Carrie Underwood knows she’s found a good one when the same man who is on the road to winning a Stanley Cup also willingly dances to Mickey Mouse songs with his toddler. The country superstar posted a photo on Wednesday morning (May 24) bragging on husband and Nashville Predators player Mike Fisher, who is shown dancing with their son Isaiah while watching Mickey Mouse Clubhouse.

She explains to all the single women out there that this is the kind of thing you should look for in a man: "someone who makes time to to the ‘hot dog dance’ with your kid right before leaving for work." The adorable photo is a testament to how the couple always puts family first, regardless of their spotlight-centric careers.

Isaiah must really love the show, because she’s posted about the ‘hot dog song’ before, when Isaiah was just a baby, noting how her life had changed since becoming a mom — no more morning news on the TV.

Fisher and Underwood continually show that they are committed to making their marriage work despite their demanding schedules, and that’s what makes them a unique celebrity pairing. In addition to the ‘hot dog dance’ requirement, Underwood says the real secret is simply making sure your priorities are straight.

“It’s all about being supportive of one another,” Underwood previously told Yahoo. “He’s my best friend and we love our family, that’s what it’s all about. We sacrifice for each other and compromise for each other and do our best to spend as much time as we possibly have with each other. It’s about putting your family and relationship first.”

Underwood has been formally taking some time off from performing, but she’s been busy supporting Fisher in his journey through the playoffs, from singing the National Anthem to simply cheering him on from above the ice, as well as showing up at New Kids on the Block concerts.

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