Carrie Underwood's son has a plan for his new brother on the road: leave the parents!
In a chat with PEOPLE now along with Brad Paisley before the CMA Awards on Wednesday night (the duo is co-sponsored for the 11th consecutive year), the pregnant country's mega star revealed that her 3-and-a-half-year-old son Isaiah Michael does not understand how the parenting dynamic of the children will be exchanged between her and her husband Mike Fisher when their second child arrives.
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"[Isaiah] he told me recently that when the new baby arrives, dad could have that baby and then he could be mine, "said Underwood, 35, and called his son" my boy ", but admitted that" his world is about to be shaken. "
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"He loves me." He looks at me and talks to me and interacts with me like no one else on this planet, "he adds." He stares at me and I ask myself: "What are you looking at?" And he says: "I love you" . What child does that? "
"He's the sweetest", the singer of "Cry Pretty" praises Isaiah. "He is just my boy, he hugs me and kisses me, so I hope that this next one has something of that personality."
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His dynamic with his son has the American idol The season 4 champion wonders if her baby on the road will be more of Dad's boy or girl.
"Maybe this next one is all about Mike," says Underwood. "Maybe that's how it works, Mike also needs some love, I feel bad for him sometimes."
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