Despite giving birth to her second son, Jacob Bryan Fisher, on January 21st, Carrie Underwood kicked off her Cry Pretty Tour 360 just 3 months later. Naturally, the superstar mother and artist is not letting anything slow her down. In fact, the 36-year-old looks forward to spending several months traveling the country on a tour bus alongside her husband Mike Fisher and kids. More on Carrie Underwood's life on tour below!
"I get super excited when we go on tour because I feel like that's my most consistent workouts," Underwood revealed toE! News. "My life is so crazy, but when I'm at home, it's crazy with groceries and cleaning the house and I have to take this dog to the vet and go pick up my kid from here and do this. The road is kind of different in that I don't have a house to clean, I don't have as much laundry to do. It's just a little easier in some parts of my life."
"I get to work out more consistently when I'm on the road, so I'm just so excited to be able to have that," added the singer. "It's an important part of my job. I can't get up there and do what I do how I would like to do it if I'm out of shape."
In addition, the Oklahoma native is excited to make new memories with her children throughout the duration of this tour.
"When I went out our first day of the Storyteller Tour, the day of our first show, my son Isaiah walked for the first time, like took real steps so that's always such a memorable milestone," Carrie Underwood remembered. "Now he's four and we're on the Cry Pretty Tour and I just know we're going to have so many more milestones with him and with Jacob, who is 3 months old. It just makes my heart happy that I have the kind of job where I can bring my children with me and they can be a part of it."
"[Isaiah] might actually get to catch part of the show this time around," she noted. "He was in bed by the time the last one started so maybe he'll get to see a couple songs before bedtime." [He totally did get to see his mom in concert.]
"I think right now though it's kind of a fun time because Isaiah's starting to realize what I do and realize that that's not normal," Underwood said. "He'll hear my songs on the radio or a kid at school says, 'I saw your mom on TV!' He's kind of realizing what I do, which is pretty cool."