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Carrie Underwood Celebrates Her Son's Birthday With A Precious Throwback Pic

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By Clark Sparky

Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher's son, Isaiah, turned five years old this week and the country star can hardly believe it. She shared a throwback photo on Instagram of her son as a newborn alongside a touching caption.

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"He is five today. Where did these last five years go? It’s so bittersweet watching your children grow up. You want them to stay little and chubby and cuddly forever but it’s also so much fun seeing them turn into little people!" she wrote.

"Isaiah, you are funny and smart and such a caring little boy! You already have so much love for God and for all those around you. The day I became your mother was the day my life changed forever. You are five today but you will always be my baby matter how old you get. Thank you for being you."

Fans flocked to the comments to share their thoughts.

"Cherish every moment, because soon you will be dancing with him at his wedding! Just did that and it happened sooo fast!" one said.

"It is very bittersweet but so worth the journey. Happy birthday to your sweet child!" another wrote.

"This made me teary eyed. So happy that you have such a precious little family, @carrieunderwood. Hope your sweet boy had a good birthday," a third added.

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Besides it being her son's birthday, Thursday was also a big day in their household as Underwood was nominated for two Academy of Country Music awards -- Female Artist of the Year and Entertainer of the Year.

“I personally feel like entertainer. It’s everything, right?" Underwood said. "So, I feel like people kind of narrow it down to tours, but I feel like there’s so many more components to it. And, you know, I’m blessed and lucky to be nominated, obviously, and fantastic company. It would be amazing, but of course, I’d be lying if I said I didn’t want it. Sorry boys.”

She also told her record label about attempting to keep her kids humble despite being so famous.

"Everywhere we go, other people give my kid things," Underwood said. "And we don't mind the toys. They obviously have toys. But we'll go into their little play area, and I'm like, 'I didn't buy any of this.' Other people do, and it's hard. This isn't the real world. We recognize that, and we know that we have a lot of work to do to make sure our children are humble and hard workers. And we've got to tell people to stop buying them stuff."

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