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Carrie Underwood’s Son Isaiah, 3, Won’t Change Poop Diapers, But She Remains Optimistic

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Carrie Underwood attends the 2018 CMT Artists of The Year at Schermerhorn Symphony Center on October 17, 2018 in Nashville, Tennessee.Jason Kempin/Getty Images for CMT

Carrie Underwood’s 3-year-old son, Isaiah, will not be reporting for diaper duty when his baby sibling arrives. “I understand,” pregnant Underwood jokes Entertainment Tonight at the 2018 CMT Artists of The Year in Nashville, Tennessee, on Wednesday, October 17. “Maybe I can change his mind!”

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The country singer, 35, revealed she and her husband, Mike Fisher, have a name picked out for their second child — the couple are keeping it themselves — but there is still much to do. “I haven’t bought anything yet,” Underwood said, adding they are in the process of moving out of their Nashville home. “I’ll start buying stuff once we’re there. It’d be pointless to buy it then and move it.” In the meantime, the American Idol alum noted that she still has cribs and other gear left over from Isaiah.

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Underwood, who teased that she’s been “squeezing” herself into dresses, showed off her baby bump in a blue sequin Tadashi Shoji number on Wednesday. Though the Grammy winner has been staying active with her trainer, Erin Opera, her second pregnancy has presented some unpleasant symptoms. “It’s definitely different than the first time,” she shared. “When they say every pregnancy is different, it really is. I feel like this one is just a little harder on my body for some reason.”

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In August, Underwood announced that she and the retired ice hockey player, 38, are expanding their family. After suffering three miscarriages, she waited before making the news public.

“You kind of want to reach a point in your pregnancy where you’re sure everything is going well before you let other people in on it,” she explained to in September. “Stuff like that was important. You just don’t want to jump the gun and then have to take it back.”

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