During a Facebook chat last week, Carrie Underwood revealed that when it comes to lullabies, she gets creative, tailoring lyrics to popular melodies so she can sing about what she’s doing. When it comes to reading Isaiah baby books, however, she sticks to the classics.

“There are lots of songs about diaper changing and getting him dressed,” Underwood shares with fans. On Friday, she told Taste of Country Nights radio show that she enjoys reading to her son, and he enjoys hearing from her. Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown, The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein and I Love You Forever by Robert Munsch are her top three choices.

“I’ve decided so many baby books are designed to make moms cry,” Underwood admits, referring specifically to Munsch’s book from 1995. It’s a well-known tearjerker.

Soon Isaiah will have his own song, as well. Underwood says a track about the boys in her life will make her new Storyteller album when it drops on Oct. 23. “(It's) About the things we never really knew that we wanted in life,” she shares. “You don’t realize that there’s something missing until you have it.”

Both Isaiah and husband Mike Fisher fit that role. Are more babies in the couple’s future? During her Facebook chat Underwood indicated she’d love to have at least one more.

Sam Alex is the host of Taste of Country Nights radio, a syndicated night show which airs on more than 60 Townsquare Media Group stations nationwide.

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