Watch Carrie Underwood Singing With Her Son In The Car [Video]

Country singer Carrie Underwood may have announced that she’s taking a bit of a break from music for a while, but that doesn’t mean you have to completely give up on hearing her sing.

On Feb. 23, the one-time “American Idol” winner posted an adorable video of her soon-to-be 2-year-old-son singing “Jesus Loves Me” with her while riding in the car.

I, for one, am so glad she captured this moment on video because it really is very sweet. This mom and son will be spending quite a bit more time together now that her concert tour has come to an end, so I can’t wait for all of the car sing-alongs to come!

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“I’m nervous because I want whatever I do next to be amazing, so I’m kind of taking a little break right now and being a mom and being a wife and going to see some hockey games to see my husband play,” the singer told People. “I’m kind of waiting for lightning to strike and go: ‘Okay, it’s time to get creative and work on new music!’”

Underwood is married to Mike Fisher, a NHL hockey player, and their son, Isaiah, turns two on Feb. 27. Despite her busy schedule, Underwood seems to be very family-oriented.

Carrie Underwood Mike Fisher photo
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One glimpse at her Instagram and you’ll see Isaiah playing with their dog, Underwood drinking wine while wearing a face mask on the couch and out on the town enjoying date night with her husband.

I imagine that you can expect to see more of the same from the mom and wife while she takes a break to wait for inspiration to strike.

There’s no way that having fun and singing tunes her son won’t inspire her next song, so this definitely won’t be the last you see of Underwood. And maybe her son will turn out to be a singer, too? Although, she seems to think he takes after his father in that respect.

“I’m pretty sure he’s going to play some hockey at some point in his life,” she told People. “He’s about to turn 2 and we’ll see what happens after that! You never know. It’s up to the good lord.”

[h/t: Today]