Now that new mom Carrie Underwood is back in the spotlight after the birth of her son Isaiah, she is opening up about some of the difficulties she faced surrounding his delivery and reaching out to women who have been through the same thing.

After recently disclosing she had to undergo a C-section, she spoke with WMZQ’s Michael J, sharing some personal feelings about having to undergo the surgical delivery. "I feel like emotionally it was the hardest thing overall. I felt a little bit like I had done something wrong,” she shares. "I had guilt about it going in."

But Underwood then offered some encouraging words to other women who may have felt the same way when they were unable to have a traditional delivery.

"So I definitely think that that’s something that women should know that that’s normal and that, again, you gotta do whatever you gotta do to have your baby safely, and that’s kind of your first hurdle as a mom, and it’s just something you’ve got to learn to be okay with, and you’re not alone,” she adds.

Underwood has had a jam-packed schedule lately, balancing motherhood with her busy career. The artist recently announced she will once again be the voice of NFL’s Sunday Night Football when the program tweeted a photo of her recording the opening. She’s also been keeping up with her fitness wear line, Calia by Carrie, and taking the stage with Brad Paisley to open for none other than the Rolling Stones. She made her post-baby debut at the CMT Music Awards June 10, looking gorgeous and performing her latest single “ Little Toy Guns,” off her greatest hits album as flawlessly as ever. She also took home the belt buckle for Video of the Year that night.

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