Country music superstar Carrie Underwood and her husband, Mike Fisher, just shared their first video of their youngest son, Jacob, on Instagram.

Four months ago, after enduring multiple miscarriages while trying to grow their family, Underwood and Fisher welcomed a second son into the world on January 21.

After the couple shared a few photos of Jacob just moments after he was born, fans haven’t seen much of their youngest son since. That is, until now.

In the video shared by Underwood, Fisher is seen singing to Jacob. Sadly, Jacob doesn’t seem to like his dad’s voice and immediately starts to cry. However, when Underwood started singing the song herself, Jacob immediately calmed down and stared at his mom in awe.

Watch the video for yourself:

Underwood joked:

Everyone’s a critic…

Fans have since watched the video over 2.3 million times and thousands more have commented how funny they thought the video was, including celebrities like Justin Timberlake:

This is the greatest thing I’ve seen all year.

Oh my GOD. I’ve watched this 1000 times.

This is what the Internet was made for.

Fisher, however, took the time to defend himself.

He commented on the video saying it wasn’t his singing that was making Jacob cry:

The real reason is he was hungry and wanted your food. #notmysinging

Underwood and her family have been on tour for many weeks now.

Last months, the 36-year-old mom called herself “lucky” to be able to be on the road with her family.

I’m the luckiest wife/mom in the whole wide world to have my boys in the audience watching me! Love you!!!

And while it may be “brave” to go on tour while caring for a five-month-old, it seems like Underwood and Fisher are keeping their two boys entertained and they are doing just fine on the road.

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