Carrie Underwood has a cutest examination buddies!
The nation song superstar’s 2½-year-old son Isaiah Michael and husband Mike Fisher — who recently announced he was coming out of retirement to re-join National Hockey League group a Nashville Predators — assimilated a 34-year-old for a family-filled examination on Saturday.
“My boys make workouts fun,” she wrote on amicable media alongside snaps from their persperate session, before adding that they also done things “a bit reduction productive.”
“But that’s ok,” she added.
Want all a latest pregnancy and birth announcements, and luminary mom blogs? Click here to get those and some-more in a PEOPLE Babies newsletter.
A post common by Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) on Feb 10, 2018 during 9:56am PST
The “Blown Away” thespian has been gripping out of a open eye given she had a “hard fall” on stairs outward her home in November, that left her pang from several injuries, including a broken wrist and “40 and 50 stitches” to her face.
RELATED VIDEO: Carrie Underwood Works Out with New Gym Buddy: Her Son!
“There is also another partial of a story that we haven’t been prepared to speak about given we have still been vital it and there has been most doubt as to how things will finish up,” she wrote in a note performed by PEOPLE. “It’s crazy how a weird pointless collision can change your life.”
She continued: “In further to violation my wrist, we somehow managed to harm my face as well. I’ll gangling we a hideous details, though when we came out of medicine a night of my fall, a alloy told [Underwood’s husband] Mike that he had put between 40 and 50 stitches in.”
On Jan. 19, a star gave another refurbish on her progress.
A post common by Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) on Jan 19, 2018 during 7:20am PST
“Last check adult on a aged wrist this morning!! Thanks, Dr. Wurthand my PT angel, Renee, a.k.a. “Bulldog” for regulating me up!!!,” she updated fans in an Instagram design only weeks ago, display an X-ray of her wrist with a prosaic steel image and screws that were surgically placed to hold a damaged bone as it heals. “I’m good to go!”