house, vacuuming and cleaning their rooms. She then noted that she cleans her room, works out, and works in her garden.
Carrie said she loves to cook, making bread and goodies for the kids. Underwood revealed it wasn’t a rule to have dinner together every night and that it is “just what we do.” Carrie said she grows a lot of the food they eat and that dinners at home with family are something she wants the boys to remember when they grow up.
Underwood recently announced that she has added 18 new shows to her “Reflection: The Las Vegas Residency” at Resorts World.
Tickets and, limited VIP packages and upgrades to this new set went on sale today (9/18).
Carrie said in a statement about playing Vegas, “I love being on the road and coming to the fans where they live, but it will also be fun to get to do multiple shows in one place where people will be able to come to get that concert experience and have some fun in Las Vegas at the same time.”
The Deluxe Edition of Carrie’s Denim & Rhinestones album will be out on September 22, featuring six new tracks, including her current single, “Out Of That Truck.”