Carrie Underwood’s Bedtime Routine for Her Son Will Give You Some Inspiration for Tonight

Carrie Underwood’s superhero-themed nighttime routine is so fun, we kind of want her to put us to bed tonight.

August 15, 2017
By: Amanda Mushro

Any parent can tell you, bedtime isn't always an exciting process. From bathtime, reading a few books, and then a couple rounds of hugs and kisses before you cross your fingers and hope your kids head off to dreamland-- sometimes we need a little motivation to make bedtime a little more fun and a little less exhausting for us. Look no further, mom and dad, because Carrie Underwood's superhero-themed nighttime routine is so fun, we kind of want her to put us to bed tonight.

In a series of Instagram posts the Country Superstar and her Hockey Hubby Mike Fisher demonstrated that they can have a little fun before bedtime with their two-year-old son Isaiah. Decked out in masks, capes, and pajamas, she captioned the pictures "Just a typical Thursday night at the Fisher house."

Seriously, how lucky is little Isaiah to have superhero and fun-loving parents? Here's to having more fun while our little ones are still little enough to join in on the silly!

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