AceShowbiz - Carrie Underwood and husband Mike Fisher are allegedly going to be parents to twin daughters. The happy couple already has their first child together Isaiah Michael, who was born in 2015, and now according to a source, the "American Idol" alum and her athlete husband are beyond happy to expand their family.
"They've been trying for a baby for the past few months," the source told In Touch magazine. "She and Mike are beyond thrilled that their little family is going from three to five in one big jump."
The source also revealed that Carrie and Mike already worked together to find names for their twin daughters. "A front-runner is Rachel," the magazine's insider said. "And they also love Faith as a name, so maybe those will be the two winners!"
The 35-year-old singer reportedly want their twins' room to be filled with classic children's book. "Carrie is a storyteller at heart and she'll want the twins to be real readers, so their room will be stocked with classic kids' books."
Another insider previously told Life & Style magazine that Carrie wanted her son to have a little sister. "Carrie wanted a little sister for Isaiah ever since he was born, so she'd have to be ecstatic with the news of two," the insider said. "There's no doubt that Carrie and Mike would spoil the girls rotten!"
Having twin daughters on board certainly makes Carrie happy after she had a gruesome accident in November 2017. The "Blown Away" songstress suffered broken wrist and needed 40 stitches on her face after the accident. Carrie later explained the whole accident during a radio chat on "The Bobby Bones Show".
"I was taking out the dogs to go pee-pee one last time," she told the announcer. "I didn't let go of the leashes. Priorities! So that's why my left hand's fine. I reached to catch myself and I just missed a step... If I had fallen anywhere else, I would've been perfectly fine."
During the interview, the "Jesus Take the Wheel" singer also revealed that she's worried about her son's reaction to her facial injuries. "I was at a point where I didn't know how things were gonna end up. I didn't know what it was gonna heal like....I was worried (my son) might be scared of me," she shared. "But now if I put makeup on, he's like, 'Mummy, your boo-boo's all gone!' "