Carrie Underwood posted a sweet questionnaire that her four-year-old son Jacob answered questions to and was filled out for Carrie for Mother’s Day. It was titled “All About Mom,” and Underwood posted it to her Insta stories.

Among the facts Jacob said about his mom was that she cooks noodles the best, her favorite color is teal blue, and she is 20 years old. Carrie wrote over the image of the page, “20 years old, baby! Yeah!.” Underwood is 40 years old.

He also said that his mom loves to eat salad and that she likes to help him with puzzles.

Jacob said on the page that his mom is really good at “having fun, cooking, and finding things.” He also noted that he and his mom like ” painting and playing outside.” And that his mom laughs “when I am silly.”

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Underwood recently enjoyed a fun girls' trip to Destin, Florida, and posted all about it, including getting a tattoo on her arm along with three of her friends.

Carrie posted photos to Instagram of them hanging out on the beach, posing for photos in dresses, and getting inked at a tattoo parlor, “Sisters…not by blood…but sisters nonetheless. God truly showed us great favor by putting us all together. These ladies are strong, kind, and faithful, and I’m so happy I get to do life with them!!! It’s true that you don’t get to choose your family, but if I could, I would choose these exact three women to be my sisters-in-law!”

She added, “From the beach to the tattoo parlor, Destin didn’t know what hit it! I love you, ladies!!! #family #blessed #SistersInLaw.”

Many fans responded to the post, including one who wrote, “Beautiful girls! Memories made!” Another fan commented, “You only need a few!! Good for you!! Come to Fairhope, Al next time… dreamy coastal hippie town.”

See that post here.

Top Five Country Songs About Powerful Women

  • 5 - "Like A Lady" - Lady A - 2021

    It’s a perfect song for a lady making her own rules for going out in town. The song’s chorus includes the lyrics, “‘Cause I feel like a lady / Sippin’ on tequila with my Levi’s on / A lady / Singin’ to the music playin’ all night long / Yeah, I’m feeling right, I’m living my life, I do what I like / ‘Cause I feel like a lady, a lady.”

  • 4 - "Girl" - Maren Morris - 2019

    From the CMA’s Album of the Year (2019) of the same name. The song’s chorus includes the lyrics, “What you feel is natural / But I don’t wanna feel this anymore / Pick yourself up off the kitchen floor / What you waitin’ for? / Girl, won’t you stop your cryin’? / I know that you’re tryin’ / Everything’s gonna be okay / Baby girl, don’t you hang your head low / Don’t you lose your halo / Everyone’s gonna be okay / Baby girl.”

  • 3 - "The Champion" - Carrie Underwood - 2018

    What a powerful song. It was recorded to serve as an opening theme for NBC Sports’ Super Bowl LII television broadcast. It was also used for the 2018 Summer Olympics. Carrie recorded the song with Ludacris. The chorus includes the lyrics, “I am invincible, unbreakable / Unstoppable, unshakeable / They knock me down, I get up again / I am the champion, you’re gon’ know my name / You can’t hurt me now, I can’t feel the pain / I was made for this, yeah, I was born to win / I am the champion.”

  • 2 - "I'm A Survivor" - Reba McEntire - 2001

    Used as the theme song for Reba’s CW sitcom, Reba, this song sings of a woman overcoming odds to make it on her own. The chorus includes the lyrics, “The baby girl without a chance / A victim of circumstance / The one who ought a give up, but she’s just / Too hard-headed! / A single mom who works two jobs / Who loves her kids and never stops / With gentle hands and a heart of a fighter / I’m a survivor.”

  • 1 - "Man! I Feel Like A Woman" - Shania Twain - 1997

    “Let’s Go girls!” This is the ultimate anthem to empower women. The chorus includes the lyrics, “Oh, oh, oh, go totally crazy, forget I’m a lady / Men’s shirts, short skirts / Oh, oh, oh, really go wild, yeah, doin’ it in style / Oh, oh, oh, get in the action, feel the attraction / Color my hair, do what I dare / Oh, oh, oh, I wanna be free, yeah, to feel the way I feel / Man, I feel like a woman (hey!).”