Mrs Carter: Trying to fit the idea of children into an already tight schedule is hard enough, try doing it when you’ve got an insane schedule like Carrie does.
Carrie Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher are still floating on a cloud of marital bliss at the moment since exchanging their wedding vows in July of 2010 and with both of their careers taking them on the road all the time, Underwood says that right now is not the time for them to be having a baby. She said;
“Future, future, future Right now, [Mike is] gone all the time, so it just wouldn’t be fair to either one of us as parents — or to our child — if it was like, ‘Well, sorry little baby, you’re not going to see your dad for a few months cause mommy’s got to go on the road and neither one of us are willing to bend on what we do right now.’ We have two doggies, and they keep us quite busy and quite entertained.”
Although everything seems to be rainbows and cotton candy for the couple, there is one thing that has them drawing the line in the sand – closet space. Carrie explains;
“[Mike] is such the perfect mix of like, man’s man — you know, he plays hockey, he’s a tough guy… but he dresses nice and he’s got a lot of shoes, and stuff like that, he’s just the perfect little blend — but that comes with its own set of problems. He’s like, ‘I need more closet space.’ I was like, ‘Where am I going to put all my stuff?!’ Now, he has totally interrupted my girl space with these giant metal racks with all of his coats and stuff on them. All of our guest bedroom closets are full of his stuff. It’s embarrassing. People come over, and they’re like, ‘Um, I hope you don’t mind, I had to move a couple of these things so I could hang some dresses.’ I’m like, ‘I’m sorry. Sorry.’”
If that’s the worst problem these two have, then they really have nothing to worry about.
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