Carrie Underwood should start marketing a baby soothing machine because the singer’s voice is apparently the only thing that can calm the cries of her newborn.
Underwood shared the video of her 5-month old son, Jacob trying to be calmed by her husband, Mike Fisher.
Fisher was leaning over his son trying to sing a rendition of Vince Gill’s “I Still Believe in You,” but the baby was not having it.
Luckily, Underwood interrupted her husband and began singing the same song to the baby … and Jacob immediately stopped crying and looked at his mama with loving eyes.
Fisher took another turn at trying to calm his son down by singing the same song, but once again failed miserably.
“Everyone’s a critic…” the singer captioned the video on Instagram.
39-year-old Fisher defended his vocal talents in his wife’s IG feed, writing, “The real reason is he was hungry and wanted your food. #notmysinging.”
Underwood and Fisher, who are also parents to 2-year-old son Isaiah Michael, regularly share their personal lives with fans.
Just recently, “The Champion” singer posted a photo of Isaiah helping her out during a soundcheck for her Cry Pretty 360 Tour.
“Coffee + kid = just another day at the office! I love my job,” she wrote.
Underwood has talked about balancing her flourishing career with being a mom, and revealed that her son has a special creative place to play during each stop on her 55-city tour.
During a recent interview, Underwood told PEOPLE, “We have this area where Isaiah can go and color or there are toys in there or he can read and paint, whatever he’s feeling. He’s a pretty creative kid so we try to give him space to do that.”