Carrie Underwood’s baby can’t “Cry Pretty” if his dad is singing

ABC/Image Group LA Just like practically everyone else on the planet, five-month-old Jacob Fisher loves his mom Carrie Underwood's singing. When it comes to his dad, former hockey star Mike Fisher...not so much.

You can witness it for yourself, in an unforgettable video Carrie posted on Instagram. In the clip, Carrie and Mike serenade Jacob with Vince Gill's classic, "I Still Believe in You." 

Every time Mike sings, Jacob cries uncontrollably. When Carrie takes over, he turns his head and calms. This repeats without fail over the entire course of the forty-five-second video.

"Everyone's a critic..." Carrie captioned the clip.

"The real reason is he was hungry and wanted your food," Mike commented on the post, adding the hashtag #notmysinging. 

Plenty of folks couldn't get enough of the video. 

"This is the greatest thing I've seen all year," Justin Timberlake posted.

"Oh my gosh I'm dying," Kimberly Williams-Paisley added.

Next up for Carrie and the family, she takes her Cry Pretty Tour to the United Kingdom for six dates that start June 28 in Birmingham, England. 

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