‘All Is Good’ After Carrie Underwood’s Baby Gets Locked in Car
A desperate Carrie Underwood was forced to take matters into her own hands after her infant son and her animals accidentally got locked in her car Saturday morning (July 11).
It's not clear exactly how it happened, but the country superstar's beloved dogs evidently managed to somehow lock themselves and Underwood's son, Isaiah, in the car. The frustrated mom was able to rescue the precious cargo, as she shared with fans in an exasperated tweet.
"When your dogs manage to lock themselves, all your stuff & the baby in the car & you have to break a window to get in," she writes, adding the hashtag #WhatAreTheChances.
We picture her going all Carrie Underwood on the car with a Louisville Slugger, but apparently, it was her brother-in-law who saved the day. The star wrote later:
Fortunately, it sounds like everything turned out okay for the singer, though she'd better hope it doesn't rain before she has a chance to get her window replaced.
While this event was stressful, Underwood's mostly been taking it somewhat easy since giving birth to Isaiah in February. She recently got back to work, returning to the stage with a triumphant performance at the CMT Awards. Underwood and her husband, Nashville Predator Mike Fisher, celebrated five years of marriage on Friday (July 10).
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